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Tim Heslin

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Fresh Tracks Marketing

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Fresh Tracks Marketing

123A Peaceable St.

Redding, Connecticut,06896

United States

Company Description

Fresh Tracks Marketing focuses on creating and executing digital strategies which increase social activity, raise brand awareness and drive sales. Working with the biggest entertainment brands and new product releases, Fresh Tracks Marketing focuses on creat...more

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Tim Heslin, CEO of Fresh Tracks Marketing, has over 18 years of experience in helping music and entertainment companies plan and execute their digital strategies.
Tim started Fresh Tracks after 10 years with Sony Music, where he was most recently, Director of Digital Marketing and Promotions. During his time at Sony, he created and implemented online marketing campaigns for some of the biggest names in music, including Shakira, Incubus, Jennifer Lopez, The Fray, and Ozzy Osbourne. As CEO of Fresh Tracks Marketing, Tim provides full service digital marketing strategy and implementation for Entertainment properties, record labels, artists, video game companies and brands to help them reach their strategic goals.


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Labels still want to hear acts play and see firsthand how audiences react to them, said Tim Heslin, director of online marketing for Epic.And major labels still troll indie labels for acts.But they also scour Internet sites like MySpace.History shows that bands with large Internet audiences sell lots of records, Heslin said."One of the major things you want as a record label is a band that has a fan base already," Heslin said.Once a band is signed, Heslin said, the label will continue to use MySpace to promote the music.And since a MySpace spotlight pays off in album sales, labels lobby the site to get their acts on its coveted front page."MySpace has really become one of our first phone calls in those instances," Heslin said.


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Labels still want to hear acts play and see firsthand how audiences react to them, said Tim Heslin, director of online marketing for Epic. "One of the major things you want as a record label is a band that has a fan base already," he said.Once a band is signed, Heslin said the label will continue to use MySpace to promote the music.


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Labels still want to hear acts play and see firsthand how audiences react to them, said Tim Heslin, director of online marketing for Epic.And major labels still troll indie labels for acts.But they also scour Internet sites like MySpace.History shows that bands with large Internet audiences sell lots of records, Heslin said."One of the major things you want as a record label is a band that has a fan base already," Heslin said.Once a band is signed, Heslin said, the label will continue to use MySpace to promote the music.And since a MySpace spotlight pays off in album sales, labels lobby the site to get their acts on its coveted front page."MySpace has really become one of our first phone calls in those instances," Heslin said.


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Labels still want to hear acts play and see firsthand how audiences react to them, said Tim Heslin, director of online marketing for Epic.And major labels still troll indie labels for acts.But they also scour Internet sites like MySpace.History shows that bands with large Internet audiences sell lots of records, Heslin said. "One of the major things you want as a record label is a band that has a fan base already," Heslin said. Once a band is signed, Heslin said, the label will continue to use MySpace to promote the music.And since a MySpace spotlight pays off in album sales, labels lobby the site to get their acts on its coveted front page."MySpace has really become one of our first phone calls in those instances," Heslin said.


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