Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Work with Urban Network Magazine


We are a long standing Entertainment Company who is in the process of re-branding our profile as we build a new and exciting web portal! Our organization is looking for companies and Individuals that want to take advantage of our vast marketing resources. We are in need of writers/bloggers who want to have their content on this new web portal. As an in-kind trade your company or brand will be cross-marketed worldwide through our radio stations, eblast, magazines and social networks. We are in need of content that can be posted on a daily bases to the portal in the following categories:
Breaking Entertainment News                       DJ Features 
Technology News                                        Events
Fashion                                                      Games/Gamers
Politics                                                       Travel and Leisure
Finance                                                      Health
Radio                                                         Artist Features
New Digital Releases                                   Film, TV and DVD Reviews
Gospel News
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Contact : Arthur Mitchell 

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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Indie Music Conference - A&R Live Listening Session

If you are someone you know is seeking for greater opportunities in the
music business this may be of service to you.

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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Music Business - Underground

Do not to get caught in the world of "the underground." Secretly, I think most people want their craft appreciated by the most amount of people possible. After all if you could have a choice of 1,000 people downloading your music and 1,000 people paying to see you perform vs. 1,000,000 people downloading your music and 1,000,000 people seeing you perform while on tour which would you choose? More than likely the latter (1,000,000+).

The goal is to make the best music you can make, have a burning desire, practical written plan and back that plan with daily execution. Brand, market, promote and publicize your craft to your target client (fan/consumer) in an effort to get them to be a part of your movement. Invest the least amount of money without sacrificing quality or integrity and maximize profits without compromising your personal interest or harming others. Find as many ways as possible to make money online and off. "Think globally and act locally" -Chuck D.

You'll learn how to stabilize your own music business even while others are scrambling and trying to figure it out. Truth be told most people don't make the bulk of their money from the music business. It typically comes from other business ventures. The music industry is a sexy business that gives many people the platform to create other situations, but make no mistake about it. The music industry is a business and should be treated as such to ensure long-term success.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Music Business - Why are you in it?


GOJAWAR.COM -I got involved in the music industry (business), because as a teenager when investing my own money into my craft I wanted to know how I could get back the money I invested and possibly make a profit. I remain in the music industry as a way of natural progression within the business. For instance, starting as a writer/artist to music producer, then music showcase and music conference organizer to that of a speaker, newspaper publisher which has brought me to author/book publisher, business consultant/coach and motivational speaker.

I enjoy music and the business behind it. Since, I am believing that great music and recording artist deserves the best chance as any other music for having commercial success I have made it a point to educate and motivate others so that their music may be heard by new and existing fans. This is my way of doing instead of complaining about the state of the industry or that of the mainstream media machine.

The conversation of first week sales/sells is almost a moot point given that most recording artist are independent (outside that of the major music label machine). What does become important for most recording artist and their team is the marketing and promotions of the artists brand and image. If I'm not mistaken KRS-ONE once said "promote your image; don't promote your record, records come and go and get collected." In this point I overstand that if one properly markets and promotes their image or brand then when it's time for a new record, single or song to be release one's core fan base will flock to support it because they for the most part know what their going to get. As a personal testament to this whenever I hear that Sade has a new release I buy it without question, because I've bought into her brand or image. I've yet to be disappointed.

"Do you feel the sales are so important because thats what is constantly placed in the media and in Billboard magazines?"

GOJAWAR.COM - I think sales/sells are important because the music industry is a business and any business to stay afloat must generate enough sales to earn a profit to justify its' existence. Once sales don't meet expectations to cover business operating expenses and the monies invested for a particular project that business can not justify being in business for to long, it will be forced to shut down. This has happened, is happening and will continue to happen it's a natural part of the life cycle -growth, maturity and decline.

Additionally, we would be reminded that first week sales/sells are really only important to a release from a major label recording artist, as independent recording artist don't have the pressure from the food chain of shareholders of major corporations often breathing down their neck (expectations to sale/sell large quantities of music in the first week release). Now that's Industry Pimping!

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