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Five Unique Ways to Strengthen Your Fan Base

Your fans are everything. Without them, you likely wouldn’t be where you are today! (Or where you are hoping to be.) Fans are a community, and in order to strengthen it, you need to treat it as such. Below are…

Five Tips For Creating a Captivating Newsletter

Tell me if you’ve heard this one before—your social media algorithms are against you and unless you’re paying to boost posts, a lot of your content is getting lost in the mix. Of course you have. For years now we’ve…

How to Get a Music Blog Premiere for Your Next Single

Press coverage is pretty important in the digital age, and it’s all about connections. But where do you start? Sure, you can send out cold e-mails to writers and editors who may never open them, but there are a few tips…

lollop Intergrated!
We’re very happy to announce the integration of lollop to Symphonic Distribution. This helps to continue our focus on establishing partnerships with emerging platforms, allowing you to collect the most from your music! Over the last six years, lollop (formerly DJ…
Music Biz 101: Developing Super Fans with Sneak Attack Media

In our new Music Biz 101 interview series, we’ll be connecting with key industry professionals to get the best tips and knowledge allowing you to grow your brand and learn the in’s and outs from the experts. One of our…

A Publicist’s 12-Week Guide to Running Your Own Album Publicity Campaign

One of the major issues for any DIY band is getting your music heard, am I right? Maybe you feel like all your tweets are going to a black hole with not a like or retweet to be found. Or…

7 Myths Musicians Believe About Publicity

This article originally appeared on PowerPublicity. Publicity is a powerful tool to increase awareness of your music, build your image, and grow your brand. While many emerging artists know they need publicity, they have misconceptions about how publicity works and…

5 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Music PR Firm

“We hired a music pr company to promote our last album and we’re really disappointed in the results.” This is something we hear a lot from our new clients. I get it. Nobody wants to spend a ton of cash…