Well, it’s all over folks. 2007 was a big deal, at least for this guy. As a matter of fact, before 2007, evolvor.com was just a lonely little marketing blog that didn’t really get any attention.
And all of that changed in just one year – a reminder that, with time and perseverance, things do come together.
I’ve been kinda a slacker in the blogging department over the last month or so – so many crazy things have happened that I haven’t had the time to get any good posts made. One of my resolutions is to ramp up the content, so hold on tight!
With that being said, I’ve taken the time today to look back on my first full year of blogging and pick out some really important posts that provide some really good resources for musicians looking to promote themselves on the web. Hopefully, 2008 will have ten times as many articles here for you to use.
My Top Music Marketing Posts of 2007
How To Sell Your Music On iTunes
Is MySpace All That?
Understanding Intellectual Property
How Should I Distribute My Music On the Web?
Get Your Music Online, Now!
Give Your Music Away For Free ?
Lefsetz On Why You Shouldnâ€™t Sign To A Major Label
Is Snocap Really All That ?
Some Notes On the â€œNewâ€ Music Industry
Pearl Jam Shows Us Posters Done Right
What Is A Copyright?
The Hardest Part Of Marketing Art
Are You a Starving Artist ?
Designing Album Art? Look Into the Past to See Your Future
Creating Your Band’s Logo
Attn: Musicians – The Future of Marketing Music is Here
Know What Your Priorities Are, Kids