The last post, “Marketing Your Beats and Music,” ended on the idea of you figuring out who buys beats like yours and, as promised, I am going to talk about that a little bit now.
Typically, shoppers for beats can range across a broad audience which will include people who just want something to rap over to impress their friends as well as established industry pros.
If you are looking to turn a profit at some point, then your marketing efforts should probably be geared toward industry performers like singers, rappers and spoken word performers.
Keep in mind that, of course, your options are certainly not limited these groups and there are other avenues that you can try out as well, but I will cover that in another post.
For now, I would like limit this brief post to the singers, rappers and spoken word performers to keep things short.
Simply put, the reason why you should look consider focusing at least a part of your marketing efforts to these types of potential buyers is because there are a lot of people out there who can sing and rap, etc that just do not have the capability to write and/or create beats and compositions on their own, but still need music to compliment their work.
What this means to you is that there is a market for you to tap into that is ready, willing and waiting to hear what you have to offer.
More in the next post.
See you then!
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