You can have your own opinions, but not your own facts.
Like it or not, social media has an enormous presence in our lives – we are more connected than we ever have been, yet we are more polarized than ever.
And for music producers it’s become an increasingly important tool to get your music heard, and it’s very rare to find success with no online presence at all.
But with that being said, what you put online has repercussions…
We all know at least one story of a high-profile DJ or celebrity that’s had their career ended because of something they’ve said online – rightly or wrongly.
So this week’s episode is all about exploring how you as a producer (and a human being) are choosing to use social media, and how this might be impacting your career now, and in the future.
This one goes deep, asking the tough questions that we could all do with asking ourselves, and ruffling a few feathers along the way I’m sure…
Get involved with the conversation, check out this week’s episode now!
- Be mindful of protecting your own self-interests when choosing to post online
- Ask yourself whether you’re contributing to division, or to
- You can have your own opinions, but not your own facts.
Loved this episode? Now try these:
- FMM052 – The Social Media Trap
- FMM089 – Matthew Benjamin & Belinda Matwali
- FMM063 – Should you be investing valuable time building a social media following?
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