Bite-sized chunks of free music industry advice from Quite Great

Blog by Louise Dodgson under Artist Managers, Media, Selling & Distributing Your Music

Calling all bands & music makers! How does a bit of free music industry advice sound? Well, if you’re looking to promote your band or music in the UK, be sure to check out this series of one-minute music industry video blogs from Quite Great PR. Each weekly episode offers handy hints and shares advice & tips from the industry insider’s point of view, covering great topics such as ‘What is PR?’, ‘Managing Your Money’, ‘Be Memorable’, ‘Local Radio Plugging’, and ‘Creative Thinking & PR Angles’. Check out the video blogs here.

Quite Great have been running successful media campaigns for developing artists for two decades. The Quite Great team offer a simple, cost effective service to promote your music - ideal for bands and labels both in the UK and across the globe. With a schedule of promotion covering online PR, local radio, local print, national radio, TV promotion and national print media, the Quite Great creative team offer a cost effective way for you to promote your music where it needs to be heard most. Plus, you’ll get weekly updates on how successful your campaigns have been and a simple-to-follow plan, just like you are running your own record label. 

The Quite Great video blog is a weekly soundbite of how the music industry actually works – sector by sector. OK, we’re talking one minute bite-size chunks but that’s just enough to get you up to speed when time is tight. When you’re done with one episode, simply move on to the next. It’s as simple as that.

And don’t forget to let Quite Great know more about your music, simply email a link to your music to [email protected], they’re all ears! 



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