I just became aware of a great opportunity for musicians in Nashville to get world-wide advertising for a lot less than one might ever have thought. It used to be that musicians and bands around town had to rely on networking and the good graces of their friends and other contacts to promote themselves. The Internet is rapidly changing all that.
Baltimore Restaurant Examiner and Culture and Culinary Travel Examiner Tamar Fleishman, is currently offering to feature your band or solo act on a national veterans website for a mere five dollars. This is the perfect chance for those who write or perform songs that honor our nation's troops, veterans or our American way of life to gain huge exposure for literally "a song".
On the Fiverr Site, Tamar says:
You should be featured on GI Money's mobile version for 5 days or more! GI Money is a new magazine that is devoted to helping active duty service members and veterans, including entertain them. GI Money grew out of the ashes of another famous magazine no longer published and we now have access their 1 million readers all over the world. This could be a fantastic coup for performers looking to get USO, base gigs. Some of the top military brass in the world read our site! We are looking for tasteful, appropriate videos of a single song and a link to your site.
In addition to writing for the Examiner and GI Money, Tamar (a true Renaissance Woman) is also a prolific and accomplished contributor to other publications, including The Washington Times and The San Diego Reader. With all that in mind, it's a pretty sure bet that your five dollars will get you way more than just your money's worth.
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