How to Prosper and Thrive as a DIY Musician
- 2 hours on-demand video
- 1.5 hours on-demand audio
- 2 articles
- 4 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
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- Certificate of Completion
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- How to attract a larger fan base
- Specific tactics and tools to engage with fans and build strong relationships with them
- How to offer your music and merchandise in ways that compel fans to buy now and buy more of your awesome stuff
- A passion for music and a committment to going through the video/audio lessons, capturing your ideas on the worksheets, and most important, applying what you learned to your own life
More than 175 happy students! Why do some musicians sell a lot and get big crowds at their shows, while most do-it-yourself artists (like you perhaps?) struggle to get noticed?
Take this online course and you'll end up with a four-point plan to not only get attention, but to turn that attention into fan support and sales.
In these fast-paced sessions Bob Baker (author of the Guerrilla Music Marketing series of books) reveals dozens of real-life examples and checklists you can put into practice right away to help you connect with fans and earn more money.
Transform your music career with these powerful ideas — many of them inspired by recent interviews Bob did with Karmin, Pomplamoose, David Nevue and Mark Mohr, as well as experts like Tony van Veen, Joe Vitale, Michael Brandvold, and Jason Van Orden.
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- Active part-time or full-time musicians who want to expand their reach, their income, and take their career to the next level
- Do-it-yourself artists who are just starting out or returning to music after being away from it for a while
- Managers, publicists and promoters who want to know how to serve the artists they work with better and help them build longlasting careers
Here's a short video I did for Artist Growth in which I cover the importance of repetition. In this three-and-a-half minute video I cover:
- Advice about how often you should post to Facebook and Twitter
- What to post when you think "I don't have anything to say" (which is a big mistake)
- How to establish yourself as a valuable authority and resource on your genre