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Monday, June 09, 2008 

Grabbing Opportunity on Myspace

by Madalyn Sklar

Most of you know I spend a great deal of time helping indie musicians and music businesses with their Myspace presence at Social Networks for Musicians. Yes, Myspace is filled with over 235 million profiles. Yes, it's full of bands doing exactly what you are doing. But there is still GREAT opportunity that awaits you. If you don't grab it someone else will.

And it can be done with little effort!

What does it take? I've said it before and I will keep saying it... consistency! You will not get results if you log in whenever you can make time. You have to make time. Or maybe you are working it but not seeing results. Many people spin their wheels on Myspace thinking they are working it smart only to get frustrated. All they need is some guidance. I can show you how to grab opportunities by spending only one hour a day on your Myspace page. Whether I work it for you or consult with you by phone on how to best do it, there are ways to get results and opportunities.

Chuck Woo said it best in his recent blog post, Is Myspace Marketing Still Relevant?:

"Although the initial upswing fever may have subsided, Myspace is still a source of great opportunity! Like all opportunities though, You have to be prepared for them. You have to recognize the gold mine opportunities and know how to extract them. Millions of people still use Myspace every day! For millions of people worldwide, their Myspace profile is their contribution and they take their space seriously!"

Get your share of the Myspace goldmine. It's there waiting for you.

I regularly post Myspace Marketing Tips for Musicians so be sure to subscribe to my feed at the top of this page.

Keep on rockin',
Madalyn Sklar

Copyright © 2008 Madalyn Sklar, IndieMusicCoach

Madalyn Sklar is a music business coach, consultant and author. She founded IndieMusicCoach and has spent over 12 years working with a wide range of independent musicians all over the world - U.S., Canada, Ireland and Japan thus far. Her goal is to help indie artists achieve greater success in the music business by working smarter not harder. She is also the founder of GoGirlsMusic.com, the oldest and largest online community of indie women musicians, with a vision of bringing together and empowering musicians from around the world.

Madalyn is available for one-on-one consulting and coaching at affordable prices. Check out http://www.indiemusiccoach.com/ for more info.

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    Madalyn Sklar is a music business coach & consultant, blogger, social networks expert and author. She has spent over 15 years helping independent musicians and music business professionals achieve greater success. Her motto is: working smarter not harder. She also founded GoGirlsMusic.com, the oldest + largest online community of indie women musicians.

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