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Every artist goes through it – that slump where suddenly everyone’s forgotten about you. You put out a CD and everyone talking about it for two months. And then, all of a sudden, no more emails, fewer hits on your myspace, and fewer bookings.
This is why they say the music industy is so fickle. People only love you for a minute. Then they move on to “the next big thing.” Here are some ideas on keeping the momentum going.
Trying new things It’s like they say: "If you want to go where you’ve never gone, you’ve gotta do things you’ve never done". What trees haven’t you climbed? What social networking sites haven’t you taken advantage of? What demographic haven’t you aimed for just yet? Maybe you’ve oversaturated your current following with too much communication. This calls for widening your fanbase and going after a new crowd. Give the others a break (but not for too long).