Strategically share your landing page on social media
The best way to start building an audience is to share your smart landing page on your social media. You could also strategically share the page on other people’s timelines or privately message anyone who would be a guaranteed supporter with a link to the page inviting them to receive your new song. You can do this by clicking the ‘Add more fans’ button in your Tuneer artist dashboard.
Focus on a call to action
A “call to action” is a line that basically says, “do this now.” If you don’t tell people what to do, they won’t click on your ad. An example of a call –to-action would be, “Get a free music by the Westside Boyz”. Encourage people to click on your ad. It’s hard to believe but people are more responsive if you ask them to visit your landing page. People love rewards and you’re going to reward them with free music in exchange for following you on any of messaging apps.
Go ‘Behind the scenes’
Share demo content and collect feedback. Uploading audio content regularly is a sure fire way to build an audience. Share your work in progress recordings before releasing it on Spotify, and take opinions from your fanbase for the demo music. They’ll get the same level of treatment as your more professional productions, but you have a great opportunity to network with your followers. Those tracks make your fans feel like they’re part of something special.
All music links in one place
Send direct notifications to fans when you release new single on music video. Supported platforms: Spotify, YouTube, Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Apple Music and 20+ more.
Promote upcoming gigs
Notify your fans when you have a gig in their town.
Regular messaging to your fans is a quick, easy way to keep your fans active when other content broadcasts are not available. Send broadcast messages to connect with your fans by asking them questions. Mix some personal stories in with your music-related announcements and updates. But don’t overuse it! Sending too much notifications will definitely annoy your fans and most of subscribers will mute notifications from you.