After the advent of facebook, were born many social networks, including: Twitter, Pinterest, Linkedin and many more …
In addition, you can now connect all with one another, creating a lot of confusion.
Also trying to decrease the number of social networks, less than 2 or 3 can not do without it, especially for us musicians.
Keep up with the social network one by one, it becomes tiresome and counter-productive.
We need a tool to organize everything.
This tool is called HootSuite and it’s free!

hootsuite-logoIt allows us to manage in a single webpage, up to 5 social networks, which is very useful.
But not over here, there is a function that allows you to schedule the sharing of a particular post whenever you want during the day, so you have time to do something else ….
Fantastic, is not it?

hootsuite-2If you want to try this is the link.
Ah …. you can also manage blogs, groups and facebook pages and post simultaneously on any social network.

For a tutorial check on youtube!!!




i would like speak you about BEAT100.

BEA328124417_640t100 is a social network much like reverbnation but with the difference that it has a video weekly music charts by which you can win up to $ 2000 as first prize.

I was very surprised because the people are very nice and unlike reverbnation or other social networks people participate!

Anyway is simple.
You can subscribe via facebook, you upload your own songs via soundcloud or their own videos via youtube, you have to choose the videos you want in the table, spread the word and wait.
Our video can remain on the charts for three weeks without losing the votes, and that’s great.

I think this one is one of the better social network for musicians that i tried!!!

Go now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂


Need to show off your facebook page or get fans?
Well there is a little secret in recent years that allows you to do it all for free.
Depending on how you will you apply you may be able to obtain from 5000 to 30000 fans and even more.

In present social networks have become very important for a blog or website to get visitors. There are millions of users in the world of social networks. Again this number of users are rising very fast day by day. So these social sites can be a great source of traffic to a blog or website. But it needs lots of likes and shares in facebook, tweets and followers in twitter, likes and subscribers in youtube, shares in linked in, posts in tumblr and many more. Again it not an easy task to have vast number of likes, shares, subscribers, tweets in short time. You will find some merchants who sells these stuffs. But now it is not necessary to invest money in order to get likes, shares, subscribers, tweets as you can get it totally free.

Yes guys! It’s true.

There are many social exchange sites which offer facebook, twitter, youtube, linkedin, tumblr, soundcloud, reverbnation, myspace and other social sites stuffs free of cost.

A list of social exchange sites is given below:

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Daily visitors: 18,500+

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Daily visitors: 18,000+

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My personal trick is: use “addmefast“, download Mozilla firefox and the plugin “iMacros” for mozilla, download the macros for addmefast(you can find them on google looking with a bit of patience), use imacros with addmefast for run the macros.

this macros can you give you the chance to get a lot of free point in automatic only leave it open the browser. 😉


Obviously it is only a matter of image.
In this way, you put the turbo everything you have but then you will be the one to keep the fans glued with your content.

25 social media platforms that work best for musicians

At this point in time, our society must have the “news” the instant it happens. With the evolution of social media, this instant gratification is not only possible but prevalent. There are several forums available to the consumer and the choice is all based on your wants, needs, and who you are trying to reach.

You may be looking to use a particular type of medium to get your story across or perhaps you’d rather not be limited to 140 characters to say what you have to say. The social media phenomenon has had a profound effect on how businesses run. This change is most noticeable in the music industry where the record label role has drastically changed. They are no longer the middle man between the artists and their fans because the creation of music-related social media sites enabled them to communicate directly.

Sites like Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace bring people together, where sites like Spotify, LastFM, and 8 tracks allow you to listen to your favorite band or artist free of charge.

Blog sites are considered to be another form of social media because they offer perspective on what others might be thinking about the topics you are interested in. Technology and social media have also altered they way in which music is created. You can now connect with others online and upload your tracks to a website where other artists can pair them with theirs and “tada,” a song is made. Marketing is another area of focus in music social media, which is why sites like Reverbnation, Fanbridge, and Ourwave are popular.

If you think you have seen it all, think again!

Welcome to the new Myspace.Welcome to the new Myspace.

Connect with people

MySpace – Artists and or bands can link up with people in the industry or with people who love their music. This particular format allows the artist/band to post photos, upload their songs, and keep all who are interested informed about upcoming shows.

Facebook – Whether you are a business, band, or person, Facebook has the formula to get you noticed. Fans can “like” their favorite band or artist, which facilitates communication between the two, whether it’s through messages or wall posts.

Twitter – You have 140 characters to tell the world what you’re about, what is on your mind, or where your next show is going to be.

Tumblr – Express yourself using your words, a picture, a video, or your favorite quote.

Twitmusic – An extension of Twitter specifically geared towards musical acts. – Discovering new music and bringing people together who share an appreciation for this music.

Connect to music

Spotify – Personalize your page, create playlists, and decide whether you want to listen to the playlist you have created or choose from the playlists your friends have created. – Expand your listening horizons when it comes to music. will introduce you to an artist and recommend another five artists in the same group that you might enjoy. You can also review the artist or band via a post or chat.

MOG – Listen to music, organize your music, and discuss how you feel about this music with other fans.

8tracks – 8 tracks dares you to tell us what kind of mood you’re in using only 8 tracks.

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Connect using other mediums

YouTube – Share videos.

SoundCloud – Share sounds.

Instagram – Share pictures.

Find your market

Reverbnation – A place where artists can communicate with other artists, talk with people in the industry, and further their career using the tools provided.

OurStage – Share and promote music while networking with fans, other bands, and people in the industry.

OurWave – Each band and or artist gets their 15 minutes of fame with OurWave, they are able to use this site as a promotion tool by posting their music and announce upcoming shows.

Fanbridge – Mailing list that connects bands with their fans and even offers them deals for being members.

Artists.MTV – Want to know more about a specific artist? MTV has a database full of information, videos and pictures just waiting for you to view.

Eventful – If you have an event, post it here and people will find you.

Create music

Kompoz – Team up with other musicians both on and offline.

Dopetracks – Hip-hop/rap based forum where artists can join forces musically.

Write about it

Hypebot – Instant music “news” at your fingertips.

SoSoActive – What’s hot in the digital age is what SoSo is all about. – All your music blogs in one convenient location.

A New Band A Day – The title says it all.


When we talk about music marketing what we mean?



The getting to know as much as possible from many people as possible!
There are several ways to promote without spending anything:

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and others ..
In this section I will try to make you an overview of everything that the internet makes available!