Anyone here who posts music or links to music get much work that way? (I ask the same question in the Facebook Group "Film Composers United"). It seems to me that composers will listen to other composer's music that way, but like anything else in the music industry, prospective filmmakers will not just randomly (or perhaps sequentially - :) ) listen to music of people who post their wares here. When a filmmaker needs music, imho, they consider the ones they have worked with already or ask around for recommendations or perhaps consider the ones they have met personally at mixers, film festivals, etc. Posting to an internet group of any type seems to me not much different than posting a resume on a job search site like monster.com etc. So I am wondering why people do it? Is it just to cover the bases in addition to the other conventional ways of networking. I am a member of various professional film industry and music industry groups and film industry "meetup groups". However, I have found that working with other filmmakers especially through the various 'film competitions' (like 48hour film project and others like 168film), has been the main avenue for me to connect with an find scoring jobs on films. Then once I connect with a filmmaker (often I am the first composer they have worked with), they are more likely to want to use me on additional films. For example, I have two IMDB credits with a filmmaker (initially a 48 hour film and then a short). Now I am on crew to score his next short being shot next month. Perhaps the way people market themselves who live in the LA area are different from the way we here in Texas have to find local filmmakers to collaborate with.