Creating a Tracklist Poster
You’ve probably heard about the Happy Hour Music CD that’s available on a free download site. If you’re anything like me, though, you want to get your hands on the real deal – and get a copy of the album in a format that you can print out, to keep as a happy memory. This article is designed to help you do just that. We’ll discuss how you can get a free copy of the Happy Hour Music tracklist poster for sale, the key steps involved in making and selling such posters, and other tips for building a successful music community around the songs you love.
The internet is a great place to find all kinds of freebie items these days. It’s also a good place to find a free CD copy of the Happy Hour Music album, as well as other goodies. I’ve always loved the Happy Hour Music theme song, “Where Has My Heart Been.” (I’m partial to the version with the original singer, too.) Downloading “Where Has My Heart Been” was the first time I ever heard a version of it (and I’m a huge fan of the band’s music) and a few weeks ago I got a copy for my birthday.
You might be wondering how you can make one of these posters, or T-shirts, or posters. That’s actually pretty easy. The way I see it, there are three steps to putting together a happy hour marketing effort. The first step is to make sure the music you love is popular right now.
Creating a Tracklist Poster For Your Home Business
The second step is to find out which versions of each song are available on the internet. For instance, if you love the Sugarhill Gang song, you can probably just Google that song and see what comes up. Keep in mind, though, that many sites will take songs that are already public domain and use them without giving you credit. Search for the songs you want to use (just use quotes around the words if you have to) and see which sites allow you to use those recordings without paying.
The third step is the part that should really get people excited: creating a happy hour T-shirt or poster using the right music. Again, search online until you find the songs you want, and make sure they’re not posted by someone with an ownership claim on them. I’ve seen many happy hour T-shirts or posters with a generic artist’s name on it, so that says to me that you shouldn’t go that route. As long as you’re doing the right thing by using public domain material, you should be fine.
The key to making a happier than ever tracklist poster for your home business is to put your favorite songs on the front and center, while splashes of artwork and music from other artists around the back are great. That will show your audience who you are and why they should feel happy to spend their money with you. Happy Hour is all about sharing your love for your customers, so don’t waste it by providing boring, low quality material. Make people laugh and think, and you’ll attract more of them to your happy hour events in the future. If you do that, anything else will be just an extension of that, and you’ll get more joy out of what you do in the future.