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Know what the best thing about the internet is? It’s easier than ever for you to promote your DJ gigs online. However, spending hours promoting your DJ gigs all the time is not at the top of everyone’s list for favorite things to do. The sites we’re featuring today will let you enter your schedule in one place and then have it pushed throughout all of your networks automatically. Hopefully you find at least one of these three useful for promo purposes:
Manage and Promote Your DJ Gigs Online
ArtiststData makes it simple to update your DJ gigs once and publish those updates across the internet in various ways. The bonus to ArtistData is once you set up your DJ gigs, it publishes updates immediately. Another bonus: AristData will promote your gig on the day of the event for you, without you even having to remember to do it.
Bandsintown is popular with people who have big Facebook Fan Page numbers. In fact, the only way to really use Bandsintown is by hooking it up to your Facebook Fan Page. Since it integrates with Facebook, each time you create a gig/event Bandsintown will automatically create a Facebook event for your gig. This obviously saves you some steps and time. Bandsintown also updates after your event so people can see where you played once the night/weekend is done.
BandPage started as Facebook fan page app a few years ago but has since evolved into a platform that allows you to manage your shows across the internet. Recently they’ve enabled artists to make extra money through the platform by selling exclusive VIP experiences direct to fans.
So there you go, three easy ways to promote your gigs online via existing services. Check em out and let us know what you think. Is there another service you’re using? Let us know about it in the comments below.