Interested in Guest Posting?
Please contact our guest post manager, Evan Manconi directly.
Just a Quick Note…
Hey, it’s David Andrew Wiebe here.
Words cannot express how much I appreciate you. Thank you for your interest in contacting me. There are a few things I need to make you aware of.
First, I do not accept communication via instant messaging or phone, even from clients (unless they’ve been given a special link where they can book a time to talk with me). I’m also cutting down on email communication, especially from those whom:
- I haven’t worked with.
- Aren’t my clients, vendors or partners.
- Aren’t personal contacts.
- Aren’t past podcast guests.
- Aren’t a part of my mastermind group.
- Aren’t part of my inner circle.
This is because I don’t prioritize emails and it’s unfair to you for me to set up the expectation that I do. So, if you’re looking for an immediate response, I would not recommend emailing me to begin with.
Most days I spend long hours writing, recording, training, coaching, tending to online or offline meetings and hosting and organizing local creative events. When I’m not doing those things, I’m either traveling or spending time with people I care about.
That’s why I’ve set up our support team to handle communication. If there’s an urgent or important matter that needs addressing, I will receive a notification from support so I can personally deal with it. So, please use the link provided at the top or bottom of the page to contact support. See the big, bold red buttons?
Also, please be patient with us as we work out the kinks. Our process isn’t perfect yet.
If you still need to get in touch with me personally for any reason, I would suggest signing up for our email list, as I’m always glad to interact with serious and committed members of the community.
If you’re interested in guest blogging or advertising with us, you can find the relevant links below:
- Submit a Guest Post to The Music Entrepreneur HQ
- Advertising Opportunities with The Music Entrepreneur HQ
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you a talent manager? Can I hire you to promote my music?
No, I am not a talent manager, tour manager, booking agent, A&R rep or anything of the sort. I also get paid for everything I take on, so I’m not interested in making a percentage on the money I help you earn (revenue share deals are a different matter though).
My function is writing, recording, training and coaching. I connect people like you with the tools and resources you need to take your career beyond. If you apply what you learn here, I have no doubt you’ll achieve expanded results in your career.
Here are some great places to start:
Can you cover my story?
We get requests to cover dozens of stories every single week.
In the past, we offered coverage for a variety of stories from various sources. But at present, we are focused on producing in-house content that’s closely aligned with our brand. That may change down the line, but that’s what is so right now.
Naturally, we’re always curious to know what’s happening in the industry and how tech is evolving. But we can’t promise any coverage beyond publishing your story on our secondary blog, Music Entrepreneur News.
So, if you’d like, you can contact support and we’ll have a look over your story. But again, we do not promise coverage.
Can I be featured on your podcast?
We get many requests and cannot guarantee a booking.
But we still accept and welcome submissions, as that’s how some of our best guests were booked.
So, please contact support and send along any relevant information we may need for the selection process.
Will you invest in my music/business/organization?
Thanks for asking.
I am an investor, but I am not currently looking for opportunities to invest.
Also, for your business to qualify, ideally it should be in the music industry, and if not, at least in the creative or entertainment industries.
Feel free to check back from time to time to see if I am investing.