Monthly Archives: March 2011

Finding your tribe: choose your path and start leading

I just listened to the CDBaby podcast with renown author Seth Godin. You can listen to it here. The nugget from this interview (and his new book, Tribes) is both obvious and familiar, yet it bears repeating because we still don’t seem to get it. Remember Robin Williams as the Genie in Disney’s Aladdin? He tranformed himself into a(…)

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Goodbye MySpace

I just cancelled our MySpace Music account. That doesn’t mean I’m advocating that everyone leave MySpace. We just decided it wasn’t doing much for us. I don’t think I’ll regret it. It was really on auto pilot for the past year or so, anyway. The only reason I logged in was to clear out comment(…)

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Who is your music web site for?

I’m current booking two tours, so I’ve been pouring over our Electronic Press Kit to make sure it’s up to date and ready to receive customers. It occurred to me last night that I should also do a quick check of our Bev Barnett & Greg Newlon Web site. Guess what I discovered? Nowhere on our Web site was(…)

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