As we know Twitter is one of the most used socializing platform. Well known stars like Kim Kardashian, Drake, Jason Mraz and even Barack Obama together with other 550 million users, successfully use this well-known socializing platform. If one uses Twitter reasonably, first off you will create new relationships with other users from around the globe and you will have the possibility to find and participate in relevant conversations that matter to you.
The most important thing is that you can make a name for yourself in your niche with the help of this social network.
1. Do you use #Hashtags on Twitter?
A hashtag has one role: to group all the messages from a certain subject in a single search, just like a blog category.
Many Twitter users use hashtags, and then why not take advantage of them?
You can search Twitter for: #rapper #artist #mixtape etc., and you will be surprised of how much these tags are used by artists, producers or anyone who wants to refer to certain subject, and thus you can find possible targets in selling your beats online.
2. Do you got followers on twitter, how many?
Have you ever wonder why some producers sell lots of instrumentals online? Pick any top producer from the online music industry, enter their official twitter account and watch the number
You are surprised right?
Be very careful because the most important thing about Twitter is your followers. Try to do anything in your power to raise the number of those who follow you.
Here you can find the most important tools that you have to try to increase the number of twitter followers.
3. Make regular posts on Twitter.
Do not make the same mistake as most of online producers do by using posts like:
….and others, posted every two minutes, it’s annoying isn’t it?
This way you can lose all your clients and probably you will be categorized as spam. Try to be creative if you only post 4-5 times a day. Find other subjects besides selling instrumentals online and skip complementing your own beats because this way you will only lose potential customers.
Answer your tweets, interact with people and in this way they will feel that indeed a real person is behind your account not just a spam bot.
4. Accelerate everything with on the spot conversations!
Enter conversations with artists and try to listen to them, talk to them, and not just send messages and tweets with your instrumental site or with your offers you have because like this you will be quickly categorized as a spammer.
Try to move conversations away from public eye by using “Direct Messages” and if these artists had positive experience with you even if the first time they will not buy any beats from you they will certainly buy something from you in the future.