Posts Tagged: marketing

Commission All Kinds of Visual Content through Radar


We’ve received great news from one of our Marketplace partners, Radar. In addition to top-quality music videos, you can now request and commission any kind of visual content for your music campaigns: album art, teasers, web designs — you name it. With more info on this update, we have Lizzie Cooley from Radar with the guest blog… Read more »

Now On Instagram Stories: Links, Live, Mentions and Boomerang


You know those features you’ve had on your Snapchat wish list? Well, you must have been good this year, because Instagram Stories just launched them. Users now have the ability to post links, live streams, tags and Boomerangs within Stories. Let’s walk through these new tools and how they’ll benefit you long into 2017. 

YouTube, Google and FameBit: Taking Brand Partnerships to the Next Level


For 9 years, YouTube has assisted creators in generating advertising revenue through its Partner Program. As YouTube has grown over the years, so have the possibilities for brands and creators alike to work together on branded content opportunities like product placements, promotions and sponsorships. In the last year, the top 100 advertisers have increased their spending on YouTube video ads… Read more »

5 Ways to Snapchat in a Snap


With the announcement of Snapchat’s name change to Snap Inc. and the upcoming release of the new Spectacles, we’re counting down 5 of our favorite ways to use Snapchat. What are yours? 1. Track Previews/Announcements Snap is the perfect platform to tease new tracks by using its concept of short disappearing content. Each Snap video lasts a max of… Read more »

Get Your Crossposting Video On (Facebook)


Earlier this month, Facebook announced new crossposting video features for all Pages. How can you utilize this in your marketing campaigns? Let’s say your artist is releasing a video for their new single and they upload it to their Facebook Page. Previously, you as the label would share the artist’s post to promote the video release (or vice versa). You were not… Read more »