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Dae Bogan Included In Bobby Owsinski’s ‘The Music Business Advice Book: 150 Immediately Useful Tips from the Pros’

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Bobby Owsinski is one of the music industry’s greats. His ability to curate music industry knowledge into easy-to-ready texts across his over 20 books has helped thousands of music creators and music industry professionals in their careers. I’ve had the pleasure of being on Bobby’s podcast, Inner Circle, and participating on several music conference panels with Bobby. He is truly an inspiration. In fact, it was partially my participation in the making of his book “Music 4.0: A Survival Guide for Making Music in the Internet Age” that inspired me to write my first, very short, ebook “The DIY Musician’s Starter Guide To Being Your Own Label & Publisher.”

I am honored, once again, to have been included in Bobby’s latest book, “The Music Business Advice Book: 150 Immediately Useful Tips from the Pros,” available on Amazon.

About the book:

The music business can prove to be a difficult career road when you’re first starting out, but it can be traveled a lot easier with some helpful guidance from a pro who’s willing to share a few hard-earned hints. The Music Advice Book is a compilation of the pearls of experience from 130 top music pros from various segments of the industry who have previously shared their most important tips on Bobby Owsinski’s Inner Circle Podcast over the course of almost 5 years.

These 150 tips cover everything from following your passion, learning to network, and working well with your musical team, to owning your own content and even figuring out how much to charge for your services. Also included are even some useful music production words of wisdom, as well as the indispensable “10 Rules Of Networking.”

The insights in The Music Business Advice Book are essential for those new to the music industry but valuable to seasoned pros as well.

CreativeFuture Releases ‘The DIY Musician’s Starter Guide To Being Your Own Label & Publisher’ Written By Dae Bogan

CreativeFuture Dae Bogan DIY Musician Starter Guide

Over the last 10 years, I’ve had the honor of working with and supporting many DIY musicians in the development, launch and growth of their music careers. As an artist manager, indie label owner, music publisher, music retail executive and music tech entrepreneur I’ve directly contributed to the creation, promotion, release, administration and monetization of hundreds of releases.

It is from these experiences working with DIY musicians (and indies) and through my advanced education having earned a master’s degree in music business that I operate today as an entrepreneur, educator and advocate for DIY musicians.

I try to assist DIY musicians make sense of the music business through articles and insight, workshops, courses, webinars and now a short ebook.

I am excited to present The DIY Musician’s Starter Guide to Being Your Own Label and Publisher

The DIY Musician’s Starter Guide to Being Your Own Label and Publisher was written to (1) help DIY musicians become better advocates for themselves by demystifying some of the confusing concepts behind how the digital music industry operates, (2) to address and offer solutions to many of the challenges that DIY musicians face in their careers, and (3) to educate DIY musicians on the processes with which they must become familiar to increase the possibility of being properly compensated for the
use of their music across the digital music ecosystem.

In this guide, you will learn about the basics of music copyrights and the business implications of the difference between compositions and sound recordings. You will learn what it means to be your own label and publisher and the four different hats you wear in the world of music royalties. You will also gain practical knowledge and steps
for asserting your rights and capturing the royalties that your music earns across the digital music industry.

Get it FREE here.

Dae Bogan Contributes To Bobby Owsinski Music Industry Book Now Published: Music 4.0 A Survival Guide For Making Music In The Internet Age

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I am excited and honored to announce that the music industry book in which I contributed is finally out and available on Amazon. “Music 4.0: A Survival Guide For Making Music In The Internet Age” by Bobby Owsinski is the definitive guide for any independent artists to understand the in’s and out’s of making, promoting, and selling imusic in the Internet era. My contribution is in Chapter 7: Marketing With Social Media. I talk about the Myspace platform and why I think every indie artist needs to incorporate Myspace in their overall digital marketing strategy.

Check out the book for amazing insights into how the music industry has changed with and what you should be doing in Internet age.

Dae Bogan Contributes To Social Media Marketing Chapter Of Esteemed Author Bobby Owsinski New Music Business Book (Available Pre-Order on Amazon)

Music 4.0 - A Survival Guide for Making Music in the Internet Age (Music Pro Guides) by Bobby Owsinski

I had the pleasure of providing insight into social media marketing for music and musicians in Bobby Owsinski’s “Music 4.0: A Survival Guide for Making Music in the Internet Age (Music Pro Guides)” which is available for pre-order on Amazon.com.

About Music 4.0:
Featuring the latest music business and social media concepts as well as brand-new interviews with a variety of the industrys top movers and shakers, Music 3.0: A Survival Guide for Making Music in the Internet Age, Third Edition is a completely updated version of the previous best-selling editions! How has streaming music impacted the artist and the industry? Who are the new industry players? Why do traditional record labels, television, and radio have increasingly less influence in an artists success? How should music be marketed and distributed in this new world? How do you make money when listeners stream your music? Whats the best way to develop your brand? How are Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube best used as marketing tools? What are the new technologies being introduced that will influence how we sell and market our work? All these questions are answered in in this updated version of Music 3.0, along with some new high- and low-tech tips for inexpensive marketing and promotion

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