33 Ways to Make More Time in Your Life For Music-Making
Here’s a massively popular blog post I wrote three years ago. It’s still bringing me a daily stream of new readers.
Another great example comes in the form of 33 Ways to Make More Time in Your Life for Music-Making by Nick Tozier.
As a guy who loves music, I was glad to find this motivational post wasn’t full of “Be awesome” bologna, Nick brought out some great methods to get yourself back into playing.
Better yet: the post was insanely popular, and here I am linking to it again.
—Gregory Ciotti, writing for ThinkTraffic
As a writer I’m not always jazzed about writing a list post. But people do respond strongly to this type of headline, so hey–I love the results.
Art of Daily Practice sales letter
Here’s a sales page I wrote back in December for my Art of Daily Practice course. It’s written for an audience of aspiring songwriters.
Announcement for The Royal Letterpress
Here’s an announcement I wrote last week for the Royal Letterpress in Malaysia. It’s short, so I’ll just paste it here.
“Introducing: the Royal Letterpress’s new home on the web!
This month we’ll be restoring platen presses, moving linotype machines, and setting up the living museum. Our main website is still under construction, but meanwhile we’ll post photo and video updates of the Letterpress’s renovations here:
Don’t miss out!
On our new site you’ll also notice a “Volunteers” page. There are many ways to help us out–anything from taking photos to helping us clean the press. If you’re passionate about heritage, culture, and handcraft, or if you love the magic of letterpress, we’d love to hear from you.”
I’m excited about this project—the family-owned press is full of gorgeous old printing machinery. Instead of shutting it down, they’re transforming the place into a living museum and designing product lines inspired by the press.