Music Industry Challenge: Doing Some "Real" Marketing For a Change | Evolvor.com

Music Industry Challenge: Doing Some “Real” Marketing For a Change

Eric Hebert

Founder and Lead Digital Strategist

6 Responses

  1. Ka says:

    Great article Evolvor.  Retuned me to what's important and shifting my perspective.  It's about what a person, as a listener/reader/web surfer wants, and that isn't more “follow us on Twitter/like us on fb!” stuff.

  2. Ed from FZ says:

    Thanks for including my blog Eric, you da best!

  3. It is clear to me that whenever someone disagree with you on what you say it challeges your experience. I submitted my comment and you took my email information and never posted, and to think that the people in the column to your right whom you have reached some agreement have validated you somehow. I request that you delete my email information and it not how you acted in the past it's how you responds now. I came to review your program and I have many artist and I assumed that we could have worked something out. But you being bias in response to my comment disqualify the idea. So what.!? Additionally, I want go as far to say that you are a bloodsucker like it was mentioned in the comment. But by your action it is clear that you pick and choose what you want people to see which is a integrity killer. Peace

    Also if I really wanted to find them to tell them not to give there song away I can or I can forward this results to the magazine website that i clicked on to find you. Thank for showing me what you are really made of.

    Diamond D Grier

    P.S. It apparent that based on this response I want have a interest in your program for my artist.

  4. evolvor says:

    If you really wanted to “test my integrity” Diamond D you could have just emailed me, or called me and I would have loved to talk to you.

    Sometimes I get behind on things – especially moderating comments. I wasn't leaving your comment out (and btw leaving a follow-up comment on the WRONG article isn't going to do you any good as far as bringing me down), just behind on approving your comment. SORRY

    You're totally right! I'm just a bloodsucker in it for the money, I'm all about screwing artists over.

    Here's a bit of advice – get over yourself. If you don't like something, then leave it alone and go on with your day.

  5. It is clear to me that whenever someone disagree with you on what you say it challeges your experience. I submitted my comment and you took my email information and never posted, and to think that the people in the column to your right whom you have reached some agreement have validated you somehow. I request that you delete my email information and it not how you acted in the past it's how you responds now. I came to review your program and I have many artist and I assumed that we could have worked something out. But you being bias in response to my comment disqualify the idea. So what.!? Additionally, I want go as far to say that you are a bloodsucker like it was mentioned in the comment. But by your action it is clear that you pick and choose what you want people to see which is a integrity killer. Peace

    Also if I really wanted to find them to tell them not to give there song away I can or I can forward this results to the magazine website that i clicked on to find you. Thank for showing me what you are really made of.

    Diamond D Grier

    P.S. It apparent that based on this response I want have a interest in your program for my artist.

  6. evolvor says:

    If you really wanted to “test my integrity” Diamond D you could have just emailed me, or called me and I would have loved to talk to you.

    Sometimes I get behind on things – especially moderating comments. I wasn't leaving your comment out (and btw leaving a follow-up comment on the WRONG article isn't going to do you any good as far as bringing me down), just behind on approving your comment. SORRY

    You're totally right! I'm just a bloodsucker in it for the money, I'm all about screwing artists over.

    Here's a bit of advice – get over yourself. If you don't like something, then leave it alone and go on with your day.