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If you would like your dating question to appear on "Ask the Matchmaker" Click Here (Your real name will not be used) I really like "Tim" and haven't heard from him in two weeks now.
I think, oh, that’s just a couple minutes, and then suddenly an hour has gone by.
This applies when you’re doing your own PR, radio promotion, or launching singles. Staying up until 3am to promote a single might not be why you got into music, but it’s work that will lead some listeners TO your music — which IS the reason you got into this crazy game in the first place.
Be sure to upload the video directly to Facebook too (once the exclusive blog premiere is over), since Facebook favors video that is native to the platform.
You can run that video as an ad on Facebook to generate interest in your music.
Effective radio promotion can be pretty expensive, and your average DJ is going to be more interested in an ALBUM release, but if the song is right and the promoter has a record of success, it might be worth the cost.
I could easily love "Tim" and feel worried that I could be possibly lettting another love slip out of my life.
I am worried about making the wrong move after so much bad luck and I am soooo ready to meet someone special and get engaged by the end of the year. Joanie in Springfield, Ma Hi Joanie, Please, you must not come from a desperate place. Remember what you have to offer and don't get fixated on another's opinion of you.
When you release a radio single (think “hit song” usually between 2.5 — 4 minutes long), the idea is to create sustained exposure over a short period of time.
That’s what it takes to get a critical mass of people to take notice — repeated listens in multiple markets.
Most streaming services don’t let you claim your artist profile or use their various promotional tools until you actually have music on their platforms. We don’t charge annual fees, so you never have to worry about a growing annual bill just to keep your music available online. It takes a lot to get us to pay attention online, so repeated messaging is crucial.