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Help spread the word about Jazz Near You

SOURCE: Published: 2013-11-12
Your friends at All About Jazz are spreading the word about Jazz Near You and we'd really appreciate your help in introducing JNY to your social and professional networks, especially if you are actively involved with your local jazz community (presenters, venue owners, musicians, educators, etc.)

We've included four standard notes for your Facebook friends, Twitter followers, jazz mailing list, and an email reply to a gig announcement.

For Facebook and Twitter users

For musician use:

Post your gigs for free at http://www.jazznearyou.com


For fan use:

Download the free Jazz Near You app for a comprehensive guide to jazz events in your area. See http://www.jazznearyou.com


Email response to a gig announcement

Hi [Name],

Please post your events to Jazz Near You. Go to...

http://www.jazznearyou.com (and click the “+Add Event" button)

They distribute the Jazz Near You events calendar email to over 150,000 subscribers across several cities worldwide every Wednesday, so they can help you get the word out.

Jazz Near You is a website, a weekly calendar of events email, an iOS app, embeddable widgets and a series of RSS feeds serving close to 250 cities worldwide.

Best,
[Your Name]


Letter to your mailing list

All About Jazz has launched Jazz Near You, a free service where musicians and presenters can broadcast their events, and a growing legion of fans can retrieve them via jazznearyou.com, the Jazz Near You app, the weekly Jazz Near You events calendar email, three widgets and a series of RSS feeds.

To learn how you can freely distribute or receive local jazz event information, visit http://www.jazznearyou.com

All About Jazz distributes the Jazz Near You events calendar email to over 150,000 subscribers across several cities worldwide every Wednesday, so they can help you get the word out.

Enjoy!
[Your Name]


Just copy, paste, add your name and send.

Thanks for helping raise the awareness of this outstanding service!

Your friends at All About Jazz
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