A New Marketing tool for Artists and bands promotion
Artists and bands have little resource for marketing and promotion. However, without a successful promotion of their album release, gigs and tours, they can’t live from their work. And that’s painful.
But how to promote the events successfully?
MySpace is nearly useless. Simple event listing, and mailing to personal contacts list are never enough. Also there is too much clutter to fight through on other social networks. Result = poor attendance = not enough revenue to pay the bills.
Surprisingly, we have discovered that artists and bands could overcome these limitations by joining forces through peer referral network, where local artists and band recommend each other event. For that, we have created the Goodbuzz network. Check it out here: http://www.goodbuzz.org
How doest it work?
Goodbuzz is a peer referral network. It means members recommend each other events to their contacts for Free. When a member of the network has an event to promote, and need help to reach more people, he will log into the Goodbuzz program and send referral requests to the other members of the network. The other members of the network who find the event interesting for their contacts, will recommend it to their contacts for Free. There are more than 8 channels and ways to recommend events (emailing, social medias, blogs, flyers, etc.).
The Value of the service
The value of the service is that it gives nonprofit marketer a tool that they didn’t have in the past, which is to get in front of other nonprofit organizations contact’s without having to negotiate with them 1 on 1. This is the big idea.
It’s free to join, and all members enjoy 500 Free emailing credits per month
The system works by pooling in networks (based on genre or on location) artists and bands that could help each other promote their events and album releases. For example the “London Bands network” where local bands promote each other in an authentic way.
With the Goodbuzz network, bands and event organizers could Spread the word about their events and activities beyond their direct contacts. And, the decentralized nature of the network make the message delivery effective and meaningful.