3) Engage With Your Fans
For some of us, this is normal, for others, not so much. If you are lucky enough to have fans that interact with you by commenting on posts or sharing your music, you need to publicly communicate with them. A simple reply to acknowledge them goes much further than liking it. Make it a rule to reply to every single comment you receive. If you do not receive a lot of comments, it should be easy for you to reply. Aside from social media, when it comes to seeing fans in the flesh, you need to talk to them any chance you get. This allows other fans witness you interacting with fellow fans and encourages them to do the same. Then you got a crowd and people think your famous. Not really, but still, crowds are cool. The best time to interact with your fans in person is right after you finish a set (perform). I’ve seen artists get off stage and ignore fans and I have seen artists beeline to their fans after a performance. Want to take a guess on who’s numbers are going up? The guy that shows his fans how important they are to his success.