Studies clearly show you need follow up with a prospect at least 7 times before they’ll buy from you. If you’re not following up leads multiple times then you’re losing bookings. Thing is, it’s a lot of work and takes time. Here I’ll show a simple but highly effective way to follow up every lead multiple times without even lifting a finger. Find out how (includes step by step video training)…
Being unique and different is critical in a market place that is filled with cover bands and acts that look and sound like their competition. Joe Lee from Party Piano’s made damn sure he didn’t fall into that trap. He cleverly borrowed a unique concept for his band and marketed his way to the success he now achieves. Listen to the podcast to find out how…
Sometimes a band comes a long that makes success look effortless. The Bluejays are one of those bands. BUT don’t think for one minute that the bookings just fall out the sky miraculously. These guys have cleverly used branding, social media, networking and serious organisation to make things happen for them. Check out the podcast to find out how.
The Musicians Union in the UK have a number of initiatives ongoing that are there to help you achieve a fairer deal for your performance. In this podcast we run through all of these in detail as well as covering some key factors involved in how to value yourself as a performer.
With 10 years experience of running a successful cover band you would be excused for thinking that Billy and Andy knew everything there was to know about getting gigs. 2012 saw them rack up 100 bookings then in 2013 it plummeted to half that. Why such a sudden drop? How did they feel about that? What are their plans to bring that number back up to a 100. Listen to podcast to find out what they did next.
Once in a while I meet someone who just gets it. Sera is one of them. In 2013 her band, MIB did 175 bookings and she still finds time to manage multiple other bands and pursue other projects. How? Early on she understood that marketing and selling her band were as important as how good they were. It’s served her well. Listen to the podcast to find out how you can achieve similar success.
James takes his band, Metropolis, seriously. He treats it like a business. In this episode we learn how he got that crucial success mindset, why he concentrates on quality rather than quantity, his approach to networking and how that has landed him more and better clients and how he embraced video and social media to create the bookings breakthrough so many bands would kill for. Listen closely as James shares some killer marketing strategies that you can easily use yourself tomorrow.
How did your gig diary look by the end of 2013? Are you happy with your gig numbers? Do you want more? Most musicians I speak with want more. Here’s a few things to think about if you’re going to put your gig numbers on warp drive in 2014.