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Your Rabid Fans

By, Wendy Day Every artist or product needs rabid fans. These are the die hard fans who believe in you or your product, and support you unconditionally. They engage with you on social media, they pay for your music, they come see your live shows, they buy and wear your t-shirts and hats, and most importantly, they talk about you to other people. I am from the school of thought that word of mouth is very, very important.
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