Claude VonStroke is not just a great American house DJ and producer, he is also skilled when it comes to social media. VonStroke has gained a legion of loyal fans through interesting Instagram pictures and personal updates on Facebook and Twitter. His trick is to be natural yet tactfully divisive, so that specific groups of fans, from recent events or similar lifestyles, respond. [Read more…]
After running into copyright issues on SoundCloud in early June, the DJ sets his sights on a self-produced music sharing platform. [Read more…]
Building their social media profiles, independent DJs need to struggle with the magnetic brands to climb up fans’ newsfeeds. [Read more…]
Throughout March The Martinez Brothers’ Facebook following witnessed a significant increase, leaping from around 122 thousand followers on March 6 to almost 135 thousand on March 27. So what did the boys get so right?
Mano Le Tough managed to generate a lot of interest in his new EP by posting abbreviated snippets of the tracks on his profile
Tale Of Us employs a ‘less is more’ strategy to raise their online profile, always favouring quality over quantity when using social media
When you are working as a DJ a large amount of your time will be spent interacting with various event promoters who are the most likely people to be booking your future events, as well as your actual audience. The best way for you to reach these people is by being present on social media networks, especially Twitter.
Markus Schulz, affectionately known as “Unicorn Slayer” by his fans, was last year named number one DJ in America by DJ Times magazine. In DJ Mag’s Global Top 100 for 2013 he stands at number 21. His popular radio show, Global DJ Broadcast (GDJB), is broadcast live on Thursdays at 2pm EST. So how does he use Twitter in order to gain popularity amongst music fans? Markus runs a very successful Twitter account, and does not simply let someone else do all the work for him.