How To Run The Perfect Social Media Campaign For Your Music digital marketing campaign



소셜 미디어에 관해서는 지뢰밭처럼 느껴질 수 있습니다. 해야 하는 것과 하지 말아야 하는 것, 치즈 같은 것, ‘허용되는’ 것, 흥미로운 것… 오늘 저는 잘한다고 생각하는 한 아티스트를 살펴보겠습니다. 소셜 미디어와 관련하여 지금 당장 작업을 시작하기 위해 배우고 얻을 수 있는 것. 오늘의 사례 연구는 아티스트 Yungblud입니다. ——- ⚡ 내 Music Business Academy DkmBA에 참여하세요: (저와 함께 음악을 작업하세요!) 📲 Instagram의 무료 전략 및 팁: @damiankeyes1 📈 다음 음악 릴리스를 위한 무료 21일 계획: 🌎 Work With Me 1 -1: 📚 내 책 받기: 음악 판매 중지: 소셜 미디어에 대한 규칙 위반자 가이드: 📱 소셜 미디어 받기: Instagram: @damiankeyes1 이메일: [email protected] 😊 내 소개: Hey! 저는 Damian Keyes이고 지난 20년 동안 매일 음악가들과 함께 일해 왔습니다. 18살에 메이저 레이블과 계약을 맺었고 23살에 현재 가치가 1억 달러에 달하는 세계 최대 규모의 음악 대학을 설립했습니다. 베이시스트로서 저는 Eric Clapton, Alanis Morrisette, Billy Cobham과 같은 아티스트의 무대에서 연주했습니다. 나는 또한 매니지먼트 회사와 라이브 에이전시를 소유하고 있으며 연간 10,000회 이상의 공연을 하고 있습니다. 재미있는 측면에서, 저는 또한 이전에 두 개의 기네스 세계 기록(BIMM에 있는 동안)을 깼습니다. 하나는 사운드에 사용되는 가장 많은 기타 페달 수에 대한 것이고 다른 하나는 지금까지 만들어진 가장 큰 기타 장비에 대한 것입니다! ——- 디스트리뷰터 추천: ✅ Distrokid 7% 할인 받기 – ✅ Ditto에 가입 – .

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  1. Definitely the content coming from A.C.E on their YouTube and Vlive. Their company even made crack videos of them instead of protecting their image like any company raising Kpop idol groups. Though they didn't ad buy for the content. It was enough to retain the attention of their current fan base and for those who stumbled upon them via algorithm, they ended up falling for them. They made unique videos: arts&crafts videos, cooking videos, ASMR content, gave fans sincere advice, and some other content we usually expect from kpop groups. They've been self producing odd content in the past but went extra during 2020. I wish their team get more skilled at growth hacking though.

  2. I love Yungblud. And I worry about him. You see a very charismatic individual but the look is going more and more extreme and not as punk as it used to be. He’s starting to look tired. I always wonder where he gets his very expensive clothes from these days, how much more makeup he can pile on. His lifestyle has changed. Where is he going? He isn’t what he was at nineteen. His energy and compulsive creativity isn’t translatable to anyone else. His voice is absolutely unique. He’s a real musician and more of a chameleon than you imagine. I bet he’ll direct a good movie. And he’s beautiful to look at. This is not something you can imitate. You can’t make yourself charismatic. But the second in every musician’s life when they sign and don’t have the time to do their own social media or start to take advice from their label I can sense a change. Maybe it’s inevitable. But part of your advice might be that this isn’t likely to be a long term approach. Especially for a man who puts out so much of himself, how can going mainstream do anything but burn him out and corrupt his purely fresh image/being? With Yungblud fans expect to see what’s really going on. But you can’t any longer.

  3. Yungblud is the worst example of what the music industry has become. A asinine, bland and incredulous rich posh kid posting as a working class lad from Doncaster – pretending he cares about his fans mental health whilst in reality he would eat a scab off the floor for 10 minutes of fame. He's a rich kid from a rich family and his grandad was in T-Rex. He's had millions spent on him. Fuck him.

  4. Sleep Token.
    I highly advise everyone to look in to them. Their image, marketing strategies, social media presence and music are all almost unparalleled. I can't speak enough uplifting words about 'em.

  5. ooh can you do more videos analysing different artists strategies like this? I would love to watch a series of these vids!! There's heaps to learn from how other artists do things – something I've been looking at is how artists in the Spanish music world (e.g. Rosalia) really build their image/sound and even have catch phrases and include their names in their songs – wonder what would happen if we transferred this idea to music in English a bit more more.

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