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Top Tips for Bands on Facebook (Part Two)

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Following on from yesterday’s blog post, here’s more of our Top Tips for Bands on Facebook.

Ask Questions

Connect with your fans by asking for their input. Ask for their thoughts on decisions the band is making to get them involved. If you’re not sure what piece of artwork to use for an album cover, post both photos up on Facebook and ask for your fan’s opinions.

Using Facebook Questions is a great way to engage with your fans and gain a better understanding of what they want. Don’t forget, these are the people who support you each and every day.


Facebook apps are a great way off making your Page stand out. With thousands available for free, there’s no excuse not to have installed at least one. Soundcloud and Bandcamp both offer free apps that are great for showcasing your work, or for those that want to push their band’s marketing even further, apps can also be custom built for you to fit in with your band’s branding.

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August 11, 2011 at 4:38 pm

Reputation Management

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Getting a reputation may sound like something your grandmother might have warned your mother about, but it’s as simple as this:

Your reputation is what people are saying about you.

Ah, but there’s no such thing as bad publicity, you say. Really? Let’s ask Rupert Murdoch.

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August 4, 2011 at 2:46 pm

mflow – (finally) Bringing iTunes and Twitter Together

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We’ve been playing about with mflow for a few months now, but since it’s turned up on Mashable’s radar, we thought it was about time we had a quick look at it.

Broadly speaking, mflow is a music social network with the emphasis on the social. Forget about myspace and Ping, this is not about artists having their own customisable space. This is about discovering music through the recommendations of others. It’s what Spotify still hasn’t got right.

mflow works just like a Twitter feed. You start off by following people (best to start by finding artists/albums you like and following people who have ‘flowed’ that). When they ‘flow’ a track it appears in your inbox and you can listen to the full thing, unrestricted, once. After that it appears as a 30 second preview clip. Follow enough people with music tastes you like and you end up with a customised music recommendation feed.

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January 24, 2011 at 12:16 pm

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