Blog.MusicianTuner.com For Writers and Press
The resource page for writers, press, and magazine culture/direction is finally here. It can be found at Blog.MusicianTuner.com. Let me give you a glimpse of what I’ve learned about this project which is becoming a big part of my life.
The charisma that is Musician Tuner Magazine has been something I never thought possible. With me, only as an administrator, the magazine has taken shape all on its own. From the writers to the website itself. I have done NO search engine optimization and have kept to only basic online promotional methods such as Facebook and Twitter. Word of mouth has been the biggest impact in the sites reach in the Boston area. Back to the point of this post: The culture and direction of Musician Tuner has taken shape on its own. As a genuine source of musical inspiration and music news it is truly becoming such. So, it would be terrible of me to flood the site with ads and marketing banter during what is a ‘naturally occurring success’ based on volunteer writers and a genuine push for real music news. So for now, Musician Tuner Magazine will be ad free until the right time is very evident. Sometimes I think about what the site is lacking but then I realize that the first post was in July… Whatever Musician Tuner has become since has been on its own and only guided by me and its great writers.
With the October 1st release date a few days away we have reached several goals. The quality of articles and the daily visitors (reaching upwards of 100 per day and sometimes more) could not have been if not for several writers who truly gave their articles some time and effort. I’m truly impressed with all of them.
Blog.MusicianTuner.com will be a great place to read about everything site related. A real resource for information about what’s going on behind the scenes. I can’t wait to show off what’s in store for the website but keeping it on the DL is the right thing to do for now. I could have got some of the ideas off the ground and in time for the release date but time and money are not playing into the plan. I’m starting a web development company which was how this all began in the first place. That being said, Musician Tuner Magazine and musiciantuner.com will be a cornerstone of my portfolio and what I/We) are capable of. This way I can show off everything publicly and give the other online mags a real run for their money… without money and without money being at the center of the project.
These things are what raise the bar in any industry- a real motivation to attain a greater level. What I have in store is amazing and these truly are the early days of Musician Tuner Magazine.