Most people in the world donâ€™t know what itâ€™s like to put themselves and their ideas out into the world. Thereâ€™s a level of vulnerability involved in releasing your music for others to hear. These are your hopes and dreams, your thoughts and ideas and your creativity all on display. From the indie newcomer to the seasoned singer-songwriter with a dozen albums to their name, we all have moments of doubt in our music journey. Thatâ€™s why weâ€™ve outlined seven ways to feel more confident about your music.
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If your songs do well on Spotify, it means reach and revenue for your music. Sending the right signals to Spotify can lead to huge audience growth driven by personalized playlists like Discover Weekly and Release Radar.But sending the wrong signals to Spotify can ruin your presence on the platform, which means youâ€™ll need to spend more time and effort to build back your standing. There are five major ways artists self-sabotage the work theyâ€™ve done on Spotify. Weâ€™ll outline each of them and offer some tips to build and maintain your presence on Spotify.
Having a plan and using the right tools is essential to building an audience for your music.In the second part of our two-part series Music Marketing 101, youâ€™ll learn how to market your music on streaming platforms, social media and more. Reach your fans where THEY are!