YouTube recently celebrated its 10 year anniversary with this amazing video highlighting the things that make video content great. For the music industry, it has kept fans engaged through content that gives them a sneak peak into the lives of their favorite artists. But what if you are not a superstar? What if you are starting out as a D.I.Y artist that has limited resources? Dartsya Tarkovska says that there are simple things that you can do to produce consistent video content to engage your fans.
Music videos take a lot of time and resources that could be used doing things more fruitful to your goals. Lyric videos give your fans a neat way to share your music with minimal effort of shooting a full music video. Daily or weekly video blogs could give your fans a glimpse of what your life is like on a day to day basis and could result in more people wanting to hear your music. Check out other tips on how to maximize your video strategy by reading Dartsya Tarkovska’s article on MusicThinkTank.com
We all know how popular Youtube is but when it comes to music, there are still lots of musicians who still don’t know how to deal with it. Most of them can’t shoot official videos to each song of the album and post it every week. So… you have nothing to show, right? Well, it’s not true.