Meet Fan Fair – A Private Social Network Designed To Help Musicians Grow Their Fan Base

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Below is our recent interview with Micheal Ude, Founder at Fan Fair:

Q: Could you provide our readers with a brief introduction to your company?   

A: Fan Fair is a private social network designed to help musicians grow their fan base. We pair musicians to artists who are very similar to them in sound and inspiration, but we make sure they differ in location. We then allow them to share fanbases with each other in secure and reciprocal process that we call Fan Sharing.

Q: Can you give us more insights into your offering?

A: Most tools that are available to musicians today require them to have a large existing network to realize all of the proposed benefits of said tool. Fan Fair is offering to build a digital following for the musician. In the music industry, exposure translates to currency. If content creators have enough fans in their base, they can decide if they want to stay independent or go the traditional record label route and see much more success either way.

Q: What can we expect from your company in next 6 months? What are your plans?

A: Fan Fair is launching version one of the application in mid-March. We are currently hosting analog Artist Mixers in major music cities across the country. We have an open ambassador program and a beta program that we are currently accepting applications on our site.

Q: What is the best thing about your company that people might not know about? 

A: Fan Fair is a platform that was created by artists, for artists. Our founder, Micheal Ude has been in the music industry for 10 years and has experienced firsthand many of the setbacks that are typical for artists trying to overcome the barrier of entry. 

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