Incredibly easy to get a new site up and running with their one-click automatic installations.
Getting your music placed with a solid publisher or library is a great first step and getting your first placement or two is an even greater step forward. But your work doesn’t stop there. In a way, this is just the beginning.
Just started a Patreon Page for Cage Cafe Music. I will be documenting the progress in a video series.
Getting technical support from YouTube can be difficult, the good news is, there’s a way to contact them directly and get priority email support. On the down side, Your YouTube channel has to have 15,000 hours of watch time or more within the last 90 days.
There are many a frustrated musicians out there who feel that no one is buying music anymore. That success as an independent artist is nearly impossible.
If you’ve been around since the heyday of Myspace then you no doubt remember what it felt like when the bottom dropped out and all those “friends” were suddenly worthless. Is the same thing about to happen to your Facebook page? Has it already?