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Utilizing AIMP's website to further your business

Posted September 5, 2007

by E. Steigen

Dear AIMP Members and supporters,
Since we launched our new website in November of 2006, we have had over 18,000 unique visitors.  Our most popular feature has become the Job Offerings page which provides the music publishing community with a great place to offer jobs specifically related to our industry, as well as for candidates to seek out new opportunities.  It is quite remarkable to see how many new postings appear every week.  Whether you are an employer or job seeker, please give us your feedback regarding the Job Offerings feature at

As an AIMP member, you have the opportunity to post jobs, post your events in our Calendar of Events section, and listen to podcasts from our popular monthly Los Angeles luncheons.  Would you like to promote live concerts or music industry-related events?  As an AIMP member you have the opportunity to do so for free using our Calendar of Events section.  We encourage you to join to take full advantage of these features.  It does not matter whether you live in Los Angeles or New York; these are features that can benefit you no matter where you are located. 

Thank you again for your support.

Best regards,

Erik Steigen
AIMP Board Member

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