Do not sit down idle and wait for your music career to take a miracle – you can step up and make it happen. Ask every top musician out there, and they will tell you of the financial challenges they faced when starting up their music career. If you would like to know the best ways you can use to promote your music career, then you have come to the right place.
This guide is a beginner level and explores in ways one can use to start their music career on a meager budget. Here is what you need to do;
Get a Website
First, you need to get your website on a meager budget. The fundamentals of all marketing tools and efforts will start from your site. Your website is your brand name. If you can’t get a website URL that bears your name, then change your name quickly. You want your site name to represent your brand. Having a site acts as a central place where people can access your music, interact with you, read any upcoming news and make bookings.
Again in your website, you should integrate all social media icons so that your fans can get social with you. Social media platforms will be very vital to you when it comes to marketing and promotion. When you combine social media with other marketing tools, it can do wonders. Promote your music all over social media be it Facebook, Twitter, Sound cloud, Instagram among others.
Get Radio Play Promotion
You can aim at getting radio play for additional promotion. At some point, you need to get started working to get your music on the radio. This could be about getting your music played or just getting your music reviewed. In large cities with radio stations that have a huge fan base, it can be a bit hard to get yourself started. However, it never hurts to start from smaller radio stations.
Do Live Performance and Gigs
One thing that musicians do without realizing they are doing the right thing is performing. Every time you take your music to the stage, you open yourself up for marketing. Be careful on the type of image you want to portray yourself to the public. When starting out, always be professional. Use your time on stage to make the audience know your music and any upcoming releases you are about to make. You can work to get fans and a street team that is involved in your promotion.