Music Marketing for the DIY Musician

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New Book Out: Music Marketing 

MAKE MUSIC THAT MATTERS AND MUSIC THAT GETS HEARD! Bobby Borg, former major label, Indie, and DIY recording artist turned artist advocate, releases his new book: Music Marketing For The DIY Musician. Borg clearly reinterprets tried-and-tested marketing concepts used by the most innovative companies, and breaks them down into powerful steps that you can immediately use to set your career on the right course. This book will leave you supercharged with new and creative ideas that will ultimately help you to “attract the attention of those that can help you by first helping yourself.” See it here: http://www.bobbyborg.com/store/

 

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New Class Starting: UCLA

Are you looking for a systematic approach to getting to that next level of your career? Do you want to make music that matters, and music that gets heard? Are you confused by all of the fly-by-night companies and tools that flood the marketplace? Then this engaging class of practical ideas is for you!  See more here.

 

 


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