Friday, May 22, 2020

Weekly Digest: May 22, 2020

How to Get to Your 10,000 Hours Faster

One of three new videos this week via Music Entrepreneur HQ. This one is compelling to say the least, explaining steps any young musician (without major attachments) can take to shortcut the 10,000 hours requires to become an “expert” at their craft. Anyone that’s serious about getting to this point fast will benefit from the tips offered here.
Video number two via Music Entrepreneur HQ. This one begins by pointing out how much of a fuss people make out of finding and identifying a niche audience. No need to spend $97 on a course that teaches you how to figure out who to target. Just watch this video and use the tools mentioned to flesh out your audience demographic/psychographic.
Many are wondering what in the world is going on in the world right now. One question that likely comes up for labels and artists is, how is the pandemic affecting music consumption? Check out BMAT’s report to find out now.
Video three via Music Entrepreneur HQ. Some musicians and music entrepreneurs already have a product that sells/offer that converts. But instead of scaling it, they sit and wonder how to reach a broader audience. This video offers numerous helpful and straightforward tips on how to amplify one’s product sales faster.

Episode 191 of The New Music Industry Podcast features SubmitHub and Indie Shuffle founder Jason Grishkoff. Host David Andrew Wiebe nails the questions (the thing he does best) and prompts Grishkoff to dig deep for his answers. It’s a great conversation with both Wiebe and Grishkoff bringing value nukes to the table.ini
The New Music Industry Podcast is awesome and it’s fast nearing 200 episodes. Host David Andrew Wiebe recently started a Patreon account, so listeners can support the ongoing creation of value-adding episodes. We think it’s worth it.
An oldie but a goodie. If you don’t have a cut and paste bio as an artist, then your bio isn’t doing much for you. And, maybe, you hadn’t even considered that your bio could be used as a marketing tool. Find out how to generate more opportunities in your music career with your bio.

Here’s What You Missed from This Week’s Music Career Tips Weekly

A lot of “experts” out there are talking about how to achieve success on social media as a musician right now.

To be honest, I don’t think the issue is that musicians are using the wrong social media channels. For that matter, the messaging musicians are using to promote their music isn’t the problem either.

The real challenge is they don’t know who they’re talking to.
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