Once you’ve completed the basic steps of starting a band, the next step is to promote your band and make it popular enough for people to pay attention and attend concerts. You do this until you get noticed by a label that signs you and promotes your band. Follow the instructions below to design your ad.
The first thing the locals noticed.
This requires you to be seen frequently at both local and regional concerts and present at all performances. People have to get used to your presence and expect good music from you.
Nowadays, you get a lot of advertising through word of mouth and social networking sites like Facebook, my space, twitter, Youtube to MP3, etc. Remember to mention your ID on all CD covers and mention your band everywhere. Preach the word.
You can start a promotional campaign where you can download one of the most popular or latest songs for free. This will get a good response from those interested in your music. If they hear your music and like it, they will probably be more interested in buying your CD. Think of giving away free music as an advertising expense, not a sales opportunity to make money.
Free downloads not only means that people
Who download listen to your music, but also pass it on to others, including their family and friends, who are interested in similar music. You should encourage people to share and comment on your music.
You can also issue CDs for a fee and print all your IDs on each CD label. Encourage them to share the CD or copy the music to another CD and share it with others. This way you can increase the number of listeners.
You should and should put your music on You Tube and remember to post short videos or pictures of the band playing the music and list upcoming events and shows. Remember to promote your social network logo everywhere.
Always check the scene with other bands and competitors.
They may do something new to promote their band where you can take the same idea and improvise, or they may do the same as you. But there are always more ideas to do.
Even if you upload your videos elsewhere, YouTube is where everyone is waiting for them. Many sites make it easy to add videos and handle all the technical stuff behind the scenes, giving you the freedom to get on with your life. This means that with YouTube in mind, it makes sense to make your own videos.
Fortunately, it’s quite simple. One of the reasons why they are so successful is that everything is as simple as possible.
If your file format is not one of the most common
formats automatically supported by YouTube – and their list includes some “common” formats that I’ve never heard of, as well as the expected format 4 and move – because the Help will also convert them from commercial file formats such as -Compose files, MP3 files and other formats. Or you could just use something like VLC, which seems to be able to play and edit anything even remotely resembling a video or audio file.
If YouTube verification fails, your account will almost certainly take 15 minutes. This is pretty long unless you’re uploading something like a whole school activity or a sales webinar. However, verifying your account is a fairly easy process, so you can download videos for longer.