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Promoting Your Books, Lessons, etc on

Hey all,

I haven't posted here in ages, but I am trying to get the word out that I am always looking for great content on my website,, so I thought I'd mention it here, as it has been a solid promotional opportunity for many professional saxophone players and educators.

In case you haven't heard of the site before, it is quite popular and gets anywhere between 25,000 to 40,000+ unique visitors per month, and just about 100% of those visitors will be interested in quality saxophone learning content. If you do contribute an article, there will be a prominent yellow box where at the end of your article where you can advertise and link to anything you'd like to promote. I have gotten a good amount of feedback from guest writers telling me that they saw a spike in their business after posting an article to the site, so my hope is that any of you guys would have the same or better results.

I go into my whole "spiel" about writing for the website here:, but basically, if you have a book you want to promote, you can include an excerpt or 1 or two sheet music exercises with a few paragraphs on how to approach the exercise. It doesn't have to be anything epic (unless you want it to be!).

Of course, if you don't have a book and just want to promote your Skype lessons, album, website, or anything else, any sort of how-to article is likely to get you solid exposure.

Anyhow, I hope some of you guys will consider it, please let me know if you have any questions.

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