We asked a panel of flutists to share the tips and techniques they used to make social work for them.
Whether you’re a casual fan or a diehard devotee who lives and breathes music, an artist looking for proven tips to break in and move up, or an industry insider who needs to keep track of what’s hot and what’s not, here are some blogs that our team and our business partners recommend.
Just like anything else about running a small business, you can work hard at marketing it, or you can work smart.
Your Online Reputation is Your Brand—Protect It!
As businesses of all size come to rely more heavily on digital operations, information technology is becoming the backbone of everything from human resources recruiting and retention to marketing and customer service.
The world has emerged from governmental attempts to control the spread of COVID-19, and demand for online everything—from retail shopping to business meetings—remains strong. The events management industry is no exception. More than 70% of event planners say they will offer fully remote or hybrid events.
Guest posting is a great way to build links that drive website visibility, but the gurus of content marketing land have different opinions when asked if the strategy helps with search engine results.
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Determine if a virtual assistant could enhance your digital experience.
The amount of marketing and promotion-related material you encounter daily can easily overwhelm music store owners.
Social media can be a cesspool. This is especially true for musicians.
If you’re like many of the music store owners we speak with every day, you’re probably looking for ways to stay relevant — and become an integral part of your community and customers’ lives.
Is your music store getting the ratings and reviews it deserves? If your answer is NO, it’s probably because you’re not asking for them! Or you’re not requesting them the right way.
Most music stores depend on Google for the success of their operations. If they rank high in local search, they get more traffic to their websites and people visiting their stores. If their rankings fall, so do their site visits, sales, and overall business results.
Getting a local music store to rank high on Google is more challenging than ever. In addition to other local music businesses, you’re competing with chains, online operations, resellers, Amazon, and more.
What do the stores Warby Parker, Apple, Williams-Sonoma, and Nike have in common?
Instagram is usually thought of as the “visual” social media platform. It’s the reason so many music store owners don’t consider using it to promote their businesses.
The music store business has been in flux for a long time now. Some shops are finding new ways to succeed, while others have been stuck in neutral for a long time.
We’ve been working hard the past couple of years to get our projects off the ground – so it gives us immense pleasure to see that all our efforts are being recognized and appreciated.
If you are looking to learn more about the playing characteristics of Buffet-Crampon clarinets, you have come to the right blog post. As I mentioned in Part 1, it is helpful to think of Buffet Crampon clarinets fitting into one of two tracks: Models that are more open (Track 1) and Models that are more compact (Track 2).