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Changing How Musicians Connect With Bloggers and the Press Release 2.0

Eric Hebert

Founder and Lead Digital Strategist

5 Responses

  1. From one blogger to another, I say you speak the absolute truth. I don’t read 99% of the text of press releases in my inbox. Links are what get my attention. I’m not sure if bands/PR need a separate tool like this to format their releases, but I agree that more savvy and more impact-per-minute are crucial.

  2. philhumphreys says:

    If you ask me, a well edited 3-5 minute video should be all you need.

    you can add your images, music, talking heads (answering your pre-written questions, probably written by your self too!), live footage, the works! you could even do a decent job with windows movie maker, keep it short, sharp and sweet! (or rocking!)

    and you can shove it into a blog in seconds!

    you’ve just gotta be bothered to make it!

    alternatively, animoto something together in a few minutes, text, music and images 🙂

    that’s my 2 cents (or pence where i’m from)

  3. Before advising, this advisor needs advice about basic grammar and proofreading. See “Metallca” subheads above. See also “blogging is more of a hobby ‘then’ anything” and “…that ‘me’ and many other bloggers simply don’t have.”
    –Tim Bradley, Altadena, CA

  4. Eric Hebert says:

    Sorry Tim I’m not a perfect editor, and you only justify my point. Putting together blog posts is time-consuming, editing them as well!