The biggest mistakes artists make on Soundcloud

Budi VoogtMusic Marketing, SoundCloud / YouTube / Spotify2 Comments

This article was first published by my friends over at DigitalMusicNews. Find it here. Every current day musician is using Soundcloud. If not, then you’re definitely missing out. The platform is a great way to foster a community, to get feedback on your tracks and to interact and showcase with people that are into the style that you are. It’s straightforward, essentially free and can’t be missed in the repertoire … Read More

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How to start a DJ podcast show (and get it on iTunes)

Budi VoogtCreativity, Entrepreneurship, Life, Productivity, Social Media0 Comments

If you’re looking for a way to expand your audience, to showcase and practice your mixing skills and could use a good reason to connect with other musicians, starting a DJ podcast show can be a great move. In this article, I will teach you how to do this properly, from start to finish, and also teach you how to best present your show on outlets such as YouTube, Soundcloud … Read More

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The Soundcloud Bible is out now

Budi VoogtBlogs, Music Marketing, Social Media, SoundCloud / YouTube / Spotify0 Comments

The past few days have been hectic for me, to say the least. I have been putting in the final details for my book, The Soundcloud Bible, and that meant getting my perfectionist game on. Luckily, with the help of my great team, it all came together nicely. With a huge smile on my face, I happily announce that The Soundcloud Bible, is live NOW!   For those of you … Read More

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How to attract loads of traffic using Reddit

Budi VoogtBlogs, Music Marketing, Social Media7 Comments

The following post is an article that I’ve written for the awesome people at CD Baby. Find the original here. This is a guide about the power of Reddit and how you can use it to attract lots of traffic to your music. Recently I discovered this website called Reddit. Sure, I had heard about it, but never really took the time to check it out. Luckily, this time I … Read More

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