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Want to know one of the best ways to promote yourself? Here it is: Take the focus off yourself and put it where it counts the most: on your fans.
There are many ways to do that, but one cool way is to record your musical journeys and interactions with fans … and then share them. When I say record, I’m not talking audio (although that would be good too). You should also use video and good, old-fashioned still photos using a digital camera.
Here are some examples of how I put this idea into practice using photos on my Flickr account to highlight some of the people I’ve met in recent weeks:
See how this works? Can you find a way to use this idea to highlight and thank your fans?
P.S. All the photos above were taken by Pooki.
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