He were address the randomness of the internet and how coincidental piggybacking can help you increase views or listens.
Touring can be expensive, which is why we tried getting our fans involved when we set up a tour of Germany. In this tour report, we explain how we managed to optimise the tour and even make a little money in the process.
The folks at MTV asked to write an article about streaming services. Voilà.
Surveys can be annoying and boring but they can also be a great way of getting some valuable information on who your fans are so we gave it a go and were pleasantly surprised by the results.
Kickstarter is a great tool to raise money and awareness for a project, but their doors have been closed to Europeans since their launch.
We decided to set up our own crowdfunding site, and here we explain how we did it.
You can’t be everywhere at once, but the internet can, which is why we were excited to experiment with Google + hangouts.
Probably our most popular article. Here we lay out the difference between streaming, digital download and physical formats in terms of how much money they produce for an DIY band.
Some tips on how to record an album when you don’t have the support of a record label with a recording budget
English version of a presentation Andy made at Sudweb in 2012 about how we use the internet to promote our band.
Présentation faite par Andy à Sudweb en 2012 sur notre utilisation du web pour la promotion de notre groupe.