So you just won your first competition, or just got rave reviews on your new CD, or just got some high profile recognition in the local media. You’re feeling good, and your group should celebrate its victories.
Your group should not, however, let success go to its head.
In this day and age, social networking is one of the primary ways in which an a cappella group can interact with and expand upon its fan base. In this recurring feature, we explore how a group can best use different available technologies to promote itself.
Against all odds, Twitter has emerged as top contender among the most used and most useful social networking tools on the Internet.
Each Tuesday, The A Cappella Blog presents a link to a collegiate a cappella performance, or related material, that we recommend to you.
We welcome clip suggestions from anyone who would like to submit them.
This week, we present University of Georga Noteworthy performing Regina Spektor’s “Fidelity.”