45 Publicists That You Should Hire For Your Next Marketing Campaign


Okay sometimes you may feel like you can't gain access to the right people. You may feel like your music is stagnant.

When you have tried everything on your own and you still can't get through to certain people it may be time to hire a publicist or PR team.

Why would you hire a publicist? You hire a publicist because they have connects, experience with press releases and knowledge.

They will help you get the coverage that you need and get your product in front of more people. For example, a publicist might send out a press release for Rihanna Tickets, or a publicist might contact blogs or your behalf. Their name is gold (understand the importance of name recognition).

Publicists are invaluable because they only pitch material that they believe in. Pam Perry stated that Good Press = Good Business. Publicists help you secure press and in turn your reputation increases.

Below you will find a comprehensive list post of Publicists that you should be following on Twitter. Twitter is awesome because of the 140 character limit. These Publicists will help you. I utilized my Publicists and PR Twitter List to compile this list.

The list post contains publicists and PR personnel that will help you with your marketing campaign.

I don't claim to be an expert on publicists so please school me. Check out the list post below.



@3HPRecords

@AbovePromotions
@Aishahwhite
@Aleeshacpr
@AMP3PR
@Ameyaw112
@AngelaLYoung
@AyeKilla_PR

@BarbaraChoice27
@BbadPR
@BigSto
@TheBrandPr
@Breezyb215

@CandiceNicolePR
@caramelmochiata
@CeceVancePR
@CherrellRene
@CoachTishawn
@CRicePR

@DiamondMedia360
@Digiwaxx
@Dozi1
@Dub_MD
@DunnDealPR

@echohattix
@EMSIpr

@GetMoneyMusicDC
@Gorilla_PR

@IAmBig7
@IamPRagency
@iKarmaPR
@iPromo4KM1
@IStillLoveHER

@JanaeMarcus5049
@Jdobypr
@JovialPublicist
@JustToiaya

@KayHarrisPR
@KellenCache
@KishaKish

@MacMediaPromo
@Meddafore
@MediaHunterPR
@MichelleHuff
@MiniGotchu
@MissNocePR
@MontagePR
@MsQuinMarshall

@NiaMC_
@NYCPRFirm

@PamPerry
@ParkStreetPR
@PlatinumVoicePR
@PQChanel
@Premiereconceptspr
@Publicistericalane
@Publicist_LisaV

@Only1mad
@ontheflyPR

@QtheQuestion

@RapPublicist
@RedBootPR

@ShaLindaJeanine
@Shanae_Henry
@ShaySceneSTS
@SherriJonesPR
@Spankeee_PR
@SuperWomanPR
@SuzyMediaGirl
@SwankPR
@Syreta

@TelegrahamPR
@ThatEricAlper
@Thatwritingchic
@thawrite1
@ThinkBrownInk
@TiaCulver
@TiffanieWagner
@ToniiAntoinette
@TrishPR_
@TruePresencePR
@Twenty28Inc

@UrbanThreshold

@VinylJunkiePR

@WHITsaid

@yoitsmymy

Thank you for taking the time to read this list post. If this post is missing a great publicist or PR personnel please let me know by leaving a comment below. Thank You.

This post started with 45 publicists that I researched myself. Additions made to this list were presented by YOU the experts. So please school me if I omitted someone. The goal is to give clients options. Give them a starting point if you will.

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Blame One Interview: Walk In The Sun


Earlier today I interviewed San Diego emcee Blame One. Blame One shared insight about his latest album, Walk in the Sun.

Blame One also shares information about his working relationship with J57, his favorite song from the album, his favorite place to eat and other questions.

This interview was conducted on Twitter earlier today. Thank you for your time.

Check out the Transcript HERE.


5 Characteristics of Successful Music Marketers


Your music is recorded and your album is finished now you are turning your attention to the actual marketing aspect of your album.

Marketing an album is very stressful. There are so many options available to artists. You have to ponder whether you want to create physical product or digital product. You also have to think about your video marketing strategy and your social media marketing strategy.

Some artists rely on a PR firm or a social media agency to devise a marketing campaign while others do it themselves. The key to becoming a successful music marketer revolves around having a plan. Here are five characteristics of successful music marketers.

1. They are passionate about what they do.

Successful music marketers are passionate about what they do. They are passionate about what they do because they love what they do. They love sharing music with the masses. Successful music marketers understand that they have a voice and an audience that wants to hear what they have to offer.

2. They set realistic goals.

Successful music marketers also set realistic goals. They set measurable goals. You want to set goals that you can reach with EFFORT. For example, if you know you have a small fanbase it may not be wise to set this type of goal: 20,000 downloads in 2 months.

I am not saying that you can not achieve that number I am just urging people to be realistic. You just have to come to grips that you might has to advertise like crazy to achieve that goal.

3. They take risks.

Successful music marketers take risks, they think outside the box. They are on top of trends because they are researchers of the game. They understand what works and what doesn't work.

They also value trial and error. They understand the power of releasing singles and they are not afraid of making mistakes.

4. They are creative.

Music marketers are very creative. They understand the value of interpersonal communication. They are receptive to ideas and their execution is flawless.

Creativity is pivotal to the success of a marketing campaign. This year we have been blessed with the marketing strategy behind Yeezus, the listening session approach from Born Sinner and Jay Z's genius marketing pact with Samsung.

Statik Selektah, Mac Miller, Kendrick Lamar and others showcased their genius this year as well. Nothing beats Papa John's pizza pact with Taylor Swift though. Great strategy!

5. They are never satisfied.

Successful music marketers are never satisfied, they always look for ways to get the music to the masses. You have to be relentless as a music marketer. There is a genre out there for your music. You just have to find the fans. Exhaust every option. If you are covered on the blogs then hit up radio stations. If you have hit up radio stations then work on touring.

There is so much you can do. Never become complacent or stagnant.


L'Orange Interview: The Mad Writer With An Old Soul (Twitter Interview)


Tonight I was blessed with the opportunity to interview beatsmith L'Orange. The talented beatmaker shares information about his discography, the underlying tones of mental illness, his relationship with Mello Music Group, a new album with Stik Figa and more.

Check out the Transcript HERE.


 

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