1000 fans is all you need to make a living with your music today. 1000 hardcore fans that will share your music with their own circles, that will come to your shows, stream your songs, purchase your merchandising. Getting those 1000 real fans is easier than you might think
Here’s a quick list of tips to turn your followers into hardcore fans
1- Posting as much content as possible on social media.
Post on a regular basis with a schedule though. 10 posts a day then nothing for 2 weeks won’t do any good. Consistency and regularity are keys. social media push content creators that upload on a consistent schedule. being once a day or once a week, define your attainable goal and stick to it.
2- Respond to EVERY comment you get on your posts.
Comments are the first place where you’ll be able to have conversations with your audience. Engage on other people’s profiles too. If you notice someone liked one of your content, check our their profile, and like/comment. This will create a deeper relationship.
One of the most important aspects of your act is to have a clear positioning among the scene. It will be hard to stand out if you’re just like everyone else. The thing about the things about you that make you special, different, unique, and make sure to highlight those.
4- Email list
It is vital today is to create your own contact database. Social media decide whether your content will be seen or not by your audience. Today, the only way you can be sure everyone will get it is to create your mailing list. Entice people to register to your list by offering material that can’t be found anywhere else, merchandise, pictures, studio tour, anything… We posted an entire post with 10 proven ways to reach more fans, you might want to check it out!
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