I originally created the checklists as a way to help me stay organized at my artist management internship. It was my first introduction to the Nashville music business and I had no idea what artist management even was when I started - so needless to say, creating checklists were a must for me to stay organized and on track with what needed to get done.
Are you thinking about a new website but have a couple questions or feel totally lost when it comes to website terminology and lingo? Don't worry, that's totally normal! In this post I'm going to answer six common questions people ask before hiring me.
Artists tell me all the time that social media marketing feels like such a burden. I also often hear from artists that they simply have no idea how to grow a following, much less engage with said followers. Sound familiar? Well, you’re not alone!
Today in the Music Biz Besties Facebook group the "Tuesday Ask" prompt was all about touring! The comments and questions were so great that I decided to do a FB Live to share all about tour logistics and to answer some questions from the group.
"Organize" should be my middle name. If you subscribe to my Artist Management Checklists, you know I landed a job because I created an organized workflow that the owner of the company found herself relying on. Before that, my previous boss always admired my color coded to-do lists and agendas. And wayyy before that in second grade, my teacher used to ask me to remind her to do things.
I know starting up a new band or your own business is no joke.
And when you’re doing that you don’t usually have money to hire a web designer. So today I’m going to give you a Website 101 crash course. I’ve been coding and designing websites since 2010, so you could say I’ve got some advice when it comes to websites.
If you've been following along with my blog for awhile, you’ve probably heard me mention my workbook a few times… and that’s why we’re here today! During the writing process I really wanted to talk more about YouTube, but didn’t want to turn it into a chapter book on setting up a YouTube channel. So, the content in this webinar is really an extension of the “Is Your YouTube Channel Good Enough” chapter from my workbook, Market Your Music Online.
While an album announce might sound like no biggie, there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes to make sure the word gets out! This post will show you exactly what I did to prepare each of Sarah Jarosz's online platforms for the announce of her latest album, Undercurrent!
The biggest mistake I see people making with websites, is not having a clear call-to-action. With the average person spending less than two minutes on a site, you can’t expect viewers to navigate exactly how you wish without showing them the way.