DIY Roundup: Tips for Musicians From Around the Web

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How to Grow Your Fan Base with a Blog Blogging is a casual art form. You don’t need perfect prose or grandiose themes to succeed. All you need to do is be yourself; your friends and fans will appreciate it. Blogging is also the best tool for growing an audience online, and it’s actually quite simple to start your own. - Chris Bolton, Host Baby

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Your Social Media Success Toolkit: 10 Must-Have Resources In their quest to provide the very best service to their clients, Eric Harr and his agency has spent countless hours trying and testing every conceivable social media tool and technology. There are the good, the bad, the ugly and, well, the downright heinous! Here are 10 of the most effective (and cost-effective) tools and resources they've discovered.

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Top 3 Ways to Promote Your Music If You Don’t Perform Live The world of viral video and sync licensing knows no prejudice when it comes to your band’s road miles or performance schedule. In fact, if you’re a musician who doesn’t play live (because of stage-fright, family commitments, technological constraints, unreceptive music markets, etc.), you’ll actually have more time to put into some of the other aspects of your music career– aspects that are becoming just as important as your live show. - Chris Robley, The DIY Musician

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