Should I first go for the interview or music promotion for my new music?

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Mecha N
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Should I first go for the interview or music promotion for my new music?

Post by Mecha N » April 29th, 2019, 4:15 am

Hey everyone! I've just created my own music and was hoping to promote it. I've found several websites or persons who are promoting it and are also providing copyrights things, but strangely I found someone who was providing me the interview thing as well.

https://www.fiverr.com/chetan2334/inter ... term=70qwe

what should i do? Will these things work for my music to become hit or not?

P.S. - I know this is a silly question, but still as an amateur, I am hoping to promote my music in a minimum budget and can get good response on it. So far, I found the above one relevant. Will be very pleased, if you can suggest me someone else as well.

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Re: Should I first go for the interview or music promotion for my new music?

Post by Alan Green » April 29th, 2019, 6:18 am

Do I read that right? They want you to give them money to interview you? No way.

Spend your money on proper promo when you've got to the point of needing it - Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are free. Use them first. Use them now. Use them lots

Talk to local newspapers, community radio stations, shopping centres, coffee shops. Put your music in front of anyone who'll listen - but don't pay to do so.
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