Q: What makes you better than being posted on a well-known music blog?
A: Take a look at the average unsigned artist video on a top-rated music blog. Not many views at all. Our average artist feature gets 10k+ views. You won't notice many new fans come in from music blogs while a HMB video post feature will actually bring you genuine new fans. Being posted on well-known blogs may be good for branding, but again, you will experience low views and nearly zero new fans.
Q: How does your Hot Music Buzz Artists Feature and Promotion service work?
A: We run paid ads to your video. A guaranteed minimum of 10k views on your video for $99. We can continue promoting your video for as long as you wish for as little as $49! After you reach your advertising cap, you will be contacted with more information on continuing your promotion.
Q: What else does the $99 payment include?
A: Your payment includes a Sponsored post on our page. You will be prominently featured on Facebook. Along with your post, we will create a custom Facebook Ads campaign to promote your post and place it on other peoples' newsfeed. Your initial payment will include receiving at least 10k real views. Think of us more as your personal marketing team, similar to what major labels offer the artists they sign. Major Labels have marketing departments - you have Hot Music Buzz. We're a small team of pop music lovers who just so happen to specialize in social media advertising.
Q: How can you guarantee so many real video views for such a low price?
A: We use paid Facebook ads to put your video in front of the right people. Part of your payment goes directly to Facebook Ads to make sure your video gets the views we promise and part goes to us for managing your campaign to guarantee you the greatest success.
Where most independent artists fail is they invest money into studio time, mixing/mastering, video shoots, etc. but when it comes time to actually promote the music, they don't know what to do and just STOP. Some people don't believe in 'paying for promotion' which is unfortunate. The reality is, even major labels pay to advertise their artists. If the major labels do it for their artists, shouldn't you do it for yourself?