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Quit focusing on the amount of followers you have and focus on this instead.
We love celebrating our clients’ achievements no matter how big or how small. Whether it’s a follower milestone or getting signed by an agent, our clients make us happy!
Real life examples from our clients in the performing arts of how hiring a social media consultant will help you stop reacting and start proacting. (Sidenote: why isn’t proacting an actual word?)
After years handling social media for artists, here is the very basic nitty gritty in order to have a social media presence. Follow these simple steps and you’ll have a feed that you can be proud of.
Social media is a term with a lot of issues for many performing artists. First, there’s the angst that comes with not having the first idea with how to use it strategically to promote your art. Next come the feelings of being too old, or not savvy enough, or useless. Then, the frustration - how can you know if your art is any good if no one is there to see it? Let’s break it down.
Some people start a new year with a resolution. Other create SMART goals. Chris Brogan starts a new year with 3 words. I’ve done it for the past three years and find this practice very helpful in staying on track. Here you’ll find what this practice is, the three words I’ve chosen for Downstage Media, and how to create your own.
If you’d like to have professional social media services, but don’t think you have the money, we show you how you can have over a year of someone guiding you for a fraction of what you think it’d cost!
Here's a look at how Downstage Media gets your brand up and running quickly with a Kick Off Meeting, Brand Board, Content Calendar, and more!
Following these simple ideas will help you get the most value from your relationship with your social media director.
Check out all of the prize-winning videos - and more importantly the feedback videos from the judges. Including: Jeff Sieh, Rebekah Radice, and Andy Crestodina.