As we build momentum with the new website it’s important to generate energy as a collective group. One of the key focuses to building a webpage is the “sustainability” aspect and maintenance; ensuring the followers of the site are always finding new treasures and expanding their portfolio of artists whom they appreciate and become a dedicated follower. I am taking great strides to always look after making regular blog posts regarding our intentions, new albums uploaded, new music reviews and new concert listings on the site. We want this webpage to be your essential one stop for all your entertainment needs whether they be near or far from your home stomping grounds. Music knows no boundaries and we feel the same here at moloichphotography.com.
We all have responsibilities whether we are fans or musicians alike; with any material on the webpage we encourage you to share this material as far as you are able into the cyberworld marketplace. What makes us stronger and able to deliver a wider variety of talent and concerts in the photo album galleries is the “buzz” generated on the scene. At the top of each loaded page on the webpage are the “Social Media” icons, these are the little Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, Linkedin, Twitter, Tumblr etc… We don’t have accounts on each of these for the simple reason the maintenance of all the pages would be a full time job alone.
We are counting on our fans to share this on your pages. If you see an album you like ? share it ! – If you see a review you like ? Tweet it! If you like a particular link or video ? post it ! the genuine theme in all this is to own this website, make it your own and share the content regularly. Check back and read the latest blog post entry and then recommend it to your friends! We appreciate it sincerely and from the generation of that energy on the scene will come larger concert coverage and the summary is a better catalog of viewable images and content on the site. .
The site is by the the people and for the people.
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