Are You Guilty? 4 Ways Indie Artists Are Killing Social Media

[Editors Note: This post was written by Joshua Smotherman, co-founder of Middle Tennessee Music, and it originally appeared on the Cyber PR blog.]   In an ideal world I would wake up in the morning to a fresh cup of hot coffee. I would enjoy it as I check my e-mail and skim social networks to check up […]

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3 Habits of Artists With a Strong Social Media Following

[Editors Note: This blog was written by W. Tyler Allen and originally appeared on the Sonicbids Blog.]   There are many tactics that go into a solid social media marketing campaign, but tactics are just theories unless they’re put into action, right? Even then, you need to ensure that these tactics become habits so that […]

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December Industry Wrap-Up

By Hugh McIntyre 2016 has finally come to a close (or it will relatively soon, thankfully), but we’re not done just yet. December is always the busiest month for everybody, and the same is doubly true for the music industry. The biggest albums are released, year-end lists begin rolling out, the Grammy nominations are announced, […]

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TuneCore Social: Revisiting Our Interview With I Fight Dragons

With the recent launch of our brand new social media marketing tool, TuneCore Social, we’re re-sharing some of our favorite articles/interviews in which TuneCore Artists and members of the music industry dive into the importance of social, what kind of habits to avoid, and how to make it work for your music career. Remember – if […]

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Announcing the Launch of Our NEW TuneCore Social Platform

Whether you’re an aspiring MC, a country star in the making, or a budding indie rocker, building a fan base that you can engage with is paramount. In 2016, platforms like Twitter and Facebook are no longer the exciting and undetermined tools of the future in regard to how artists and fans connect with each […]

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Should You Post The Same Content On Facebook & Twitter?

[Editors Note: To keep up with our ongoing “Getting Social” series, here’s a great read about the pros and cons of sharing the same content across Twitter and Facebook. It was written by producer/singer/songwriter and music journalist Sam Friedman, and it was originally featured on the Sonicbids Blog.] We’ve all seen it: Twitter feeds with incomplete sentences that […]

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Getting Social Series: Tyler Allen Discusses Social Strategy & Digital Presence

We understand that when you’re writing, rehearsing, recording and eventually distributing new music, social media isn’t always a top priority. However when it comes to building excitement around and promoting that new release, it should be one the first things that comes to mind! Think about it: people who follow you on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, […]

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Getting Social Series: Caitlyn Smith's #ChristmasWithCait Holiday Party Tour

Here at the TuneCore Blog, we’re dedicated to providing helpful advice, industry news, and sharing insight from our hardworking artists at all career levels. Social media strategy is an area of promotion and marketing that our artists have expressed interest in learning more about, which is why we’re introducing our “Getting Social” Series. Several times a […]

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