MySpace Music Promotion Guide Now Available

MySpace is one of the great Internet success stories of the past few years. With more than 120 million registered users and nearly three million music acts setting up free profiles on the site, MySpace.com has become a godsend for countless independent artists, including Relient K, My Chemical Romance, Arctic Monkeys, and Hawthorne Heights.

“In early 2006 I spent a few months researching MySpace and uncovering how the most successful acts use it to reach thousands of fans, make connections, and advance their music careers,” says Baker, who is the author of Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook. What Baker discovered along the way is that most artists misuse the many free features that MySpace offers and simply don’t squeeze the most potential out of them.

“I searched far and wide for useful how-to information on MySpace music marketing…and couldn’t find any. Nothing,” he says. “So I decided to publish something myself.” The result is a 132-page, first-ever, one-of-a-kind book called “MySpace Music Marketing: How to Promote and Sell Your Music on the World’s Biggest Networking Web Site.”

The Book Features:
• How to Set Up a Killer MySpace Profile
• Using MySpace to Turbo-Charge Your Indie Music Career
• Survey of 30 Successful Indie Musicians, Promoters and Managers
• 49 More Places to Network, Attract Fans, Post MP3s and Videos, Create Podcasts, and other advice

The book will set you back $19.95 (plus shipping) or download the ebook for only $17. More information on MySpace Music Marketing: How to Promote and Sell Your Music on the World’s Biggest Networking Web Site. You can also check out Baker’s music sites: Buzz Factor and Music Promotion.

Author: FutureMusic

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