How To Promote Music on Facebook ( Tips that work in 2024)

Wondering where to start? Keep reading as this article will detail how to promote music on Facebook in 2022.

With over 2.7 billion users worldwide, Facebook connects about 35% of our present population.  As such, it is a good place for you to shine as a musician.

Compared to other social media platforms, Facebook allows you to gain more fans, empowerment, and recognition. But, you will need to use the best strategies to connect with more people globally.

How To Promote Music on Facebook ( Tips that work in 2024)

Is Facebook a Good Way To Promote Your Music?

Is Facebook a good way to promote music

Facebook one of the best platforms to promote your music. Sure, facebook’s popularity has dipped in recent years as Instagram and TikTok shone, but it still offers the best promotional tools of all, and it is one of the best places to share your talent with over 2 billion people.

Facebook is the king of the social media world and it's your ultimate tool to level up your follower game.

With all its cool features from sharing posts, updating your status, going live, to sharing videos and articles Facebook really does have it all.

It's like having Instagram, Tiktok and Youtube all rolled into one neat package.

But the best part? You can keep things totally professional while also having a blast.

Just think about it – the largest user base is right at your fingertips. This means you've got an insane chance to sky rocket your fanbase with a smart approach.

Let us see how you can promote your music on Facebook in 2022.

Viral Tips on How to Promote Your Music on Facebook

Here are some simple tips to help you promote music on Facebook without breaking the bank.

Create a Facebook Page

Create a facebook page

Start with creating a Facebook “page” for your music business. It is essential to optimize your page and fill out as much information as possible with an straightforward BIO describing you as an artist.

Before opening an official page, you need to have a personal account. When you have a personal profile, you can convert it into a page or use it to open a new official page. 

Here are simple steps you could follow to set up your Facebook page;

  • Sign up for an account or log in to your Facebook account
  • Click Menu, then Create and then click Page
  • Fill ot the details of your page, including; your official stage name, category (musician or band), and a short description (you could describe your genre, where you’re from, etc.)
  • Click Create Page
  • Add a clear profile photo and other contact information you need to share. Remember to add a link to your website so fans can visit for more information. In addition, share links to other social media platforms like Instagram, TikTok, and twitter.

With all details entered, it is time to start engaging with fans and promoting your music. We share how below, so keep reading. 

Share your page

You've gotta share your page with your tribe, not just as a routine activity, but as an essential part of your musical journey.

Why, you ask? Well, it’s pretty simple. The more people vibing with your creations, the bigger your audience grows. And what better way to amplify this than by harnessing the power of Facebook?

Don’t just upload and go. Make sure you share that link. Drop it into chat groups, fan pages or even in comments.

But hey, don’t stop there! Get your buddies involved too! A little nudge for them to tap that ‘Follow' button and share it further within their circles can do wonders.

Remember folks: Your music is magic; don't let it stay hidden.
Share more. Engage more. Rock on!

Start Posting

The only way to create interactions and grow your fanbase is by posting on Facebook. Luckily, Facebook allows six types of posts like;

  • Photos. You can put up photos of you that depict your musical journey. It is also okay once in a while to post some photos not related to your music so your fans can also relate with your lifestyle.
  • Videos. You can post a behind-the-scenes video of your studio recording or music video. 
  • Links. You can post a link guiding your fans to your Youtube channel or official website. In addition, you can aso post a link about any magazine or TV features you get as well as collaborations with other professionals in the industry.
  • Events. You can use this feature to post your upcoming gigs so fans can book early.
  • Questions. When you put up a question post, ask for your fan’s thoughts, advice and more. Asking for their feedback will make them feel a part of your musical journey, not to mention the wealth of knowledge you can also get from them.
  • Simple text You can also connect with fans through text where you can post thoughts, fun quotes, opinions,, or anything that you know will benefit your musical journey.

Whichever post you decide to put up, remember to refer to your music so you never go off topic. That said, you can also be creative by sharing your life’s moments and how they helped shape your music career or a particular song.

Reply to your followers' comments.

Reply to comment

Your loyal fans will come to your new post to comment. It would be best to reach back to them by replying to some comments to encourage them to stay active on your page. It also shows that you are passionate and care about your followers.

Post Status Updates

The facebook Status feature allows you to share spur-of-the-moment moments with your fans.. You can update your fun moments, new songs, videos, or upcoming live shows that will help keep your page active.

Participate in Giveaways

One of the best strategies to promote your music on Facebook is taking part in giveaways to make your audience feel special. 

Suppose you have followers who “like” and “follow” your page or even leave their email addresses behind; you can appreciate them with free stuff such as merchandise bearing your name, free tickets, MP3s, and so on. 

In addition, holding competitions regularly will keep people coming back to your website and help build your following simultaneously.

Use Facebook Ads

Facebook ads for musicians are a perfect tool to gain exposure as a musician. Before posting an ad, have answers for the following questions;

  1. Who is your target audience? Consider age, gender, and area
  2. Do you want many fans and followers on your Facebook page? If so, how often would you like them to interact with your account?
  3. Are you promoting a live session, music video, or merchandise sales?

Facebook ads allow you to do all of these at a go. But, various factors can determine how ads perform when you optimize and set your budget.

For example, you need to consider how much competition you face so you ads can be effective.

Note that Facebook Ads are priced according to the auction system where they compete for users' feeds.

So, if you target the same group of people with other artists, the cost will be much higher because you compete with the ads on people's feeds.

Make live sessions on Facebook

Facebook live session

Facebook provides the “live” feature, enabling you to connect with your fans through video chats.

This is ideal, since it gives you the chance to connect with your audience face to face. When you have a new project on the horizon, you can go live to make a simple announcement, ask for your fans’ thoughts, and also interact with them on other things.

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How to Run Facebook Ads for Music (Extended Guide)

Let's Dive Into the World of Facebook Ads for Music Promotion!

To kick things off, you need a Facebook Business Account. This is your gateway to the world of advertising. If you haven’t set up one yet, don't worry! It’s pretty easy.

Once done with that, it's time for the fun stuff – creating your ad campaign.

Step 1: Set Your Objective
Decide what you want to achieve with your ads. Is it awareness? Engagement? The platform offers various options; pick the one that aligns best with your goals.

Step 2: Define Your Audience
This is crucial! Tailoring your music to specific demographics increases chances of interest and engagement. Think about who would enjoy your sound and target them.

Next step is to set up Budget & Schedule. How much you want to spend and when do you want your ads running? Once decided, input these details into Facebook's Ads Manager.

Step 3: Create Engaging Ad Content
Here lies an opportunity to unleash creativity. Use eye-catching images or videos along with catchy text. Remember, this needs to resonate with the audience you're targeting!


Just hit that button and voila! Your ad starts reaching people in no time. A quick tip here – utilize A/B testing.

This involves running two similar ads simultaneously but changing one variable (like image or text) in order see which performs better.

Once everything is setup alright, take a breather but don't completely relax just yet because monitoring performance becomes key afterwards.

Running Facebook Ads for music promotion isn't rocket science; rather it’s an art which gets better over time as you understand more about what works best for YOUR music.

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Arielle P

Arielle P

Songwriter | Music Producer | Engineer.

With a background in music production and a strong passion for education, Arielle is dedicated to helping emerging artists navigate the music industry. She has worked with a diverse range of artists, from indie rock bands to well-known hip-hop and grime artists. Arielle's unique approach to teaching focuses on empowering artists to take control of their brand, ensuring they retain creative ownership throughout their journey. In her free time, she enjoys experimenting with new sounds in her home studio and sharing her insights through music production tutorials and workshops.

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