Right now, we are no longer responsible for promoting our music in the same way as it was ten years ago. With the advent of social networks and the use of technological tools, musicians, music groups and artists are turning more and more to the Internet to broadcast their works and their brand. It is no longer obligatory to go through the press release, television, or national radio stations to achieve a certain degree of success. Thousands of independent artists come to live their passion and grow their community of fans, for free or almost, using the tools at their disposal entirely. And for a good reason, it would be stupid to deprive oneself of the Web, as it is simple to use and that the potential is unlimited. In this article, you will discover eight ways to promote your music and...
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