Social media isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Like technology, social media is ever changing, and extremely fluid. The popularity of each social network changes regularly, as do the tactics and strategy. As a marketing professional, I continually aim to not stay stagnant in my knowledge base of social media and digital marketing. One way to … Continue reading Social Media Tips for Indie Artists :: Recap // Social Media Week Conference
By Hope Alcocer, Head of Marketing and Promotions Yesterday (Tuesday, April 10th), thought leaders, influencers, and passionate professionals curated conversations both in person and online pertaining to equal pay opportunities for women all over the world. This issue has been a controversial topic for decades, but recent social media advocacy campaigns like #timesup and #metoo … Continue reading Opinion: Is there Hope for the Gender Pay Gap?
Whenever I get down on myself or lose my inspiration, I turn to women of past and present who are a tad bit wiser than me. For years, my Monday mornings are filled with sipping my coffee and googling quotes about whatever it is I am growing through. I find clarity and peace in reading … Continue reading Quotable Women in Music
I cannot sing to save my life. No, seriously, I can’t. I watch my boyfriend politely smile as though he’s enjoying hearing me hum a few bars when I am pretty sure he’s dying inside. My singing could make babies cry (and probably has), and caused the window glass of my uber to break. I … Continue reading Stay Unique, Stay Indie.
When you live in a city like New York City, there is never a shortage of live music, shows, or events revolving around music. When I first moved to the city, I challenged myself to go to one show per week— but the show had to be a headliner I had never heard of … Continue reading Music Meets Tech: 4 Apps to Help You Attend Your Next Show
It's Wednesday! Woo! Halfway through the week, y'all. Wednesday, in the social media world, usually means one of two things: 1. We'll reference Mean Girls " On Wednesdays We Wear Pink." in some way, shape, or form. or 2. WCW. Women Crush Wednesday. Well, since I'm not wearing pink today, I'd like to have #2 … Continue reading #WomanCrush Wednesday | Organizations We’re Crushing On
'Twas three weeks before Christmas and all through the office, 6/8 employees searched the internet for holiday gift ideas to blog on... Ticketmaster Gift Card [$25- $1000]: For the music lover in your life who loves the live concert experience, this is a great gift idea as your recipient will be able … Continue reading [Infographic] Holiday Gift Guide for the Music Lover in Your Life
Name: Sinem Saniye Nicknames: Cinnamon, Nemmie, Nem, Nunu, Sines, Si, Nemesis, Semen. Hometown: Dobbs Ferry, NY (Same as Mark Zuckerberg!) Favorite Album of Time: OK Computer Best Concert You’ve Ever Attended: Michael Bublé One of my Favorite Music Videos Is….: Sarah Barailles "Gravity," and pretty much any one-takers! The moment you knew you wanted … Continue reading 6/8 Q&A : Meet Sinem Saniye
In the spirit of Mental Health Awareness Day yesterday (October 10th), and most importantly in the spirit of all of the tumultuous and saddening events going on in the world lately, I felt this quick reminder of a post was needed. Breathe. Just Breathe. I use this tool and have it saved on … Continue reading Breathe. Just Breathe.
Amy Hanna just joined the 6/8 Team as our Production Coordinator. She's a music-loving busybody who has traversed state and country lines all her life for the sake of learning as much about the music industry as she can. She claims music is her only real interest, but has deep love for fashion and social … Continue reading 6/8 Staff Q&A : Welcome to the Team, Amy!