Talents, label owners/executives and other music top management professionals, if you are interested in knowing how to use social media to market your business, see my interview below with Natalie Cupps, Vice President of Digital Marketing & Sales for LACED Interactive Agency, Los Angeles.
A few things to really note, your social media platforms is not a substitute for having your own website as a musician or music business owner. Anything can happen to these third party sites. Facebook, Twitter etc. can become so 2000 and late the way we saw MySpace lose its stronghold or go out of business. Your intellectual property should not be confined only on these platforms. So, have these social media platforms but focus on driving business and fans back to your own self hosted website.
Also, I am often asked to speak at different events and/conferences. I recently gave a presentation at the California Lawyers for the Arts here in the USA on How to Gain Media Buzz for your music, film, fashion design and other creative arts. If you would like a copy of my powerpoint presentation, email me at (email@example.com) and I’d be glad to share.
Enjoy my interview below with Natalie Cupps.
I am a trial lawyer as well as the founder and principal attorney for UDUAK LAW FIRM. You can follow me on twitter at www.twitter.com/uduaklaw or www.twitter.com/africamusiclaw. I am also the President & CEO of Ladybrille Media Group, Inc. I have over seventeen years combined experience in the fashion and entertainment industries and welcome your basic Music Business Questions. Have a question for me? Send me an email: (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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