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What Are Your Fans Saying About You?

What Are Your Fans Saying About You?

A Guest Post By  on February 8th 2012

Screaming Fans

I have been talking about the importance of engaging with your fans on the various social networks. I recently wrote about how you need toseek out your fans. I am sure you have read more than a few times how your fans are your best sales team. You might have even heard that fans want to be recognized by you more than anything else. It’s all true. It’s something I will repeat over and over… talk to your fans. Once you start talking to them then you can think about selling to them.  The simple action of finding a fan and following them can result in great responses.

Your fans are out there and are waiting to scream their support. Are your fans posting comments like these? If not maybe you need to step up your engagement with your fans.

  • @andygibson I posted your version of “The Christmas Song” on my facebook so I could share what an amazing singer you are with my friends :)
  • @andygibson rocks! Thanks for caring about Your fans. :)
  • @andygibson it is great you do the #ff for fans
  • @andygibson Thanks for the #ff! Made my day that much better!
  • youu tweet back! omggg!! “@andygibson: @hiii_coraaa thank you so much:)”
  • Holy crap, @gregkihn followed me.
  • @gregkihn NO WAY!! Made my day! #jeopardybaby
  • Thanks for the follow @gregkihn Your music always got us up and dancing.
  • @gregkihn As a thirty-year fan of The Breakup Song, I am honored by your follow.
  • @gregkihn Thanks for following! I had fun checking out your website & your latest tweets…

This is the success I love to see for a artist.

Michael Brandvold is a freelance music industry consultant based in Northern California. Having launched Michael Brandvold Marketing to leverage his years of experience to provide direction to large and small clients in the areas of online & social marketing as well as e-commerce and customer acquisition and retention.


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