Here’s a Nokia Nsights video which shows interviews with a marketing expert, a radiopresenter and a musician about how musicians can make use of the internet to promote and sell their music. Dieter Sermeus, lead singer of The Go Find, says: “For musicians it’s a really, very good time to make music because of all those possibilities you get for free.” Watch the video.

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  1. Currently I’m working hard to distribute two funky summer tunes. It’s difficult, because of course the audience is limited to a Dutch audience.

    I do have a question though. What do the pro’s feel is the best way to get real airplay for your tunes? Do you need a ‘plugger’ (a person who brings your music to radiostations) or even a manager or could you promote yourself simply by sending regular or e-mails and posting your songs on different sites?

  2. @Piet: There have been many examples of artists that became famous just by making use of the many tools that internet has to offer (and by making GREAT music of course!! 🙂 ). A combination of MySpace, YouTube, Flickr, blogs… Everything that makes it easier to get noticed by people. The band OK Go has a list of all the tools they used on their MySpace site: [url=][/url]

    This might be of interest too: [url=][/url]

    Hope this helps!