- Fiverr offers plenty of great ways to help you with your music promo
- We run you through 10 music promotion services on Fiverr that you can take advantage of
- Fun fact: we used this service on Fiverr for the image above.
Being a musician (whether you have a music career or you’re a bedroom producer) is actually much more than JUST being a musician or producer.
Aside from creating music (and making it sound good!), there’s a whole other world of tasks to tick off before you get your song heard. This can be anything from
- Logo design
- Press release writing
- Blog pitching
- Video creation
- & more
This is not only a huge use of time but it’s also very difficult to be good at everything. Luckily there are some great places to help you with your music promo, one of these being Fiverr.
Here are 11 of the best music promotion & marketing services on Fiverr worth taking a look at.
10 Best Music Marketing & Promotional Services On Fiverr
1. Bio Writing
One of the things that are really important when trying to capture the attention of the music industry is a great bio. But writing your own biography can be tough as it can be tricky to make yourself sound good without coming off as arrogant or a bit corny. That’s where a professional can come in.
Usually, you’ll be asked a few straightforward questions about your music, your background, and a little bit about the act or band and from there, your bio will be crafted from a subjective perspective giving you much more time to focus on other things (such as making music!).
2. PR Writing
Let’s face it, no one gets into making music because of PR. Yet PR is such an integral part of the industry and makes up a lot of the available Fiverr music promotion services.
Hiring someone to take care of your PR can be really helpful in boosting your music career. There are a lot of music promotion companies out there but using Fiverr for this kind of service can be a quick and easy way to help promote your latest album or single launch.
Also check out our guide to writing a music press release.
Similar to a bio, a PR writer will want to know some details about your music and you as an artist and from there can compose a killer press release to help your song reach the right people.
Prices will vary depending on variables such as word length and turnaround time.
3. Logo Design
A great logo is crucial for any band or artist and something that can often be overlooked.
A logo helps tell a potential listener what to expect from your music, so making an impact is extremely important, especially as your logo will be displayed across your social media pages and your merchandise.
It’s worth looking through Fiverr and seeing who has created great logos in your genre and spending a little cash on creating something bespoke for you.
4. Merch Design
Not to sound too much like a corporate machine, but music merchandise is quite literally a walking advert for your music.
In fact, merch makes up a huge percentage of income for touring artists, and considering revenue from streaming is extremely low, merch is a great way of growing a fanbase and your earnings as an artist.
Of course, any piece of merchandise needs to be cleverly designed, it’s not just a case of slapping your logo on a t-shirt and ordering 5 boxes worth. In fact, merchandise is becoming more and more unusual and innovative in itself, from branded lighters to dressing gowns and underwear!
You’ll need to factor in the costs of producing the merchandise and remember the higher amounts you order the less you’ll pay per item, but it’s worth making a plan on what is reasonable for you to order.
The first step however is to get your merch designed. Here are 2 we recommend:
- weervector (band/producer merch generalist)
- danigraph (specializes in sticker designs)
5. Album Art Design
Ok, we’ve hammered the point, any band or artist releasing music needs great artwork. This extends to album art too!
A few things to consider are whether the art is just for a thumbnail for use on a subscription service, or whether the album will have a physical print run requiring an album inlay. Maybe you’re going all out and doing a limited run of picture disc vinyl.
Great album artwork needs to be relevant to your music and convey the right message. For example, if you’re releasing a hip-hop album, then a picture of an animal corpse might not be as impactful as it would for an extreme metal act!
6. Music Videos
We did say that you can get pretty much anything made on Fiverr! This includes a custom music video.
Of course, getting the whole band together for a live video shoot probably isn’t feasible but there are plenty of innovative options available.
For example, you could look at an animated music video, or perhaps a lyric video could be commissioned to coincide with a new single release.
Another option is to film the video yourself and hire a Fiverr editor to piece it together for you, add effects and create a great-looking promotional clip for your songs.
We’ve found some really interesting ideas on Fiverr such as hand-drawn, animated music videos from artisto_dan, or even anime music videos from jaxzander. Whatever style of video you’re after as a music artist, it’s worth browsing through and seeing what’s on offer.
7. Blog Pitching
Blogs are a great way of promoting music, whether that’s a review, interview, or even just inclusion in a rundown of new releases.
Of course, finding a freelance music journalist to write about you is a good way of gaining exposure, but finding several blogs to be featured can be more difficult.
If you need music promotion help and want to be featured on blogs, there are a ton of Fiverr services that will do just that. Now there are a couple of options, some will feature you on their blog whilst others with pitch your release to a selection of blogs.
Both can be beneficial but make sure whoever you’re paying will be pitching to relevant sites and journalists, the last thing you want is your techno album being sent out to a hundred classical music sites!
Prices may vary depending on the number of blogs you will be submitted to, so make sure to keep an eye out for the varying levels of service.
We haven’t personally tried algo89xx, but it is highly rated and well-priced. We also like that he tailors your submissions based on your genre, rather than opting for the “spray and pray” approach.
8. TikTok Dance Videos
Right, hear us out on this one. This might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to promoting your music, and TikTok probably isn’t one of the first music promotion sites you’d consider, but creating unique and fun content can really help draw attention to your song or album.
There are a lot of services that will create TikTok dance videos, with plenty of other options to explore for the platform. As one of the biggest social media apps in the world, taking advantage of TikTok can be really lucrative for your music.
Maybe dancing isn’t what you’re looking for but we would definitely say browsing various TikTok content services is a great way to promote your release.
9. Social Media
You’ve got your album ready, it’s on an audio streaming platform, now what do you do?
Well, social media is easily one of the best ways of reaching new fans and promoting your latest song. Consistency is key, as are tracking analytics, but this is something that can easily be overlooked.
Hiring someone to either take care of your social media presence or even just run a temporary campaign is well worth taking advantage of on Fiverr.
There are lots of social media gigs on fiver depending on your aims, we’d recommend checking out some of these top rated services.
10. Weird & Wonderful “Other” Services
We do need to give a shout-out to some of the weirder services on there such as ‘I Will Put Your Message In A Bottle And Throw It In The Sea’. This may not be the most efficient way of promoting your music, but maybe sending a flyer could find you a fan on a desert island somewhere.
Maybe ‘I Will Create 2 Funny Videos From The Rock With The Message You Want’ could be a great promo tool, after all, who wouldn’t want Dwayne Johnson promoting their album?
Fiverr is a great resource for music promotion services — you can find just about anything on there. The great thing is sellers are rated and will usually have a chat with you about your project’s needs before getting started.
To get the most out of Fiverr, definitely read over the reviews, check out their portfolios, and even chat with the seller before you go ahead and order. That way you know for sure that you won’t be spinning your wheels hiring people that end up not being the right fit.