Music marketing and music business topics and discussions. Featuring The Music Biz Weekly podcast with Michael Brandvold. Discussions for the DIY artist. Topics include music licensing, Facebook marketing, Twitter marketing, email marketing, website development, finding fans online, selling your music, selling merchandise and much, much more.
Ep. 439 The Human Algorithm Vs The Computer Algorithm
This week Christopher Prouty from NineTwice returns to discuss The Human Algorithm Vs The Computer Algorithm. Why you need to optimize your content for humans AND computers. Chris shares tips on how to increase your fan size through organic efforts. For more information http://ninetwice.com MichaelBrandvoldMarketing · 439 The Human Algorithm Vs The Computer Algorithm Our […]
Ep. 438 Soundfly’s New Podcast Themes And Variation
Soundfly has a new podcast. It’s called “Themes and Variation.” The idea to do a podcast was right in front of our noses for years; but the idea of creating a podcast solely based on learning music, as if an audio extension of our courses, just felt kind of dull. Each episode features a single […]
Ep. 437 When Is Something Worth Doing? How to Prioritize Your Tasks
This week we discuss prioritizing your tasks, how to determine when is something worth doing. It’s life-sustaining billable work! It’s signing new business! It’s recorded music! Release it! It’s sharp visual design! Show it! It’s concrete planning or accounting! It’s new self-promotion! It’s a new article for the blog! It’s social or business development! It’s […]
Ep. 436 Our Favorite Productivity Apps that We Recommend You Use Every Day
This week we dig into the toolbox of our favorite productivity apps. Apps we think you should be using. Including: Todoist, Trello, Contacts Journal CRM, Spotify for Artists, Apple Music for Artists, Amazon Music for Artists, Forgotify.com, Airmail, Omnifocus, Canva, Fiverr, Music Tectonics. MichaelBrandvoldMarketing · 436 Our Favorite Productivity Apps that We Recommend You Use […]
Ep. 435 Evan Seinfeld from Biohazard and FutureStream.TV on the Adult and Music Businesses
Evan Seinfeld is the embodiment of Hardcore, not only in his music, but in his lifestyle and philosophy. Evan has conquered the worlds of music, acting , film and television, photography, producing, directing, management, marketing, business development, and of course connecting the dots between them all! With all he has accomplished already under his belt, […]
Ep. 434 How to Develop Diverse Talent and Leadership with Tony Alexander
How to Develop Diverse Talent and Leadership with Tony Alexander This week we are joined by Tony Alexander, Co-Founder, President, and Managing Director of Made in Memphis Entertainment (MIME), a Black-owned full-service music and entertainment company with global reach, but with its heart in the hometown of modern American music. Tony discusses the importance of […]
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Keeping Up with the Times
The music industry is rapidly changing and Music Biz Weekly keeps up with the twists and turns. Michael Brandvold and Jay Gilbert talk with people inside the fast-growing music streaming businesses to help cut through the bluster heard by artists and executives to get at how it all really works. Much thought goes into discussing why certain artists’ royalties are unusually low despite high numbers of streams. Hint: if you’re a signed artist, you might want to read the fine print of what your record label is taking from the streaming royalties!