Last week I started writing about organizing a DIY Tour and have answered questions such as what, why, where and when about touring. If you would like to start reading that one, you can check it out here. In this week’s post, I would like to get in the details about the big question: How?
On these next couple of blog posts, I would like to explain you how I organized this tour and what are some things you need to do to organize your tour in the future, whether you are a musician, yoga teacher, an author or someone that needs to interact with their audience by traveling.
Last week I provided an overview about increasing subscribers on YouTube. One of the ways I suggested was positioning yourself as an ‘influencer’. This week I would like to dig deeper into this strategy. First and foremost, what is a YouTube influencer? YouTube influencers are people who have large following due to their video content, […]
One of the most important channels next to typical social media channels for promoting yourself is YouTube. YouTube is interesting for artists, yoga teachers, gym instructors and mere content creators, because it can be both your main content channel and also just a supplementary force for you to manage your online presence.
1. Have an attention grabbing event picture. This is one of the two most important things about creating a first impression of your event. Like any buying choices, most people will make their decision to come to your event in split seconds. This means you need to have high quality picture that summarizes the essence of […]
Last week I wrote about machine learning and what it implies for arts from the 143rd International Audio Engineering Society (AES) Conference at New York.. Another mind opening session was with four famous audio mixing engineers with many GRAMMY awards: George Massenburg (McGill University – Canada), Michelle Desachy (Estudio19 – Mexico), Ronald Prent (Wisseloord Studios – […]