It’s always a pleasure to pass along tools and tips that have helped make me a better live music blogger, thinker and creative person. And one person who’s helped me do so is Seth Godin. Though, I’ve never met the guy, I have read his books, and his blog is one of my favorite to […]
Continuing our series on on blogging how to’s and tips, here’s a review I wrote for Website Magazine of ProBlogger: Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income
When began our race with Lap One’s inspirational and creativity tips to help get you started and keep your blog running even when it gets tough and your creative side gets fried and your blogger legs start to wobble and burn. Now it’s time for Lap Two. And since every blog has a story, I’ll […]
It’s time to take another special blogging detour from our usual concert adventures. What sort of diversion are we going to take this time? Well, in this three-part series I’ll share some tips, tools and a story that you can use to start your own blog, whether it’s about live music or anything else.
As the summer concert season begins to heat up, let’s see which festivals are offering iPhone apps and giving fans easy access to set lists, exclusive content and mobile alternatives to the crumpled paper schedule.
Like I did on Do You Know How To Pitch To Bloggers?, I’d like to share with you another helpful set of tools that music bloggers and PR folk can use to make better connections on the web via new and social media.
Ask anyone who’s been there before and they’ll tell you that playing and going to SXSW Music Festival is lots of fun. But there’s a little more to it than that. So let’s see how things are going so far at this year’s festival, and see what bands and fans can do to prep for […]
Yesterday I received an email from hip hop/folk artist Tim Fite. It made me laugh like most of his quirky and oddly entertaining newsletter updates do. But this one was special and I’d like to share it with you because of how he creatively promotes his upcoming New York show.