We are super excited to announce the arrival of a new tool that will help both the artist and talent seekers during the booking process, Gigmor’s Estimated Local Fan Base!
It’s designed to see artists’ audience growth and career trajectory in one place. We believe this will become an essential tool for indie artists who are growing their career and building a fan base as well as for talent seekers who are trying to predict ticket sales and concert attendance.
The Estimated Local Fan Base draws data from an artists social media in a way that is totally unique to Gigmor. Our engineering team developed an accurate way of counting how many fans that artist has in their own city. They also went one step further and developed a way to tell how many fans that artist has in the Talent Seekers city.
Let’s use Junior227 GigScore for example.
- Junior227 is a Pro Member.
- Lives in Denver.
- Below ‘Estimated Local Fanbase’ you will see ‘Artist Location.’
- To the right, is ‘My Location’ which is where you are located.
- Toggle between both to see the difference in the local audience estimate.
In his location, he has an Estimated Fanbase of 60. In LA, it’s 412. Pretty cool information to have in your arsenal, right? Take a look around Gigmor and you’ll find some pretty amazing artists with some really high scores. Scores that will, hopefully, make booking easier and more reliable for you!
We’re already planning to add more functionality to what we hope is an essential tool, so stay tuned! To check out how big your local fanbase is, just head to your public profile and click the GigScore tab.