So by now, you’re familiar with HearMeOut and you’re getting used to having your voice heard by the world. Feels good, doesn’t it?
The next step is making sure everyone else you know online hears you.
One of the best ways to get new followers to your HearMeOut profile and make sure more people are listening to you is to simply use your other social network channels.
Welcome! We are so happy that you joined the voice movement and the HearMeOut community. Now that you are here, let us hook you up with some interesting voices.
- The Discovery Screen:
It’s so simple. You can find who’s trending right now on HearMeOut. You will also find people that we think you might know. Check out some new voices, the sounds might surprise you!
Times are crazy (aren’t they always?). The last few years have shown us that revolutions start online – and mostly on social networks. Most places on Earth are connected to the internet, and many people across the world are using social platforms to say what they think. We all have a voice, an opinion, and now it’s easier than ever to share it with everyone.
Your voice is the strongest asset you have – don’t be afraid to say what you think about things that are important to you.
HearMeOut gives you the perfect solution to make sure your voice is heard while things are happening in real time.
Your voice is unique and one of a kind. Now, we want people to hear you out, right?
Ok, this is how to make it happen:
1.Make your description heard: Make sure that the ‘headline’ you give to your new posts gives your listeners’ a good understanding of what you are talking about.For example – ‘My potato salad recipe in 40 seconds!’ or ‘Why I think the Giants will win the game tonight’.
All you need is love, the Beatles wisely said, and these days, you need a strong community to give you said love. Your fans are what keep you going, they are the reason you work so hard and push through hard times. Their feedback gives you the fuel you need to move forward to become a better artist. Also, isn’t super fun to get to sign your name on someone’s tee-shirt? Just saying.
In the last decade, social networks have changed the way musicians and vocal artists connect with their fan base. These platforms give you different ways to reach a new audience, to collaborate with fellow artists and to share your voice with the world.