A mix inspired by Sabaton’s album “The Great War” (to be released 19 July 2019) and the ultimate South African Border War song, “Goeienag Generaal” by Piet Botha.
I have also included “Jacob Klipkop” by Piet Botha, a song about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which I don’t believe has properly been addressed in the South African context.
“Battle hymns for the broken,
battle hymns for the misled”
– from “Battle Hymns” by Tom Morello
Marketing your business or services online means being visible where your potential clients and customers are spending their time.
Facebook, as just one example, is very popular and it is essential to have a presence there, and also to be engaged on a regular basis.
Industry-specific Social Media Platforms
However there are many places that are specific to your industry and you need to find those places and engage there as well.
Tour guides, for example, should be creating profiles on:
- Trip Advisor Attractions
- AirBnB Experiences
- Tours By Locals
- …. and I am sure there are many others as well.
Find the places that you would use to find a business or service like yours, and then create profiles and engage there.
Many of these type of industry-specific platforms allow the embedding of widgets on your website that will go directly to your profile. See the
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Sixto Rodriguez was born on the 10th July 1942, and his amazing story was the subject of the Oscar-winning documentary “Searching For Sugar Man”.
Rodriguez was influenced by a variety of artists including Frank Sinatra, Bob Dylan, Jimmy Reed, Jefferson Airplane and many others. He has also been a great influence on artists from various genres and he has been covered by musicians in the Jazz, Reggae, House, Electronica, Hip Hop and Rock fields.
This exclusive Mixcloud Select mix is a small tribute to this great and humble man who has inspired many, many people worldwide including myself.
Read more about Rodriguez at http://www.SugarMan.org
Twitter and Instagram are like those newspaper headlines that you see on lampposts. Just a quick bit of news to encourage you to investigate more. Minute-by-minute information of what is happening right now.
Facebook is like a newspaper that you buy and scan through, picking out the interesting bits and throwing the rest away. Day-by-day information of what is happening in your world.
A Blog is like a magazine, that you read more thoroughly, and perhaps even keep for future reference.
A Website is like a coffee table book with lots of detailed information on a subject you are really interested in.
And all of this is so we can stand around our Virtual Braai and discuss topics that are close to our hearts.
Cuppa Web can help you make the most of all the Social Media tools that are available.
Well we’ve now seen all the charts for the first year of the 80s and it’s time for the annual round-up and to let you know who rocked our world in the first year of the new decade. It was a year in which the Rubik’s Cube first appeared, Rhodesia became Zimbabwe and Robert Mugabe was elected as Prime Minister, the video game Pac Man was first released, we wondered who shot J.R. in the soap opera ‘Dallas’, John Lennon was killed in New York and Christina Aguilera was born. Metalheads will remember the year as one when AC/DC’s Bon Scott died and Iron Maiden released their debut album ‘Iron Maiden’. It was also the year when Red Sovine, who had seen 2 of his compositions chart on our top 20, died. The 2 songs were both covers of his hits done by Tommy Dell and they were ‘Teddy Bear’…
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Back in late March The Return of the Illicit Groove attended the Cape Town Jazz Festival in order ton report on and review the event. Whilst in Cape Town reporter Bob Hill also took the opportunity to visit other music venues as well as record stores. It was in one such store, Mabu Vinyl in Long Street, that Bob purchased apartheid and post-apartheid era Jazz from Cape Town.
Brian Currin (who is also part of the enduring story of the ‘Searching For Sugar Man’ artist Rodriguez) from Mabu selected a number of re-issued albums which typified the brilliance of Capetonian Jazz in the apartheid era and spoke at length about the contexts in which these albums were recorded; some in exile, some not.
Artists such as Bheki Mseleku, Bea Benjamin, Dollar Brand, Black Disco, Moses Taiwa Molelekwa, Pacific Express and Johnny Dyani are almost impossible to find on their original…
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