Dear JPFers,

After the success of the seminar at Clear Track Studios in February, which was completely packed, my friend Tony Rockliff is doing another Secrets of Internet Marketing for Musicians seminar at CVF Productions, 2650 Enterprise Rd. Clearwater FL 33763 on Saturday April 13th from 2pm to 5pm.

What Tony says about the seminar:

“Why did I create this seminar? Because I got frustrated with seeing musicians make great recordings and then having no really effective ways to get a fair exchange for their creations.

I spent almost 2 years researching exactly what the musicians who were using the Internet successfully were doing and now I’m happy to share what I found. Because I've given this seminar around the world and I know just how much people get from it, I can confidently promise it will be more than worth taking the 3 hours to learn these techniques.”

And what do others say?

"This was such a stellar and simply amazing seminar! It was genius how you took such a complicated subject and made it simple and easy to understand. My whole viewpoint on marketing and social media has expanded and I "get it" now! This was such a necessary and vital seminar and the simplicity of it was spectacular. I'm going to follow the steps that you gave me and avoid making the mistakes that others have made. Thank you so much for sharing your time and expertise for the help and growth of other artists!" - Casondra Davis, Las Vegas

"I saw Tony in Nashville and learned a ton of things which I have already started implementing and have increased my success with my Facebook fan page drastically! I will be implementing more of these great ideas in the coming months. This was very current, very relevant information for musicians and indeed any artists." - Sean Dennison at Caribbean seminar

Now's your chance to get the information you've been missing out on - exactly what the musicians who are using the Internet successfully are doing and how you can do it too - and how to avoid the social media and web site mistakes that most musicians (and others) make.

Entry $35 at the door but save more than 40% by paying online at

Steve Dockendorf
Dockendorf Audio Recorders
"Quality music for quality people"