Branding Your Movement

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BRANDING YOUR MOVEMENT

Rome wasn’t built in a day. Building a strong and empowering movement will take time and tenacity. You are your best salesman. No one else is going to care about your aspirations and passions more than you. There’s an art to being able to share these feelings and communicate your message to the public. In a time where there is a talent coming from all directions, the competition is extremely fierce. It takes strategic implementations and consistency for one to successfully stand out.

As our technology community continues to create more products that broaden our means of communication, one can also get discovered on numerous platforms. With all of these outlets, a person has so many options to go viral and make an impact. The chance for people to upload media is easier today than ever before. “300 hours of video are uploaded on YouTube every minute,” a statistic found by Fortunelord. That is an enormous amount of content that is being put out there, and so quickly too!

How do you differentiate yourself from the rest of the content creators? Let’s discuss strategies that you can utilize to promote your brand.

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TownWave – 2017 Recap

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2017…

A quick recap on why this year has been nothing but valuable to our company as we continue to grow into a platform that allows artists and musicians to thrive. We started this company with a mission and that was to provide anyone that makes music with the opportunities and platform to succeed.

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Sound Check: Do’s & Dont’s

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The infamous sound check…

Some of us fear them, while some of us heavily rely on them.

Either way, a sound check is needed in order to provide the fans/venue with the best sounding performance possible. If you are scratching your head wondering what a sound check is, I’ll save you a google search with a brief definition below.

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3 Hard Truths About The Music Industry

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Most musicians know one thing more than anything else; how to create music! When we go online seeking help from others, it is easy to be persuaded by the opinions of those who have reached success. Not to disregard their success, but some approaches only work for certain individuals.

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6 Rules of Thumb for Upcoming Artists

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As an artist it’s hard to know what to do with your music. Especially since the internet seems like a content black hole. You put your precious tunes on the interweb and then nothing happens. I’ve been there before. With everything I’ve learned over the years, here’s a quick list of 6 rules of thumb every artist should be aware of to help with that problem.

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