I remember a while back thinking I would take a break on the weekends. But I think at this point I'm addicted to blogging. Or maybe, I'm ambitious.
You know, it's said I am a tireless self promoter.
Yeah, while we did have significant activity yesterday (Band Equity went up 11 points which is the second largest jump in the history of our stats), We didn't move a bit in the Philadelphia Folk artist charts. We did go up 59 spots Nationally, and 99 spots in the Global rankings, but I did mention the Philadelphia Folk charts were competitive.
You know the other day two different people who's opinion I respect suggested I might be a bit obsessed with this charts thing.
Well... maybe I am.
But somebody has to be #1 on the charts, and while I wish no harm to the current holder of this position, I have to say... whom ever it is... your going down.
Stop laughing... it could happen.
Lend me your ears
Simply stated Kinagree-Smith needs your ears. We need them on the web giving our songs posted at Reverb Nation a listen.
We have a lot of plays and not a lot of people listening. This puts the metric out of whack. It looks like a few people are listing over and over again. And while that is not a bad thing, it's not as good as a lot of people listening once or twice.
You don't have to listen to every song on the play list, that will just push the plays/listener ratio further out of whack. Just pick one song and give it a listen.
Little actions have great effect, and I dream on getting to #20 by Monday.
Hey here is the link, please if you have a moment, help an obsessive old bastard to have his moment of glory. give a listen.
It's up and ready to Launch
March 16th is my third rez day and to celebrate, I'm releasing “Zorch:Outside the box”, which is the entire recorded output from my prolific career on Second Life.
It consist of 12 collections of MP3s.
A grand total of 117 individual recordings
488 Meg download
But wait there is more. A download card for two additional collections, Zorch with Dangerous Fun:Love songs, Hate songs, In between, and the Disposable Art Project Retrospect.
And the price?
Well it would be a bargain at one bazillion dollars, but I'll sell it for less.
What do you think the price should be??? Comments below.
Just a reminder, we still need your stories
I don't know if you caught yesterdays blog, but I'm looking for web cam/video cam footage of your story with Kinagree-Smith or Lexie/Zorch. If you can't give us a story, just give us a shout out on video. Thanks for your support.