So you’re an independent artist, doing just about everything yourself. Well, here’s a book that can help you with your promotion and marketing. It’s called, “Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook: 201 Self-Promotion Ideas for Songwriters, Musicians and Bands on a Budget.” Its always good to stay on top of marketing news, to learn how to more effectively and efficiently market yourself. This book seeks to help you promote yourself.
The classic guide to independent music promotion — now revised and updated! With this manual, you’ll discover that music marketing doesn’t have to be expensive or flashy to be effective. Whether you’re promoting a fast-growing indie band, record label or solo act from your basement, the “Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook” gives you the tools you need to get the most out of your music career. Within these pages you’ll find: – Dozens of simple, high-impact ways to promote yourself, your band or your new release – Tips on how to double your music sales (in 90 days or less) – 25 ways to finance your next recording project, music video or major equipment purchase – The 29 most important elements in creating sizzling music publicity materials. Don’t create great music in the dark. Get the “Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook” today. It’s already helped thousands of artists get more exposure and generate more gigs and CD sales. Now it’s your turn to soak up these ideas and put them to work for you.
“The most directly applicable, start-tomorrow, creatively inspiring book I’ve ever seen on promoting your music!” –Derek Sivers, president of CD Baby
“After applying many of Bob’s ideas, and without any wholesaling or distribution, I sold more than 20,000 CDs and cassettes of my music over the last five years. Using his suggestions, I increased my fan base by 35% in just one year. Pretty good for a non-performing artist who does all studio work. Bob is the master of music marketing!” –Kris Lee-Scott, Hanai Music
“Bob’s information is by far the most honest and caring presentation I’ve come across in my 20-plus years in the business. Easy to grasp, factual and painfully realistic, you would be foolish to prefer anyone else on this subject.” –ÂRaleigh Pinskey, author of 101 Ways to Promote Yourself