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You’re well on course for revolutionary fan management and engagement move. However, this is not just going to happen like that. You’ll have to make some moves, and the most important of this will be bringing your current fans to your Fangage website.
Artists, as well as their content creators, do not need necessarily need expensive and extensive training before they can fully use Fangage. Everything even gets better since Fangage can also easily connect lots of other third-party apps from Facebook to Twitter, Instagram, Spotify, A-boss, Bandsintown, Woocommerce, Shopify, Ticketmaster, and many others.
My twin passion is music, and I am currently an international DJ, while also working as a director of a global lifestyle management firm. I am also a coach for dozens of CEOs and entrepreneurs, guiding them through the principles outlined in my bestselling book Redesign.
Social media and the Internet has made analyzing and engaging with fans an easier task but still the question on many minds is: “How can we engage our fans but also make money off of it?”