A guide to internet monitoring and media relations follow-up for your music The day has come- your track or album is out, and you’re mobilizing to make it known to as many people as possible. In this very intense period, it’s important to understand that the work of promoting a track or a project in its entirety doesn’t stop at sending it to journalists or the media. Indeed, whether or not you use the Groover platform to send your tracks, it is essential to work on recontacting medias and monitoring the internet in order to maximize your feedback and above all, not to miss the potential coverage.
You may have noticed this recently, but sometimes a journalist or media outlet will offer to share your track, whether it’s in an article, a Spotify playlist or on their social networks. The days and weeks go by and you don’t hear from them and their promise… So you start to think that it’s never going to happen. However, maybe your track is already online on that blog you’ve been coveting without you even knowing it! To keep on top of things, there are some good practices to adopt..