Building their social media profiles, independent DJs need to struggle with the magnetic brands to climb up fans’ newsfeeds. [Read more…]
There is so much content uploaded to YouTube that simply getting yours amongst it isn’t going to get you any more than a few views. There is a lot of work that needs to be done behind the scenes in order to get your masterpieces the publicity they deserve. The people who want to see your videos need help finding them, and they will reward you for doing so by sharing your content.
Blogs may be more DIY than official online magazines, DJ charts, or radio, but they are no less influential. Blogs are a great jump off point for press campaigns, so developing a direct dialogue with these tastemakers is a vital step to getting the grassroots support that your music deserves.
It may be tempting to delegate the hard work and opt for the professional PR route, but even once you’ve shelled out for the service, there are no guarantees that your music will stand out amongst the rest. There are several things that you can do, however, to make an impression with bloggers and their readers, that won’t cost you a penny.
JustGo Music gets a lot of user feedback, and one of the biggest problems that our users complain about is coming up with good content on a daily basis for their social media channels.
We’ve all been there: you sit down at your computer motivated to smash out Facebook and Twitter, and then discover that you don’t really have anything interesting to say. Oh dear.
JustGo Music has come a long way since its launch. We have listened to the needs of our users, added lots of new features, and have polished up the existing ones. The dashboard is now, we hope, a powerful cockpit for any musician or music brand who wants to steer their career towards a glorious horizon.
To help you get the most out of JustGo Music, we have rounded-up 9 of the most useful features on the dashboard.
A tidy room is, according to parents the world over, really really important. We think that this a potentially devastating assertion for aspiring DJs and musicians. The fact is, there is not enough time in the day to do both properly, so here are 9 reasons why you should focus on building your fanbase online and complete ignore that stinking heap of dirty underwear in the corner of your room.