Posts Tagged: twitter

Share The Love Not The Post


Picture this: You’ve just posted a picture to Instagram with the caption “Thank you all for coming to the show last night. Manhattan, you’re next.” You decide to share this post to your Facebook and Twitter as you usually do. Then you take a minute to look at your Twitter to see the post shows… Read more »

Festivals: Then, Now and Beyond


We’re in the throng of summer festivals, and as I recover from attending Solidays in Paris just recently, I have to reflect on the past 20 years of festivals and how things have changed (I’m not as old as that sounds, really). Here are 5 examples that stood out to me: Big screens: to see the… Read more »

Live Stream Here, Live Stream There, Live Stream Everywhere


Nothing has taken the social media world by storm recently quite like live streaming videos. Tumblr is the most recent platform to jump on the live stream train following other sites like Twitter, YouTube and Facebook’s lead. Social media is all about ‘in the moment’ content and engagement. We look at our newsfeed’s most recent… Read more »

Pre-Plan These 5 Things on Your Band’s Twitter


This article, written by freelance pop music journalist, Hugh McIntyre, originally appeared on Sonicbids. We’re excited to be working with them to exchange industry tips and trends for your business. As I’ve mentioned time and time again, pre-planning your social media posts is one of the best things you can do to make your life… Read more »