Join Bobby Owsinski for an in-depth discussion in this video Crafting a promotional Tweet that works, part of Twitter for Musicians and Bands.
As with Facebook, it's how you say it as…much as what you say that makes a difference.…Let's talk of a typical post from a hypothetical band called The Unsigned.…This is only a 130 characters long, but it…doesn't tell us anything that we care about hearing.…It's an endorsement for Gatorade perhaps, but…that doesn't help your marketing very much.…How 'bout this one instead?…Here we have a nice, concise 121 characters…that tells us a lot.…We find out that the band, which is The…Unsigned, is rehearsing at a place called The Cave.…
That they're working on new songs for an…upcoming recording, and that their producer is in attendance.…Plus, they included a link that you can use.…See some photos or video.…It's the perfect "Who? What?…When?…And Why?"…post, complete with the link for more information.…Personally I always tweet the title of my latest blog post…along with a short description and a link like this.…This works because of the information that it provides, which…is a promise of more info if you follow the link.…
Want more music marketing tips? Check out Facebook for Musicians and Bands and YouTube for Musicians and Bands.
- Filling out your Twitter profile
- Crafting a promotional tweet
- Using the correct keywords as hashtags
- Sharing photos, songs, and videos
- Scheduling tweets
- Using Chirpify for sales
- Measuring Twitter performance