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February 10, 2009

My Best Music Career Advice

Do you really know the best way to succeed with your music? Are you certain about the best path to get there?

Not so fast!

Watch this video clip before you commit to any new music career plan or marketing campaign.




-Bob

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posted by Bob Baker @ 8:03 AM   3 comments


3 Comments:

At Feb 10, 2009, 11:25:00 AM, Blogger Ruby said...

Bob,
Thank you!! Your recent video clip re: thinking outside the box was GREAT. I needed to hear it today. Being a songwriter who has more happening at present income-wise with my photography work... I'm designing a new website, focusing on my photos RATHER than my songs. BUT, it will include info, sound clips, links and contacts to my music sites.

So, while reaching an entirely new audience, a different market... people who buy photos and need a photographer, they will also hear my music and be exposed to the very same links and bio info re: my songs. Whew... that was a long sentence, but, you get my point...? I got yours!
So, that is how I am applying your timely advice.
Thank you! Also thank you for your emails. I read them and learn! Good work!

Pamela Ruby Russell
Rubytunes Music
Phantasies & Earthings Photography
www.nextcat.com/rubytunes
Also at: CDbaby.com, Sonicbids & iTunes

 
At Feb 15, 2009, 12:12:00 PM, Blogger Hilary said...

"P.S. Did you enjoy this blog post?"

No. Especially the "stopped at the light" story which presumes that people who elbow their way in front of the line are good people and people who respect others and take their turn are bad people.

 
At Dec 30, 2009, 1:56:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love this site! Thank you sooo much for all your posts!

 

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