Music Marketing Demystified
- An eagerness to learn what marketing is and how to apply it to your music career
In this free course (with more than 4,000 students!), I give you an overview of the foundational music marketing principles every proactive musician should know. The course features 11 short videos. In them I cover:
- Your #1 Music Marketing Asset
- Internet Strategies and How to Build Your List
- Social Media: How, When and What to Post Online
- How to Get Comfortable with Marketing and Sales
- The First Steps to Online Music Marketing
- How to Deal with Music Marketing Overwhelm
- My Best Advice on Long-Term Music Success
I want to extend a big thanks to Jonathan Sexton and the Artist Growth team in Nashville for editing these video lessons and making them available.
Register for this free course on Udemy and get lifetime access to the lessons. Watch them on your computer, or on your smartphone or tablet using the free Udemy app.
I can't wait to share these Music Marketing 101 principles with you!
Who this course is for:
- Singers, songwriters and musicians
- Anyone wanting to make a difference with their music
- 01:29Welcome to Music Marketing 101
- 00:34How to Navigate a Udemy Course
- 02:41How Bob Became a Music Marketing Pioneer
- 01:51Your #1 Music Marketing Asset
- 01:25How to Get Comfortable with Marketing and Sales
Bob Baker is on a lifelong mission to help musicians, authors and creative entrepreneurs of all kinds use their talents and know-how to make a living and make a difference in the world.
He is the author of the highly acclaimed Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook and several other books, including 55 Ways to Promote & Sell Your Book on the Internet, Unleash the Artist Within, and Branding Yourself Online. He also developed the “Music Marketing 101” course at Berklee Online, the continuing education division of Berklee College of Music.
Bob is an active musician, workshop leader, visual artist, and former music magazine editor who teaches creative people how to get exposure, connect with fans, and increase their incomes through their artistic passions.
He has served several terms as president of the St. Louis Publishers Association, was a regular presenter at IBPA‘s Publishing University, and is an advocate for the self-publishing movement.
He has appeared in the media on NPR’s “Morning Edition” and “Marketplace” and in such publications as Publishers Weekly, The Guardian in the U.K., Electronic Musician, Music Connection, VIBE magazine, Canadian Musician, E! Online, and even The Onion!