Lately, I've been so focused on rebuilding what was lost that I neglect making my regular updates. I guess that's because I'm not a regular kind of guy, but that's another topic on it's own. For now, I'll rant about how to sell in a short time frame, for a bit. Make the process convenient.
Focus your energy on people who can financially afford to with you now, not later. This means that your workflow and prices should be set. Others should benefit should from use of
I've come to understand the importance of maximizing my level of intensity when building a client base. Building a client base of people to regularly conduct business with is the most important action a person can do. This step is equally important for producers, engineers, labels, artists, song writers, and any other position with the industry because our clients keep us in business for the long haul. Customers vs Clients
It's important to understand the differences between
Qualify Your Customer
Most of us have goals of finding success in the music business, regardless of the enormous number of people who're involved with making music. Part of finding success means being able to generate the money needed to support your basic necessities, while having enough left over to buy some of the stuff you want. Qualifying customers are the acts of asking questions, watching body language, and retaining the information gathered from the two so that you can better
I've been hosting Battle 4 Exposure for months now and have come to the conclusion that hip hop artist and producers are among the laziest people in the industry. It's for this reason that Hip Hop is no longer at the top of the charts.
I love Hip Hop music. As a matter of fact, there's no other form of music that gets me in the mood to make money and work hard. I find the street mentality of a certified hip hop recording artist interesting. However, when it
I can understand how some musicians feel about bloggers who leak music before their release dates. This is because most labels don't currently have a system in place for implementing bloggers with the release of music.
Since I can remember, people have been making money by selling music on to people on tangible surfaces like records, 8-tracks, cassettes, and cd-r in some cases. Now that the cloud is taking over, some record label owners are finding it more and more difficult to remain
Updated 04-02-2012 at 3:21 PM by producerjc