Should I do some music reviews on here? I used to do that for The Stater. I could just go around to local bands and check out the scene, do some casual interviews and really listen to the music and then write a blog about it. I can even use the band's press photos (which is super easy in the digital age). I could do albums or go to shows. Either way I will conduct an interview of some sort. I will do it through email and do it kind of Rolling Stones style, with my take on it and then a transcription of the interview, verbatim. Casual. Honest.
I am just trying to think of more ways I can build my audience on here. I feel like that this is going to be the key to my success, because it is free and accessible, and, when I do occasionally release something for sale I will self-publish and do it cheaply just so I can make more of the profit, which I can invest into actual advertising.
This way will take longer but ultimately it will build me a loyal audience, because, well, I don't know. This is free. I like that, and, as far as I am concerned, free = freedom.
I don't have to be rich or popular but I do want to try and make a living of some sort, but only if I can sustain it with a steady profit, because I still have to pay my bills and fix my credit.
Any move I make at this point in my life has to be strategic.
I feel like I need to watch "Field of Dreams". If I build it they will come?
I don't know if I can hold my breath on that, to use a few corny expressions in a row.
This lady on Who Wants to be a Millionaire? and she doesn't know the Abby Road album cover.
That is... Mind-numbing.