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Doing Promotion | Last November I sent a little promotion package to one of the leading computer magazines in Germany called c't magazin. It included a CD-ROM with our most successful compilations and an info-sheet about and the Creative Commons Movement. The delicious music gift was successful and they wrote about us. Now we want to do it again with other magazines, with your help!

Before I sent the little promo-package to c't magazine, I asked them if they would like to receive a "gift". Fortunately I knew one of the editors of c't magazin, because I write for them about web technologies from time to time. With this little extra credit, I got the chance and some more attention than usually. And even though the editor didn't dig our music style so much, he wrote a nice review about us empasizing the interesting creative commons music culture. The review wasn't only printed in the magazine itself, you can read the german review also online.

Afterwards a lot of my friends congratulated me, that made it into a print magazine. I was amazed, that still so many people read link tips. One of my girl friends said: "Yeah, this column about other websites is an excellent read on the toilet." Hopefully, we convinced her and others to return from the shit house to dig some free music on our site later on... ;)

Where you can help us!

Of course, there are several ways to support the magazine to reach new readers. You can write a review on Stumble Upon or bookmark our articles on websites like or Mister Wong... But to reach new reader- and listenerships for your netlabel or blog you have to make good promotion not only on the web. And that's the point, where you come in!

I would like to send some more promotion material to magazines worldwide to get more attention for the artists, netlabels and of course Do you know interesting magazines who write also reviews about websites? I am thinking for example about magazines for instruments like the german Keys, keyboards or Beat.

Unfortunately music magazines in general in Germany don't write about netlabels and free music at all. A horrible desaster, if you ask me. That's why I want to twist it into the other way.

Can you name me some really interesting computer-, live style- or similiar magazines you like to read and think they are worth some promo material?

And while we talk about promotion: If you have some stickers or buttons left, sent them to M. Sauer, Cranachstraße 25, 50733 Köln, Germany, and I will put them into the package.

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About the Author

Phlow-Author Moritz »mo.« Sauer This article was written on 8.January 2009 by Moritz »mo.« Sauer. Moritz »mo.« Sauer is the founder of and a true music lover. As a participant and journalist of the free music movement he joined several Netaudio parties in Europe including Netaudio Nürnberg, Netaudio Barcelona, Netaudio London or Netaudio Bern. Read more articles written by .



    Gravatar of bettina rhymes bettina rhymes said on
    8. Jan 2009 at 4:59 pm
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  • ok, are there more magazines to think of?

    Gravatar of mo. mo. said on
    8. Jan 2009 at 10:00 pm
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  • Hey Mo.

    There are loads of interesting (print) magazines. Some of the following should be interesting for you:

    oh... and there is some more here:
    (sometine like 2000 magazines)

    this should keep your promotion-team busy for a while ;)

    Gravatar of Christian Christian said on
    8. Jan 2009 at 10:17 pm
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  • Hay,

    I just finished writing an article for our students magazine about netaudio in which I mention this website as my favourite place to check on new netaudio releases and recommend everyone whos interested in cool music to visit this page. It's not a big thing, like getting phlow into c't magazine is, but I thought, you might be happy to know...

    Keep up the good work,

    Gravatar of LunaTuna LunaTuna said on
    9. Jan 2009 at 1:03 am
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  • - irish mainstream music magazine- it's free

    Gravatar of william kehoe william kehoe said on
    9. Jan 2009 at 4:47 am
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  • The Gap ( was always very helpful and interested. Great magazine by the way.

    Gravatar of aerotone aerotone said on
    9. Jan 2009 at 2:19 pm
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  • @LunaTuna: hey michael, that's great to know. is there a possibility that you send us an issue of the magazine or a scan or a pdf. I would be pleased to attach your review to our testimonials!

    Gravatar of mo. mo. said on
    9. Jan 2009 at 3:44 pm
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  • @christian and william and jan: thank you very much. i remember the gap-magazine. very nice folks! and being in an irish magazine would be wonderful :)

    Gravatar of mo. mo. said on
    9. Jan 2009 at 3:47 pm
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  • @ mo.

    The article is written in German... and as it will be read by people who probably never even heard auf netaudio contains mainly explanations on the topic and only a few sentences about phlow, so its not really a "review".

    If you want to have it anyway, I can send it to you.

    Gravatar of LunaTuna LunaTuna said on
    9. Jan 2009 at 10:03 pm
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  • yeah, i would enjoy reading your article. i try to collect as much articles about topics like netlabels, netaudio and phlow as i can.

    Gravatar of mo. mo. said on
    9. Jan 2009 at 10:58 pm
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  • mo is my hero. :)

    Gravatar of applejux applejux said on
    10. Jan 2009 at 1:16 pm
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  • Tape Op magazine, based in Portland, Oregon, USA.

    Gravatar of davemh davemh said on
    19. Jan 2009 at 5:28 pm
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  • ok, davemh, Tape Op magazine is on my list.

    Gravatar of mo. mo. said on
    20. Jan 2009 at 11:23 am
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  • hey Phlow.

    XLR8R - Amazing electronic music and "lifestyle" magazine out of San Francisco.

    Gravatar of william kehoe william kehoe said on
    21. Jan 2009 at 7:21 pm
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  • hey william! thank you, too. xlr8r is on my list :)

    Gravatar of mo. mo. said on
    22. Jan 2009 at 11:43 am
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