We’ve just introduced the newest member of the Immitter family, the FEED!
Simply put, a Feed is a bunch of filtered preferences cobbled together to create a saved stream of only the type of music that you prefer.
When you create a feed you can easily monitor the Immitter for new tracks and new emerging artists to support. Each feed that you create is dynamically updated as new songs, that match your preferences, are added to the Immitter. Additionally, if you aren’t as active as you would like to be on the Immitter, no problemo, the top most tracks from your Feed are emailed to you periodically; You set the time of delivery.
We hope you have fun monitoring the Immitter with this new feature. Be sure to leave us feedback on ways to enhance the Feed to suit your needs even more.
New location filters have just been added to Immitter. This will further help us refine our targeting, ensuring your music goes directly to your target audience.
Situations where this feature can come in handy.
A radio station in Indiana is searching for local music for their newest emerging artist program
A local artist /fan is interested in learning about and supporting the local artists around him / her
A local coffee shop is searching for performers after hours on a Monday to help bring in more customers
A record label is evaluating the potential of a geographical market
An international fan is interested in discovering new music from different areas of the world
No need to beat a dead horse on this one. Including your location not only improves the efficiency in your music delivery, it also helps with discovery. We encourage all Immitter’s to update their profile with their location.
For those of you that don’t know, the word SPAM on the Internet evolved from the 1970 sketch comedy routine by Monty Python titled…Spam. It shows a diner where anything and everything ordered came with SPAM, Much to the chagrin of Hormel Foods, maker of the canned “Shoulder Pork and hAM”/”SPiced hAM” luncheon meat.
Seth Godin, talks a lot about the idea of Permission marketing and only delivering relevant timely messages to those few that actually are looking forward to receiving them. If this is you, we urge you to dig through your junk mail and set us free. Let your email provider know that THIS IS NOT SPAM!
We only deliver our weekly email to those of you who have subscribed to Immitter in one form or another and by no means do we champion or relish in spam.
If you’re not interested in receiving our weekly update, we’ve provided a link in the email to allow you to easily unsubscribe.
That being said.
We implore you to please take some time to make sure that you are receiving our weekly update in your inbox, the thousand + artists that we represent would really appreciate it – And so would we.
As for SPAM, lets take a look at where it alllll started. I hope you enjoy the history lesson.
In This Episode, IMTR0 gathers the troops, and hopes to inspire them to go out and find the remaining emerging artists who are currently being hunted down and executed. In order to rebuild the Network of Support for emerging musicians, IMTR0 launches the automated mailing list.
This mailer delivers the TOP performing emerging artists weekly to subscribers – Also, The Industry has been working over time, trying to stop us, check your spam folders for our weekly email, We will not go silently into the night!
Our mission is to continue to build the “List” with more contacts, fans, supporters, but we can’t do it alone…We need your help.
Subscribe to our weekly mailer @ https://immitter.com/subscribe and be sure to tell a friend. If we’re going to go up against the industry, we need all of the firepower we can get.
Here’s the first look at EPISODE 0 – Meet Me At The Immitter. A new series we will be presenting which is as entertaining as it is informative.
Each month we strive to do one marketing lesson for the Immitter Resistance. Topics will include but are not limited to, how to build your fan base, strategies for awareness and stepping around the gate keeper, having packed shows etc. all in addition to covering the various tools Immitter has to offer to help you along the way.
When it comes to being musically inclined, Dru Paris’ becoming a known presence in the music business and is making a name for himself. From innovative and vanguard lyrics to impactful performances and styles, the music’s speaking for itself and people are listening. Don’t sleep on Dru Paris because the musician might just have something ready for release that’s purely unexpected.
The 23 year old up and coming artist from the forgotten borough of Staten Island, NY is on the path to putting it on the map along with New York’s well known music neighborhoods. To date Dru Paris has released his debut EP titled Prolific and his debut music video for the single “Tonight.”
What’s expected from Dru Paris is his newest project that will be released in the new year. “One of my goals is to do a major show next year. It doesn’t have to be with a major artist per se, but someone with some notoriety,” he points out.