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MFM Workshop “Make Music Your Business” #10 w. Adam Reifsteck

MFM Workshop #10Musicians For Musicians (MFM) Presents: “Make Music Your Business” No.10 Workshop with Adam Reifsteck Speaking About How to Build a Supportive Audience with Social Media Ads.

Date: Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Time: 7pm to 8:30pm
Venue: Wingspan Arts (Film Center Building, 630 9th Ave, between 44 & 45 St., Suite 602, NY, NY 10036)
Ticket: $15 (free for MFM members). Buy here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mfm-workshop-make-music-your-business-10-w-adam-reifsteck-tickets-74875718289
Seating: limited (up to 25 seats)

Facebook is the best platform for promoting music and building an audience because its advertising features are the most powerful and diverse of all the platforms. You can target precisely the people you are trying to reach quickly and efficiently. Without the right strategy and tools in place, however, you will waste a lot of time and money. In this workshop, composer and producer Adam Reifsteck will give an overview of Facebook’s advertising platform, show how to find your target, and build a successful campaign so you can make the biggest impact with your music online while boosting your income.

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Review: MFM Workshop “Make Music Your Profession” #5 with Brian Poole

Benefits of Chiropractic Care

MFM workshop #5 group shot

Photo by Alex Abagiu

Date: August 24, 2016
Venue: WeWork Wall Street (NY)
Review by Dawoud Kringle

This next workshop in the series on health was titled Preparing For Your Encore. The event was presented by Dr. Brian Poole, chiropractor and owner of Encore Chiropractic.

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MFM Workshop: “Make Music Your Business #4

Ken UmezakiA MFM Workshop About The Digital Ecosystem with Ken Umezaki, President of Digital Daruma

Ken will be leading a special workshop for MFM members and aspiring musicians on making music and business go hand in hand. He will provide real world advice using his experiences starting Digital Daruma.

The digital economy has commoditized music, with profound ramifications for musicians or creators, consumers and the music industry across everything they do. The fundamental shift to a commodity business has created many challenges but, more importantly, tremendous opportunities for the music business to innovate and grow in ways that would not be possible without the digital ecosystem for media assets. Ken discusses his perspective on the future of music as a commodity business, and the foundations that need to be built in order for musicians and the business to succeed in this digital era. Read more here: http://musiciansformusicians.org/event/mfm-workshop-make-music-business-4/ Continue reading