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    seohelper
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    I started a music page and have less than 100 followers. One common piece of advice to grow my following, also known as Gary Vs $1.80 strategy, is to find relevant hashtags and leave comments on the top 9 posts.

    Now I made a list of relevant hashtags for my own posts that have between 15k-250k posts, so I decided to search these same hashtags and leave comments in hopes of adding a few followers.

    Question #1: The challenge I have is since I’m using less popular hashtags, sometimes the top posts will be anywhere from a few days to a few weeks old and no one will have commented on those posts for a while. Is it worth leaving a comment on these posts if they’re a few days/weeks old? Or should I only comment on posts that are less than 24 hours old?

    Question #2: a lot of my hashtags are stuff like #torontorapper or #musiciansofinstagram. Naturally, the top posts will be from other musicians. I could leave comments and engage in their posts, but I don’t want to build a following of just other artists. They won’t be the ones looking to become fans. I know when I see another beatmaker or very new artist comment on my posts pretending to care about my post, but really trying to build a following, i easily ignore it. I’m looking for new fans. Is it worth leaving comments on these types of posts from other musicians with little to no followings such as myself? I don’t want 1000 followers of struggling musicians and beatmakers, that won’t translate into streams and engagement imo.

    #12594
    recoverbotanicals

    > I could leave comments and engage in their posts, but I don’t want to build a following of just other artists. They won’t be the ones looking to become fans. I know when I see another beatmaker or very new artist comment on my posts pretending to care about my post, but really trying to build a following, i easily ignore it. I’m looking for new fans

    Genuinely collaborating and networking with others who do what you do is one of the fastest and most powerful ways to grow your personal brand. There’s obviously situations where it’s not a win-win, but many times you can cultivate a win-win collaboration situation with others in your space

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