Learn how to effectively promote your music – and actually enjoy doing it – with the How to Promote Indie Music workbook package.
It’s a paradigm shift away from lame tactics toward a community built around meaningful artistry.
The book lays out the framework of indie music promotion and a path toward effectively releasing music. The workbook includes all of the exercises and documents discussed in the book, packaged in cool (and printable) .pdf form so that you can put them into action.
Yeah, you do it. But too often it feels like a collection of used-car sales tactics, and on top of that, it usually doesn’t work.
It shouldn’t be that way.
I started Two Story Melody five years ago. Today, I get more than 300 submissions a week from artists asking for coverage. The vast majority end up being shouts into the black hole of my email inbox.
I hate it.
I hate that so much of indie promo is focused on the wrong things – vanity metrics and same-as-everyone-else social stuff and pushy release tactics that don’t really work.
Because I know how much artists care about the music they make.
What if promotion led to real results – and, even better, a community built around your artistry? What if it was effective and meaningful?
In this book, I’ve packaged years of experience running Two Story Melody (a top-ranked music blog) and Two Story Media (a music PR firm) to lay out a roadmap to better indie music promotion – promotion that doesn’t suck.
The book introduces a perspective and a toolbox of tactics that will help you to market your music more effectively, and, ultimately, help you to build a community that matters.
It’s possible. And if you know the keys to community, you can make it happen.
What the book is not:
What the book is:
What you’ll learn:
Plus some mediocre jokes. And also a lot more.
The bottom line is that, if you want to make a living making music for a community that cares about your art, this book will give you a path to get there.
When you get the bundle, you’ll get access to How to Promote Indie Music in all the top ebook formats – EPUB, Kindle, Apple, Nook, .pdf, etc.
How to Promote Indie Music presents a framework for building a community around your artistry – and to get there, it discusses a bunch of documents. This workbook includes the real-life versions of those documents. It’s a hip, well-designed .pdf that’s meant to be printable so that you can start putting the tactics to use.
What the workbook includes:
Each contains directions, examples, and templates to help you document your community and plan your promo.
Hey. I’m the founder of Two Story Melody (a music blog) and Two Story Media (a music PR firm).
Here are two truths and a lie about me: I love understanding how songs are made. I once attempted to swim across the Pacific Ocean, but only made it to Hawaii. I was the stunt double for Sandra Bullock in the films Gravity and The Blindside.
Want a sneak peek? Download the first chapter here. It’s called “The Problem”, and it’s an honest look at the difficulty involved in successful promo. Promo can kind of suck, but understanding why it sucks is the first step toward making it not suck.
Check it out in .pdf form.
We’re working on a course to help artists promote music and build community that’ll be out in 2021. Sign up here to get a discount code for half-off when it launches, plus sneak peeks at material before it’s live.