In Review: June, July, August 2010
Hey everyone, let’s just say these last few months have been slightly hectic.
Between moving to a new city, starting a new day job, and playing music, I haven’t had much time for anything else.
Even though I haven’t been posting as often as I would like, I’m still happy to report that June, July and August were the highest months of traffic this site has ever seen. In the next few weeks, I’m hoping to write some more content ahead of time and get caught up on the posts I’ve missed.
Wayward Musician’s growth has been thanks, in part, to some of the articles here being featured on the popular blogs Music Think Tank and MicControl.
For all of you who have wandered over here from those sites, welcome!
I’m also happy to report that a Dutch translation of 30 Tips For The Typical Musician has been created! So feel free to thank @pimvandewerken for that.
Now moving on…
Every month Every few months I do a recap of what’s been written on Wayward Musician. If you’ve missed any posts, this is a great way to catch up.
Promoting Yourself By Promoting Others: A big thanks goes out to Jon Ostrow for co-publishing this post over at MicControl. You can check out that post here.
The Building Blocks Of Your First Street Team
Getting Your Fans To Sell Your Music For You
6 Ways To Ask Your Fans For Money
How To Track Your Music’s Impact Online
Song Endings That Make An Impact
Selling Out Your Shows Every Time
Besides co-publishing a post with MicControl, I’m proud that three of the past articles written here on WM also got picked up on the influential blog Music Think Tank. The articles featured were: Revealing Shakespeare’s Inner Pirate, 30 Tips For The Typical Musician, and Selling Out Your Shows Every Time, and all received a lot of great comments. Feel free to head on over there and add your own comments to the discussion if you missed out.
Lastly, thanks to all of you new subscribers here, I’m looking forward to hearing what you have to say.
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