The latest tips and strategies for smarter music marketing
Link in bio—what is it and what does it mean?
A good social media bio can grab people’s attention. Add a link in bio, and you can turn that attention into meaningful engagement.
12 ways to bring your old songs to new audiences
If you’re planning to put out new music anytime in the next year, now is the perfect time for a back catalog campaign. Here's how to give your old songs new life.
September Roundup
Here's a quick recap of what the Linkfire team has been up to—including a feature update that will make your work in-app easier.
Top music marketing takeaways from Sandbox Summit Global 2020
Our favorite takeaways from Sanbox Summit 2020. The conference explored the impacts of COVID-19, the future of streaming, the evolution of platforms, and tons of expert
Where to feature smart links
Smart links are perfect for promoting your music everywhere across the web. From social to email, here’s where to feature smart link.
August Roundup
Your monthly Linkfire roundup—keeping you up to speed with feature updates and news.
How to market your music independently
For independent artists, creating fantastic music comes as second nature. But promoting it is another matter. Here’s our guide to how to market your music independently.
July Roundup
Your monthly recap of Linkfire’s latest news and updates. July’s highlights included a new integration with TikTok, and blog posts with tips for using pre-save and bio
5 bio links we love
Want a bio link that gets fans clicking through? Look no further! We’ve collected some great example to inspire you, from the worlds of music, business, and sport.
Pre-save campaigns explained
You can remind someone a hundred times that your track is out next week, but it doesn’t mean they’ll listen to it. With pre-saves, fans are taking that extra step, committing to adding your music to their collection. Learn all about pre-saves.
June Roundup
Your monthly recap of Linkfire’s latest news and updates. We’ve been busy in June, with the launch of two streaming partnerships, a brand new link type, and Black Lives