Is music your thing? Do you get MTV and Vh1 and all those other music channels through directspecialtv.com? You ever wonder how some of these musical celebrities made it so big?
Believe it or not, they all started somewhere – backroom gigs, crappy stages, lousy bars. However, the difference between a lot of them and yourself is that they didn’t have the internet to help them.
Nowadays, you have things like social media and networks to help spread the word and get you the exposure you need. Lots of starting artists use sites like YouTube and Facebook all the time to get the word out. Aside from being intuitive and easy-to-use it’s also free advertising.
There are even specialized sites for musical artists that work within the same framework and format as MySpace and other popular social networking sites. Bandcamp is one of the best examples of this allowing you to sell your music and your merch (or merchandise) directly to the listener. You can even set the price yourself.
You have more options than any of the major music masters ever had at your stage and, as a result, more opportunities to make it big. You just have to get out there, get online and get your music out.