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Spruce up your music marketing strategy with these expert tips, tricks, and how-to guides.

How Tolstoys reimagined their album release strategy during the pandemic

Since they couldn't play live last year, this indie band came up with an unconventional release strategy that landed them on the Times Square billboard. Here's how they pulled it off.

How to make money with music

How do musicians make money in 2022? This in-depth guide covers everything you need to know about royalties, revenue streams, and so much more.

The ultimate guide to music marketing

This comprehensive guide covers everything you need to know about music marketing, from strategy to branding to launching a campaign.

Email marketing for musicians: 3 smart ways to grow your list in 2022

Turn your fans into superfans with these email marketing tips, best practices, and Linkfire's email capture feature.

What every indie artist can learn from Tolstoys’s release strategy

We followed dream-pop quintet Tolstoys’s release strategy, and had to share with you what we loved about it—plus a few tips you can apply to your own music release strategy.

What should be in your music release marketing plan?

No matter where you are in your music career, you're going to need a music release marketing plan. Follow these eight steps to cover all your bases.

9 music marketing tools every artist should use

Discover nine of the most powerful music marketing tools that will simplify your music promotion and help you grow in your career.

When and where to share smart links for your music

Smart links are perfect for promoting your music everywhere across the web. From social to email, here’s where to feature your smart links.

Gain exposure with syncs on incredible shows, films, and ads

Try out Syncr Music to get your tracks featured in ads, films, and TV.

The power of text: How to drive real fan engagement

With open rates of over 90%, text messaging is one of the easiest and most effective channels for personalized engagement. Here's why it works so well for artists and their respective brands.