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crowd.fm helps event promoters, venues, bands, musicians and DJs maximise exposure for their events by connecting and publishing to social networks and listings sites from one convenient place.
Last updated 6 Aug 2015
Published 20 Sep 2012
There is a train of thought that says that after you have created a Facebook event and shared it then thats all the hard work done. Of course that rarely works and, to make a truly successful event, you need to diversify and co-ordinate your campaign across several different outlets and social networks. Crowd.fm Helps everyone from event promoters, venues, bands, musicians and DJ's co-ordinate and maximize their exposure by helping put together a personalized social network campaign that run simultaneously.
Crowd.fm helps everyone connected to the fine art of gig or event promotion maximise the exposure for their events by connecting and publishing to social networks and relevant listings sites from one convenient place. It's easy to publish your gig or event across lots of different elements of the web in one click and take the frustration out of promoting your events online. Manually listing your events online is repetitive and time consuming but here you can write your information and schedule the release of your listings to maximise their impact and reach more fans. So how does it work? It's very simple and takes just three steps. Start off by entering details for your event including an image and a web link. Then all you have to do is to specify where your event should be listed whether it be Facebook, Twitter, Eventful, Upcoming, Songkick, Last.fm orSoundCloud, One click and your event is automatically listed on all your chosen listings and social network sites. If you prefer you can publish it later. Managing your changes is easy too and you can update details, re-arrange dates, cancel and track your events all in one easy to use place.
Crowd.fm could well become an indispensable tool for gig or event promotions. I can certainly see it being very beneficial for the small bar or art gallery wishing to promote a promotion night or art show. At under ten bucks a month it's a pretty cheap way of advertising your brand or product. Crowd.fm is very simple to use and it's literally three simple steps till its finished and ready to go. For artists and bands promoting a gig or a cd release there is the opportunity to make further contact with fans and for promoters and agencies there is the opportunity to maximize your promotions and exposure. If you want to try it out there's a free 15 day trial on if you are quick.