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Ariel Hyatt book

Ariel, formerly of Denver and COMA, writes: Last week I had the pleasure of joining Michael Warner, author of Work Hard Playlist Hard, for a chat on his Twitch channel with the subject of the Path to Playlists. We discussed a lot about my upcoming book The Ultimate Guide to Music Publicity, which releases on paperback on 6/17. It is currently the #1 new release in Music Business on Amazon!

I have been serving independent musicians for nearly 25 years. I started my PR firm in 1996, which eventually rebranded as Cyber PR. As you know, we here at Cyber PR do online PR, Marketing, Promotion, and help artists with long-term goals.

I originally published an e-book a few years ago, but since saw a need for a definitive book FOR MUSICIANS dedicated to music publicity. There hasn’t been one since the ’90s, when Billboard released The Billboard Guide to Music Publicity.

My book is not just an inspirational story but actionable steps on how musicians can elevate their careers.

You can watch the whole interview here:
https://www.twitch.tv/videos/1035204858?ck_subscriber_id=463327248

Ariel

PS – Pre-order the book today for a chance to win a FREE PR Campaign!
https://www.cyberprmusic.com/ultimateguide/?ck_subscriber_id=463327248

“Once again Ariel Hyatt has put together a comprehensive guide of insider information that musicians want and deserve to know. I highly recommend this book for musicians interested in the modern publicity landscape at any stage of their career.”

~ Emily White, Partner at Collective Entertainment

“This book is so needed because it’s such a misunderstood and counter-intuitive field. It’s hard to imagine what it’s like to be on the receiving end of your music. Ariel explains the mindset better than I’ve ever seen, but most importantly gives you concrete action steps so you can begin right away and start getting results.”

~ Derek Sivers, CD Baby Founder

Ariel Hyatt
ariel@cyberpr.com

https://www.twitch.tv/videos/1035204858
https://workhardplaylisthard.com/
[Thank you to Alex Teitz, http://www.femmusic.com, for contributing this article.]

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