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 1. Join a performing rights organization (PRO) as a performer : Make sure you register your songs with a pro such as PRS, ASCAP, BMI, or SESAC. This will ensure that you receive royalties when your music is performed, streamed, or sold.

2. Understand copyright law: Familiarize yourself with copyright law so that you can protect your music and prevent others from using it without permission.

3. Build relationships with music industry professionals: Connect with music publishers, producers, and other industry professionals who can help you get your music out there. Attend music conferences and networking events to meet people and build your network.

4. Consider a publishing deal: If you're serious about music publishing, consider signing a publishing deal with a music publisher. A good publisher can help you monetize your music and get it in front of the right people.

5. Be strategic with your releases: Plan your releases strategically and build buzz around your music. Use social media, email marketing, and other tactics to get your music in front of your target audience.

6. Be persistent: The music industry can be tough, and success doesn't happen overnight. Be persistent and keep creating and releasing music. With hard work and dedication, you can achieve your goals.


❤️ Rhiza Team