Once Mid Way Through This Process, Begin Reaching Out To Management To Continue Building Your Ideal Team!
In general, management won’t be of much use until you have something to manage (surprise-surprise!). However, if you’re midway (or nearly finished) the recording process of another 5 singles, you are gigging regularly, you have plenty of unreleased (and released) photo/video content for marketing and those around you can speak to the potential of the…Read More
As your network grows, your gigs are ticking along and there is some consistent writing happening, you should be aiming to develop the best 10 singles you can. These will then be what you present to producers to choose from when it comes time to developing additional material in greater supply for your growing fan-base.Read More
As you earn from your gigs, aim to always save a portion for future recordings of your content. Whether it’s original songs, photo shoots, video shoots etc, you will always want to be in a position to pay these people so that they keep helping you (favours only go so far!). You are running a…Read More
“The goal is not simply for you to cross the finish line, but to see how many people you can inspire to run with you.” ― Simon Sinek Simon Sinek, best known for one of his viral videos, largely on the psychological effects of social media wrote a fantastic book, published in late 2011 entitled, ‘Start…Read More
Music Licensing, Sync Opportunities, Radio play and Streaming are just a few ways that songs can produce income. An invaluable article on the subject from Kopywriting Kourse is by home-studio, musician/producer Joyce Kettering, who goes into considerable detail, outlining and comparing income streams and tracking the data generated over time https://kopywritingkourse.com/how-to-make-money-with-music-licensing/ Another option is to…Read More