Monthly Archives: September 2009

You Can Try, But You Can't Steal A Network

You guys are starting to get familiar with my TwitterRants, where I usually vent about an issue publicly on Twitter. I still have a few bottled up which I may express sooner or later, however, in the meantime, I’d like to share one with you from my homegirl, Fadia Kader.

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During a recent TwitterRant, she offered some cautionary tales, while providing some incredibly useful advice, for those working their way up in the music business (and any business, really).

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Mind Your Email Manners

One of my biggest annoyances is receiving mass emails with my email address exposed in the TO or CC field; along with 500 other unsuspecting recipients. It breeds unwanted solicitation and spam, as well as encouraging others to dismiss netiquette.

If you need to send mass emails, please look into email marketing solutions and mailing list software. If you don’t want to pay for a mailing list service, and instead choose to simply use your regular email account, then please remember to use the BCC function.

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CO-SIGN: Brittany Bosco

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When was the last time you truly fell in love with an artist?

I don’t mean someone that just made you bop your head a couple times or even enticed you to get up and dance. I’m talking about an artist, whom from the very first moment you heard their music, you just knew that you couldn’t live without it from that day on.

That is how I feel about Brittany Bosco.

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Why I Decided To Close My Business

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The past few weeks have been intense – to say the least.

Amongst a heavier-than-usual workload, slicing my thumb like it’s deli meat, and several personal engagements; I also came to a serious decision and milestone in my career. After 4 years of pouring my blood, sweat and tears into my own business, I’ve decided to close shop.

It was not an easy decision, by any means, however it was a decision that was desperately needed.

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