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

Discussion in 'Musicians Discussion' started by MechaN, May 1, 2019.

  1. MechaN

    MechaN New Metal Member

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    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/theguitaastudio/publish-your-news-on-music-website

    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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    Bloopy Active Member

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    Forget the 'news on music website' thing as it's not much better than a scam. The Guitaa.com website doesn't even show up properly in Google. You'd be much better off posting news on a free blog on blogspot.com which will show up well in Google since they own Blogger. A paid interview would be ok for your existing fans to read if you link them to it, but unlikely to gain you any new ones.

    Think of a few lesser-known bands/artists who are similar to your music, and try contacting websites who wrote about them. Some will expect to be sent a press kit.
     

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