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Here's a funding route I love for all sorts of situations: Start small, and go directly to your intended audience. Use a pre-sale campaign with a tilt mechanism (one that requires crossing a certain threshold before anyone is charged - so that you can ensure you will cover your costs and not l...

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A fresh game plan is key. I've been there. Every artist is different. I'd suggest creating categories for the level each artist is at. I look at them as race horses. Each horse daily changes its location around the track- until someone wins at something. Managers have a super hard job of constant...

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When it comes to idea validation, get testing now. Pick a few artists from different forms of entertainment and see if you can start making them streams of revenue with your idea. If you can, great. You now have case studies to work with. You have something robust to pitch. More importantly, you...

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Do you have a community or "tribe" or current followers or listener? Engage with them. Ask. Focus. #deliver - michael vizdos www.michaelvizdos.com

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Both answers so far are good. Especially the info about having great songs. I think it's so competitive out there that my suggestion to you is to focus on developing relationships with artists you believe in. If you write songs with them and they value your writing contribution, you will have a c...

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I would suggest spending some money and cash hanging out at bars where some of these bands perform, Also, try to find a way backstage to talk to the musicians after they perform to do your research. If you're going after well-off musicians, contact their agents or band managers. They are always l...

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Make certain songs or part of songs, interviews, etc available until you get X amount of thumbs up on Youtube or Likes on Facebook. Gate it so they have to bring a crowd to open up the doors to new content.

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Focus on your audience, not on yourself. Focus on the one thing -- not three things, and certainly not fifteen -- that makes your company distinctive from your competition. Think about your brand personality: cute and perky? bold and strong? serious and thoughtful? Now look for vocabulary and c...

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I have a lot of background in live event promotion and also dealing with investors. Really it depends on the type and size of the event you are wanting to promote. Sometimes sponsors are enough to get you going depending on what the target market it is and if the ideal audience for the concert ...

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I don't know any specifics about how these companies do things, but this part of what they do doesn't seem like it'd be especially hard. The various music service APIs provide ways to search their libraries for a string so you could do a reasonable first stab that way. Youtube's API provides th...

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