First of all, a HUGE THANK YOU to all of our new subscribers!! We hope that you enjoy our site and sister pages!! We’ve had much success, thanks to you!!
However, there will be some changes to the layout of the site, within the next month. We are changing our plan from business to another more affordable plan.
Links to all of R.B’s books will still be available, readers just won’t be able to buy directly from this site, but will be redirected to an official Amazon, Google Books, or other pages, because our site storage will decrease with plan change.
We will let all of our subscribers know when the changes take place.
THANK YOU AGAIN for your support from around the world. If you have any content ideas, please let us know!!
From an archive of older drafts, this is a Fender Guitar factory tour from the fifties. I know ZERO about guitars and how they are made, but I am a nostalgia buff for the 50s and 60s items. I’m sure ALOT has changed in the production process…but I think still interesting to watch…enjoy!!
I’ve been using (attention hackers) Google Drive lately, to upload my photos and videos from my phone, then later downloading them to my PC. I’m still not thoroughly comfortable with putting things I’m not ready to share with the world, into cyberspace like that.
I’ve known about Bluetooth for a while…I use it every day at work, but since my home laptop doesn’t have a receiver, I resorted to cloud storage.
Today, I bought a Bluetooth receiver very cheap (shoutout to Amazon), and I’ll be installing it tomorrow.
Here’s a new video I put together last night, in about thirty minutes, with the help of Wondershare Filmora. WF has lots more tools and downloadable effects…making it much better than Windows Movie Maker. There is a learning curve to it, but once you get past that, you can start making some great films. Enjoy.
Hey everyone, I’m doing a big campaign push for my author page on Amazon.com!
To everyone who bought copies, thank you so much! To everyone who shared, thank you as well!
Selling is hard, especially with no experience in advertising. I discovered much later in the game that a targeted audience, and/or keywords are essential to a successful marketing campaign.
Before the advent of the internet, the admen (and women) had to be on their toes with a flashy or captive advertising campaign…and hope it worked better than the competition. I think my first attempts at advertising resembled that.
I’m going with AdWords this time around because I know that not everyone is on Facebook or Twitter. I’m experimenting with various (but relevant) keywords in my ad…as I didn’t do on Facebook ads.
I can say that my name, in itself, is getting out there…this blog has been seen in well over fifty countries that I know of! That in itself is huge to me, and I appreciate the audience!
Back to my advertising, my target audiences are the United States and Japan, and if I have all my dogs in a row…maybe I’ll sell a few this time. Amazon, who sell my books, has sites in several countries…and you can find my books on any Amazon site. Just type “R.B.Bailey Jr” in the search box. Thank you in advance!
I gotta keep at it…so if you see me in front of your local train station or wherever, just take a flier and say hi.