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September 14, 2006

Indie Music Success & Nerves

Check out this video blog post on which I make a personal confession ... and transform it into a crucial music marketing lesson.


P.S. You can also watch a streaming version of this video at

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posted by Bob Baker @ 7:51 PM   3 comments


At Sep 19, 2006, 1:51:00 PM, Blogger Joe Shockley said...

Hey Bob,

Great Post! My band and podcast are seeing results as a result of this very topic! I'd say about a month or so a go I bought your Myspace music marketing PDF and then a week or so later I bought your interview with John Taglieri. After a long period of time with the band doing very little I finally got us back on track in terms of marketing and promoting... even though we are miles away from our goal, we have started selling CD's again, have booked more shows and been busy interacting with our myspace friends and our industry friends as well. Just being consistent is the key! As you said you may not see the results your self right away... but just looking back from a month ago I see a very significant difference.

All the best in your recovery Bob, looking forward to more great tips!


At Sep 22, 2006, 5:22:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

greetings bob

i am aware of the condition that you had/have temporarily.

i would like to say that the book "think and grow rich" is about estalishing in the mind that whatever you suggest to it will happen. i really suggest you try the methods in this book for your condition and i pray you get well soon. minty

At Sep 27, 2006, 8:03:00 PM, Anonymous MikeB said...

Hi Bob,

I hope you're well on your way to recovery now. Thanks for sharing a message with us, despite the condition -- that's commitment! You rock.



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