Thursday, January 17, 2013

The Music 3.0 Guide To Social Media

Music 3.0 Guide To Social Media cover image from Bobby Owsinski's Music 3.0 blog
I've been posting on this blog since November of 2009, which amounts to almost 900 posts. If you've ever tried to do a search here, you know that the Blogger platform isn't the most friendly for finding archive material. That's why after continued requests, I've gone back and collected the best posts and categorized them into an eBook called The Music 3.0 Guide To Social Media: Tips and Tricks For Using Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google+.

This first volume primarily looks at social media concepts for musicians, and examines the various tips and tricks for using Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google+ as a promotional tool.

Among the concepts covered in the book are:
  • the principles of fan communication
  • tips for growing your online audience
  • the best way to measure your social media exposure
  • the best days and time of day to tweet or post on Facebook
  • the secret to increasing your Twitter audience
  • YouTube tips and tricks from the pros
  • the features of Google+ especially for artists
The book also includes a chapter of useful links, an extensive social media glossary, and tips for using social media for promotion. Best of all, it's only $2.99! and available now from Amazon, and Barnes & Nobel, and soon from the iBook store.

This is Volume 1 of the From The Music 3.0 Blog series, with Volume 2 covering music and merchandise sales and touring coming in a month or so.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I did putting it together.


You should follow me on Twitter for daily news and updates on production and the music business.

Check out my Big Picture blog for discussion on common music, engineering and production tips and tricks.

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