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4 Simple Mistakes to Avoid When You’re Building Your Music Career

As a proud member of Tunecore, I’m always recommending the service to independent artists that have no other means of distributing their music. Their are so many stumbling blocks that get in the way of the indie artist but most the time we get in our own way. Sometimes artists make the simplest mistakes that keep them from reaching the next level.
Cliff Goldmacher, songwriter, producer and frequent TuneCore Blog contributor was gracious enough to share “4 Mistakes to Avoid When You’re Building Your Music Career” with his Tunecore family. These are key tips to consider when you’re submitting one (or several) of your compositions for a commercial music business opportunity. (CLICK NEXT TO LEARN FROM YOUR MISTAKES)

4. You’re Too Attached

Never attach an mp3 to an email without permission.

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3. Long Story Short

Avoid writing long emails or letters with your submission.

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