How to boost your DJ profile via social media




As an aspiring artist, I’ve spent the last few months deep into the social media world trying to get my profile and record label known between twitter, tiktok plays and facebook. I want to share my experiences and advice with both aspiring DJs and artists looking to build their online profile.


As anyone who has tried to promote themselves through social تزويد متابعين تيك توك media knows, getting all those important likes, followers, plays, or comments can be a frustrating task. You’re looking at your favorite artist and it looks so easy with tons of followers and fans waiting to support you every step of the way, but when it’s your turn you realize it’s not that simple.

What have you learned about creating a successful online persona?

First, building a following takes patience. Building an online empire will take time. Focus on building a quality foundation and be willing to work hard to build on it.

The first step is to find your demographics. My advice is to go زيادة متابعين التيك توك for quality, not quantity. Join groups on Tiktok that promote your style of music, or discover followers of artists or DJs who play music similar to yours. This allows you to select and target “fans” who may want to hear your music. Interact with them and you will be amazed how many more people are willing to support you and how quickly your popularity will grow if you treat them on a human level.

Second, you must be willing to give back. In fact, make it an active part of your strategy. It is very important to take care of people you want to support. I regularly support my followers by making time each موقع زيادة متابعين تيك توك day to listen to their music, check their Facebook page or see what they are tweeting, and clearly show my support through likes, comments and retweets. If you look at your budding fandom as a community that you’re active in, you’ll find that all those important likes and follows come naturally.


Third, don’t think about numbers, think about proportions. Today it’s easy to buy as many fans, followers, plays and likes as you want. These numbers by themselves are meaningless as you get everything you need. I often come across artists who have thousands of fans but only 24 plays on their latest track or similar disproportionate numbers. Think of it as a percentage, meaning how many interactions you get relative to your number of fans or followers. When you make sure you have a good engagement rate, you show that you are engaging with your fans and building a healthy foundation.


The best thing about social media is that the more exposure you get, the easier it is to build momentum. Once you have a real foundation, start spreading it. Don’t get discouraged if your stats aren’t in the thousands. I regularly come across profiles of very successful DJs who don’t have much when it comes to social media follower count, and that brings me to my final point.

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