I stumbled upon this article in a local Weekly newspaper this week.
“At least a handful of medical marijuana dispensaries in Tucson realized their Facebook pages had been deleted on Thursday, Feb. 4 by the social media site, according to the Daily Haze.
Facebook claimed they had banned the pages because the company does not allow any material that “condones drug use.”….The move isn’t exclusive to Tucson—there were pages deleted around the country, and dispensary owners seemed to be getting the same justification from Facebook,”
Now, obviously band pages are in a completely different category than marijuana dispensaries.
It raises an interesting question about what could happen if you let other companies decide your fate for you.
Obviously Facebook isn’t going to close down all the music pages, but they have already made it increasingly harder to get noticed by fans. It’s well know that they won’t show your posts to all your fans, even if you know they already want to hear from you!
Luckily, there’s a solution. One which I highly recommend inside Musicpreneurship 101. Instead of relying on social media as the cornerstone to your music marketing, you need to do something else.
You need to engage with your fans on your terms, not on Facebook’s. You also need to have complete control over how you your music get portrayed.
That’s exactly what I’ll be teaching you inside Musicpreneurship 101.
- Simple strategies to create a consistent brand image for your music.
- Easy ways to describe what your music is all about and how to sell it to booking agents to get more gigs
- What you should actually focus on when you’re using social media (and how to use all the work you’ve done on your website to save a lot of time.
- A step by step process to creating a nice looking website, even if you’re not a web designer
- How to promote your music through your simple website without any gimmicks or hijinks
- Email marketing tips to create a direct relationship with your fans without ever having to worry about whether they’re seeing your posts. Trust me, they’re checking their email.
The introductory 50% off discount ends on Sunday so you need to register in advance to get your discount.
If you pre-register you’re actually in a group of pretty lucky people. I’m modeling the materials after what everybody needs help with so if you’re having very specific struggles I should be able to help you by focusing some of the materials towards those specific problems.
Make no mistake, I will be adding more material to this package as time goes on, and every time I do so I will need to raise the price to justify doing so.
Luckily for all you early birds, if you register now you’ll be locked in at this insanely cheap introductory price that comes with free updates every time I update the course.
I don’t want you to pay $199 in the future if I can get you on board now for much less.
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