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Twitter for Musicians eBook by Carla Lynne Hall

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Twitter for Musicians eBook


Twitter for Musicians is my straightforward, easy-to-follow strategy guide that will help musicians build their online presence by using this fun and popular social media site. This eBook is available for instant pdf download for only $10 at

Quicker than sending an email, Twitter is a popular social networking site that enables musicians to start and build musical relationships in 140 characters or less. Musicians who are unfamiliar with Twitter often get bored before they see the beauty and opportunity of Twitter. If you’re a musician who has given up on your Twitter account, or wants to learn how you can use it to build a buzz about your music, Twitter for Musicians is for you!

Did you know that you can use Twitter to:

* Build your fanbase
* Book gigs
* Sell your MP3s
* Meet and communicate with other musicians and music fans
* Get new visitors to your website, MySpace, etc
* Contact music industry professionals
* Learn the latest indie music news and trends
* and more!

Many of the tactics outlined in this 35-page guide can be implemented right out of the box. Twitter for Musicians also includes case studies of musicians who have used Twitter successfully, which will help inspire new ideas that you can also use.

“Carla Lynne Hall is an amazing strategist.”
– Ariel Hyatt, Ariel Publicity

“Carla Lynne Hall is like your cool-ass aunt that gives you the real deal about the music business.”
– Darrell McNeill, Executive Director, Black Rock Coalition

“Carla, thank you so much for your insights – you really have inspired me!”
– Emma Wolfin, songwriter

Take a peek at Twitter for Musicians’ Table of Contents:

How Can Twitter Help Musicians

The eBook’s Introduction which details the many ways that Twitter can boost a musicians’ career

For Beginners Only
If you’re totally new to Twitter, this section teaches musicians how to get started, from scratch.

Find Your Twibe
On Twitter, no band is an island. How to find and make Twitter friends

Develop Your Online Brand
Before you build your presence on Twitter, or any other social networking site, it’s good to know who you are, and what you want to stand for

Win Twiends and Influence Tweeple
Good Twitter etiquette, and how to wield your influence like a Twitter Ninja!

Promote Yourself and Your Music!
How to promote yourself, your music, and videos – within 140 characters!

Case Study: Amanda Palmer
Learn how this singer/songwriter used the power of Twitter to make $19,000 in a few days

Case Study: Imogen Heap
Learn how this singer/songwriter used Twitter and video blogs to record her CD, and sell out her performances

Samples of Actual Music-Related Tweets
Tweets from songwriters, musicians, and bands that attracted responses and results!

Twitter Musician Resources
Lists of musicians, music websites, podcasters and other helpful music folks on Twitter; Lists of free Twitter tools to help you manage your goals, and your time

Suggested Reading
A short bibliography of helpful books and guides for indie musicians


About Carla Lynne Hall:
Carla Lynne Hall is a musician and music marketing consultant based in New York City. Her mission is to make music and share her knowledge with other musicians. As a musician, she has released three CDs on her Moxie Entertainment label, and has toured the world as a singer/songwriter, and professional vocalist. Her current CD SUPERNOVA has been described as “Norah Jones meets Sade for tea on their way to meet The Beatles.”

Carla has also spent a number of years behind the scenes in the music industry: Synch Music Licensing at EMI Music Publishing; Director of Marketing, Juna Entertainment (music management); Musician Mastermind Forum Manager, Ariel Music Publicity; Street Team radio promotion, Hot 105 FM, WHQT (Miami, FL).

Carla has given indie music lectures at many venues, including ASCAP, Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, The Indie Music Forum, and Philadelphia Music Conference. She is also the host of Musicians Lunch, a monthly musician’s gathering in NYC, and other cities around the US.

As well as being an Associate Writer for, Carla is also the former music business columnist for Vibe Magazine, and her writing has been featured in publications around the world. She is the author of The DIY Guide to the Music Biz and Twitter for Musicians. Carla also blogs about the life of an indie musician at Rock Star Life

Twitter for Musicians is available for instant download at

“Twitter for Artists” Teleseminar with Artist’s EDGE – Oct 20th

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On Tuesday, October 20th, I’m giving my “Twitter for Musicians” workshop again via conference call with Artist’s EDGE’s Debra Russell, who is a Certified Results Coach who specializes in the Arts and Entertainment Industry. As a member of her coaching group, I’m grateful to have access to TONS of her inspiring talks on MP3, which include the topics of Goal Setting, Developing Multiple Streams of Art Income and more! I have downloaded a number of her talks on my iPod, and I listen to them often to keep myself on track.

I’m very honored to be a part of her teleconferences that are available exclusively for her members. If you’d like to hear this call, try out her membership for only $5!


Debra Russell of Artist's EDGE
Debra Russell from Artist’s EDGE

Debra Russell, Speaker, Certified Master Results Business Coach, and Certified NLP and Hypnosis Master Practitioner is the founder of Artist’s EDGE. Specializing in the Music Industry, Arts and Entertainment Industry and Professional Athletes, Debra is guided by your passion as she applies her business knowledge and ability to facilitate transformational change and growth to guide you to success in your chosen field.

For more support, tools and resources, you can sign up for Debra’s Newsletter “Words to the Wise”, get her e-Course “Success Solutions to the Top Ten Obstacles in the Business of Arts and Entertainment” and read her blog at Or follow Debra at

To get more personalized support, you can ask your critical questions and receive specific answers and support through the complimentary monthly call.

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