48 min

Behind-The-Scenes at SMA, Part 1 with Amy Roy (Customer Service Director) - SMS103 The Savvy Musician Show

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If you haven’t already, you get to meet our very own Customer Service Director, Amy Roy. This is a treat not only personally but also professionally. You name it, she’s seen it and is now giving you priceless insight into a musicians journey through SMA and an online music business.
From your first phone call to SMA to years down the road, Amy and C.J. discuss what most musicians wish they had known years ago! Get ahead of the curve with this week’s episode of the Savvy Musician Show.
Key Points From This Episode:
Introduction to our SMA Customer Service Director Amy Roy Jaded musicians not being a good fit for SMA What is seasonal and what is not Be the engagement you want to see Having a clear goal The pros and cons of the course Progressing before establishing your micro-niche Writing copy thats simple and emotionally effective The demand for your music Getting a taste of victory Tweetables:
“Success in the online music business is really about principles.” - @metalmotivation [0:05:58]
“You have to learn how to do things year round. It can still be in seasons, but you can’t just start a course or start building your business but then take six months off because you’re not feeling it.’ - Amy Roy [0:12:20]
“If you want people connecting with you, engaging with you, you better make sure you’re also in there connecting, and engaging, and encouraging.” - Amy Roy [0:22:13]
“I am a perfectionist, which means I’m also a procrastinator because if I can’t do something perfect the first time right away, I don’t do it at all.” - Amy Roy [0:30:24]
“I think another good thing to do when you do come up with something you're just stuck at is at your desk or wherever have a notepad or piece of paper and just write it down. Getting that out of your brain onto paper.’ - Amy Roy [0:33:23]
‘What’s going to sell is you communicating with someone emotionally.” - @metalmotivation [0:35:15]
“Whatever genre you do, I guarantee you someone needs to hear your music right now, and someone needs to hear your thoughts and your heart right now, and it’s your job and your responsibility as a musician to give that to them.” - Amy Roy [0:39:02]
“Selling that first shirt, and getting your website up, or your Shopify store up, or reaching your first 1,000 fans, these are big victories. What we want for you is to get a taste of that. We want you to taste victory.” - @metalmotivation [0:41:42]
Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
The Online Musician 3.0 — https://explodeyourfanbase.com
Book a Call With Us — http://www.CallSMA.com
The Savvy Musician Inner Circle — https://savvymusicianacademy.com/innercircle

If you haven’t already, you get to meet our very own Customer Service Director, Amy Roy. This is a treat not only personally but also professionally. You name it, she’s seen it and is now giving you priceless insight into a musicians journey through SMA and an online music business.
From your first phone call to SMA to years down the road, Amy and C.J. discuss what most musicians wish they had known years ago! Get ahead of the curve with this week’s episode of the Savvy Musician Show.
Key Points From This Episode:
Introduction to our SMA Customer Service Director Amy Roy Jaded musicians not being a good fit for SMA What is seasonal and what is not Be the engagement you want to see Having a clear goal The pros and cons of the course Progressing before establishing your micro-niche Writing copy thats simple and emotionally effective The demand for your music Getting a taste of victory Tweetables:
“Success in the online music business is really about principles.” - @metalmotivation [0:05:58]
“You have to learn how to do things year round. It can still be in seasons, but you can’t just start a course or start building your business but then take six months off because you’re not feeling it.’ - Amy Roy [0:12:20]
“If you want people connecting with you, engaging with you, you better make sure you’re also in there connecting, and engaging, and encouraging.” - Amy Roy [0:22:13]
“I am a perfectionist, which means I’m also a procrastinator because if I can’t do something perfect the first time right away, I don’t do it at all.” - Amy Roy [0:30:24]
“I think another good thing to do when you do come up with something you're just stuck at is at your desk or wherever have a notepad or piece of paper and just write it down. Getting that out of your brain onto paper.’ - Amy Roy [0:33:23]
‘What’s going to sell is you communicating with someone emotionally.” - @metalmotivation [0:35:15]
“Whatever genre you do, I guarantee you someone needs to hear your music right now, and someone needs to hear your thoughts and your heart right now, and it’s your job and your responsibility as a musician to give that to them.” - Amy Roy [0:39:02]
“Selling that first shirt, and getting your website up, or your Shopify store up, or reaching your first 1,000 fans, these are big victories. What we want for you is to get a taste of that. We want you to taste victory.” - @metalmotivation [0:41:42]
Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
The Online Musician 3.0 — https://explodeyourfanbase.com
Book a Call With Us — http://www.CallSMA.com
The Savvy Musician Inner Circle — https://savvymusicianacademy.com/innercircle

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