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Friday
Dec172010

50 Most Read Music Think Tank Posts In 2010

Here’s a look at the top Music Think Tank posts in 2010. There’s some invaluable advice being churned out by these great authors. If you have a minute, glance through this great list of insights and marketing advice. This listing is organized by pageviews. Take a look:

  1. How to Write a Music Business Plan
  2. Bob Marley: The Transformative Sound of Selling Out
  3. 15 Critical Marketing Mistakes That All Musicians Need To Avoid
  4. 30 Tips For The Typical Musician 
  5. Why Music Should Never Be Given Away For “Free”  
  6. Template for Writing a Music Business Plan 
  7. Eleven Steps To Fixing The Problem That Occurs When You Work Harder Than Everyone Else In The Band
  8. Dear Musicians - Please Be Brilliant or Get Out of The Way
  9. Well, What Is A Good Digital Music Strategy ? Part 1 - Introduction and Website  
  10. 9 Mistakes To Avoid When Recording Your Own Album

  11. Top 7 Reasons Why Artists Strongly Resist Social Media

  12. In Defense Of 1,000 True Fans - Part II - Matthew Ebel  

  13. The Musician’s Guide to Facebook Fan Pages

  14. Investing in Artists: Consider a Promotionless To Popular Strategy First

  15. For Musicians: 10 Tips For Turning Your Fanbase Into A Tribe

  16. 7 Steps to Reaching Your Music Career Goals in 2010

  17. Merch Table Essentials: 15 Ways For Musicians To Increase Sales, Fans and Efficiency 

  18. The Musician’s Guide To The 360 Record Deal

  19. Why You Should Pay For Music 

  20. A&R Tips: The Art Of The Press Kit

  21. Happy ‘Quit MySpace’ Day

  22. The Five Most Crucial Points For Any New Artist Just Starting Out .

  23. A Sample Music Business Plan

  24. How to REALLY Get Your Music on Blogs: Finding the Best Blogs for Your Music

  25. Finding 5,000 Fans Under Your Nose: A Case for Facebook Ads

  26. Dave Kusek on The Cloud, Topspin, Hype Machine, SoundCloud, and the death of MySpace .

  27. How To Post A Perfect Press Kit On Your Website 

  28. The Real and ONLY Reasons Why Fans File-Share Music  

  29. How Do I Get Booking Agents To Take My Band Seriously 

  30. Eight Recent Social and Technical Phenomena That Are Making Your Music The Only Thing That Matters To Your Success

  31. How to RUIN Your Music Career in 7 Easy Steps 

  32. The 4 Reasons Fans Buy Your Products 

  33. Well, What Is A Good Digital Music Strategy ? Part 2 - Social Networks

  34. Create An Elaborate Plan 

  35. The Musicians Guide To Fan-Funding 

  36. An Argument Against Fan Funding 

  37. Download Music Business Legal Documents For Creating Your Own 360 Deal

  38. The Musician’s Social Media Food Pyramid 

  39. 10 Things Bands Can Do to Book More Live Shows 

  40. The Death of the Bridge  

  41. 20 Non-Traditional Venues That Can Boost Your Fanbase

  42. 10 Ideas For Recording Amazing Guitars 

  43. In Defense Of 1,000 True Fans - Part VII - Ellis Paul - 300 Fans = $100,000 in Contributions The Ultimate Testament to Fan Loyalty

  44. Fan-Funding & Donation Sites: 9 Ways to Raise Money for Your Next Music Project

  45. 10 Free Google Tools to Manage Your Music Career 

  46. I Fight Dragons: 1 Band, 1 Year, & 10,000 New Fans - In Defense of 1,000 True Fans - Part V

  47. Myspace - Now With Glitter 

  48. The Song/Artist Adoption Formula 

  49. 7 Reasons Why Writing Well Will Help Your Music Career

  50. Making It In One Year - Is It Possible?

Reader Comments (2)

this is a very handy list!!! Thanks for posting it!

December 17 | Unregistered CommenterHelen Austin

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December 20 | Unregistered CommenterTeePee

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