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Did you know 94% of all records released today sell less than 1,000 units? In fact, according to Nielsen, 80% sold less than 100 units! Are you amongst the 10 million indie musicians whose last release did not sell 1,000 units? Are you interested in increasing your album sales and building your fan base? You probably do not have millions of dollars to promote your next album. Fortunately, with the help of this book, you don't have to. It breaks down the multiple ways unsigned artists can gain more exposure for their music. With easy to understand steps so can you act as your own music promoter and separate yourself from the millions of other musicians whose music goes unheard. This manual breaks down how you should promote your music online and offline. The author provides some great tips to help you succeed in this new era of music. Top 18 Ways to Promote Your Music in 2015, is a step by step guide to successfully promoting and marketing music for independent musicians. It is an introduction into all the ways indie artists should market and promote their music in the digital age. The book is packed with brilliant ideas and effective music marketing techniques.

Topics Covered Include:

- Top places to market your music
- Marketing Tips for Facebook
- Marketing Tips for Twitter
- List of Music Magazines
- Link to Radio Station listings
- Link to Music Awards listings
- Link to Music Venues, Promoters and Agents listings
- Offline Music Marketing Techniques
- Advice for Indie Musicians

Donavon Parker is a radio promoter, blogger, author and the creative director for New England's Best Artists. His lifelong love of music began as child singing in the church choir, playing the trumpet in the school band and watching his father play the guitar. He absolutely loves business and the transition to the business side of music industry was a perfect fit. Mr. Parker's main goal to help indie musicians understand how the entertainment industry works today.

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