We love to provide our clients not only with the tools they need in order to get the most from their music, but also the latest tips on how the industry works.
From marketing to profile updates and more, here are the top October blog posts.
Enjoy and get your learn on!
1.Top Electronic Music Blogs by Ranking: What’s the popularity of your favorite electronic music blogs in the USA and across the world globally? Symphonic Distribution has put together this website chart rankings for electronic music blogs featuring popularity in the USA and globally.
2. How to Get Verified on Social Media: When you’re representing yourself as an artist, you should want to make your brand as authentic as possible to stand out. If you are active on any social media channel, getting your profile verified will benefit you. When your profile is verified, you’ll receive a blue checkmark badge on your profile. A verified profile will help you to become a prominent figure. Here’s a quick guide on how to get verified on social media.
3. Apple Music Best Practices: The highly anticipated iOS 10 was released by Apple in September. With it, came the new version of Apple Music. We have taken the time to go through the sleek new design and come up with a revamped Apple Music Best Practices guide.
4. Hustle to the Top: How to Gain Influence in Your Local Market: This article is written for those who want to become a crucial element of their local music scene. If you want people to know who you are, and talk about you, this is how you go from 0 to 100. It may not be real quick, but it’ll happen. This article is written from the perspective of an electronic music producer/DJ, but the principles apply outside of electronic music, and even out of music in general, because these are interpersonal skills to make you more well-connected, knowledgeable, and influential.
5. The Importance of Having Good Album Artwork: Behind every great album is great artwork. The design of an album’s cover is a crucial aspect of the album itself. Although it might seem that an album is all about the music, the artwork is the face of the album, which means that it’s the thing that gives potential listeners their first impressions. Your album’s first impression is central to its success.