Tag Archive | "PodCamp"

Podcamp Nashville for Artists

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

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(Some parts of this post were featured on my 2011 PodCamp related post. They still apply this year) I have a confession to make. I’m actually an artist masquerading as a tech geek. I come at all of this tech, digital marketing, web development & pod/bar-camping from the perspective of an artist, musician, songwriter and [...]

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Comparing Music Marketing Platforms

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

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This past weekend I got to present at PodCamp Nashville. The topic – comparing three different music marketing platforms. Bandcamp, Reverbnation and TopSpin. They’re summarized below. Going by the Twitter stream and this blog post, the biggest take home most of the audience apparently got from my presentation was: 1) “As a musician, your biggest [...]

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Bits & Bytes Vol. I

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

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One of the blog posts here, recently got picked up by HypeBot, a nationally recognized music technology blog. Special thanks to my friend, Paul Schatzkin, for getting them to pay attention. TopSpin is a music marketing platform that will soon be open to all indie musicians.

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An Exquisite Clientele

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

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One of my dear friends & a music management client, Keeley Valentino, conquered the Pacific Northwest and then returned to win folks over at Durango Songwriters Expo in Santa Barbara, CA. Another client, Denitia Odigie, is about to open for Jace Everett in NYC. Jace wrote and performed the theme song, "Bad Things", for the [...]

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A Musician’s Guide To PodCamp Nashville – March 2011

Monday, March 7, 2011

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Sometimes Nashville is a funny city. Entire communities can coexist within it’s boundaries and never cross paths. No matter how much one may need the other. It seems to me the music and technology folks here are pretty well segregated.

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