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How to get Free Music Promotion

One of the biggest struggles for up and coming artists is getting exposure for their music. Below is a list of the best ways to get free music exposure online as well as free advertising for live gigs and other performances.Best Free Music Promotion | Atlanta


5 Ways to Promote Your Music For Free

1. Host A Virtual Performance: is a valuable music marketing tool that allows artists to complete a live performance online for their fans. Musicians can easily perform for a few hours online while simultaneously raising some money for it. 

2. Advertise Your Up-Coming Gigs:

The Bands In Town app is precious to increase awareness for an artist's upcoming performance. Adding this to a Facebook page, or other social media website will allow fans to have a continually updated itinerary of when and where a band or artist is performing.

3. Create an App

Creating an app sounds scary to those who are not technologically advanced, but BandApp is a platform artist can use to create a free mobile app easily just for their band! Creating a completely personalized app can make artists look more professional, and will allow their fans to show their support by downloading! 

4. Upload Music to Soundcloud

Almost every person in the music industry has heard of Soundcloud, a free music sharing website that allows fans and other artists to listen, like, and leave comments on your tracks. Soundcloud is a great place for bands and artists to have their music discovered or even critiqued by professionals. 

5. Music Blogs

There are two ways artists and bands can use famous music blogs to their advantage. Artists can begin to blog heavily about important things being discussed in the music industry currently, while simultaneously promoting their music. Remember, do not always make the blog self-centered, but discuss relevant and important issues. Many people still read music blogs and even have their music discovered solely because of their online blogging.

Another way is to befriend a famous music blogger and see if you can write a guest post on their already outstanding blog, or see if they would write a blog on a new up-and-coming band or artist like yourself. This approach may be more difficult, but if they agree, these bloggers have a large audience that still base their listening choices off of these suggestions. 

If you are interested in pursuing a music career Atlanta's Institute of Music and Media can get you where you want to be. Call us today at 800-886-6874, or click on the link below for more information!

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