Are you using social media to promote your music but aren’t getting the results you were hoping for? Perhaps you have followers, but your engagement is close to zero?
If so, you’re going to LOVE this new episode of the Jazz Spotlight Podcast!
Today, we talk about how you can promote your music and your website by easily creating visual content people will love and will be dying to share with others.
Wait, what? You don’t consider yourself a creative person or maybe don’t know much about design? Don’t worry, because in today’s episode you’ll hear about some tools that can help you easily create amazing visual content, even if you aren’t that much of a designer.
Joining us today is the founder of the award-winning blog Socially Sorted Donna Moritz. A visual content and social media marketing expert (with some experience as a drummer!), she comes on the podcast to talk about the different types of images you can use to engage your fanbase and drive traffic, the tools you can use to create cool visual content on your computer or with your smartphone and the apps that will help you create videos just like a pro.
Plenty of value here, so get your pen and paper – or digital notebook – ready, because Donna really rocks this episode!
Today, You’ll Learn More About:
- Donna musical background (something not many of her fans know about!) and her award-winning blog Socially Sorted
- The 3 level of images you can use to engage your fanbase and drive traffic to a specific webpage
- Tools and apps you can use to easily create cool visual content from your computer or on the go
- How to create videos like a pro using mobile apps
- And More!
Resources, People and Links Mentioned in This Episode:
- www.sociallysorted.com.au (Donna’s award-winning blog)
- Canva’s Design School
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