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Marketing Help with Aromatherapy

by fnoadmin, posted 12/13/18 09:55:11

Hate Marketing Your Art? Try Aromatherapy!
by Dr. Thea Fiore-Bloom of The Charmed Studio courtesy of for Artsy-Sharky

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I used to do anything to avoid marketing. It felt sleazy and didn’t really seem to pull in much business anyway. I was about to give up on it when I decided to throw a Hail Mary pass – and be totally honest, humorous and vulnerable.


People responded. I was shocked. I accidentally stumbled onto what I have termed, meaningful marketing.

Meaningful marketing reveals the soul-connected bits of you and your art through story to potential customers. It feels ethical and attracts your ideal audience. Problem is, opening up and being vulnerable is frightening, right?

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Weekly Calls for Artists and Event Updates & Additions

by fnoadmin, posted 12/11/18 11:00:04
Weekly Calls for Artists and Event Updates & Additions
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This is your weekly update of Calls for Artists & recently added, updated or canceled events.

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Events that were recently put on hold for this year:
Home Improvement and Design Expo - Blaine - Blaine, MN - 11 09-11 09 2019
Denver Home Expo - Denver, CO - 04 12-04 14 2019
AMCC Craft Fail - Tucson, AZ - 12 08-12 08 2018


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Weekly Calls for Artists and Event Updates & Additions

by fnoadmin, posted 12/04/18 11:00:04
Weekly Calls for Artists and Event Updates & Additions
Hello FestivalNet member,

This is your weekly update of Calls for Artists & recently added, updated or canceled events.

To View Events in Your State or sort by Date or Deadline, go to:
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To view 69 newly added events, go Here.


To search All events in the FestivalNet database, go Here.



Events that were recently canceled:
Oregon Coast Music Festival - Coos Bay, OR - 07 13-07 27 2019
A Touch of Rust Vintage Market - Spring Event - Decatur, TX - 04 06-04 06 2019
First Spring Bling Girard Women's Shopping Expo - Girard, OH - 03 23-03 23 2019
'Tis the Season to Be Fabulous! - Lawrenceburg, KY - 12 07-12 09 2018
A Touch of Rust Vintage Market - Reindeer Event - Chickasha, OK - 11 03-11 03 2018


Events that were recently put on hold for this year:
Nevada County Airfest Weekend - Grass Valley, CA - 07 05-07 06 2019
Maconaquah Band Boosters Craft Show - Bunker Hill, IN - 12 01-12 01 2018


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7 Music Marketing Truths

by fnoadmin, posted 11/21/18 08:18:25

7 Music Marketing Truths ALL Musicians Should Know
by Shaun Letang for musicthinktank.com

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Marketing, or rather lack of it, is why many musicians don’t get where they could have otherwise been, and why they struggle to make sales, get gigs, and generally move their music career forward in any meaningful way. The good news, however, is if you’re willing to put in the work, it’s possible to learn how to market your music.

But, before learning specific tactics, it’s important you get a good idea of what music marketing is and isn’t.



1. Marketing Your Music Is Necessary, But Doesn’t Have To Be Difficult

The good news is promoting your music doesn’t have to be hard. Pretty much all of it can be learned, and it doesn’t require a degree in science or math to put into place a solid promotion plan for your music career. As long as you’re willing to learn and put the work in where needed, after a while marketing your music should become second nature to you. Who knows, you may even start finding it fun. :)

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