Episode 433: How a Single Mom is Using TikTok to Market Musicians in 2022 with Dana Fitzpatrick

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What exactly makes TikTok perfect for artists?

On today’s episode, Ralph and Kasim discuss TikTok for artists with Dana Fitzpatrick from Moxi Group, a full-service social media management and advertising agency. What’s interesting about Dana is that she’s only been in the TikTok space for less than six months, and she’s already driving results for her clients. 

Whether you’re a singer, songwriter, visual artist, or performer, you can use TikTok to launch your visibility and popularity beyond the app. Listen in to learn unique content ideas you can use to blow up on TikTok, get your music discovered by millions of new listeners, and raise your artistic status online.

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IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: 

  • Why TikTok is perfect for artists
  • This week’s nugget: How to use TikTok hashtags to grow your reach
  • How to promote your music on TikTok
  • Why consistency is the key to TikTok success
  • Understanding TikTok ad targeting dos and don’ts
  • How to use TikTok’s Instant Page

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