How Can We Help? 5/17/13

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  • TK

    I believe that offering constructive criticism is a great way to get others to check your music out. What do you think is the best way to let people know to check out your music without coming across as one of those people who only comment without listening for the sole purpose of generating views?

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      Reddit has open threads that do just this under the sub-Reddit of music. I think on social networks you can obtain this as well, by first connecting with potential fans via something you share a common bond or interest in and the secondly asking if they would be interested in giving you some feedback. As well, SoundOut.com offers a paid service where you can get constructive criticism on your music.