Wednesday, October 18, 2017

West Oahu Update

These blogs continue to seek dancers who are interested in sharing their thoughts on our cultural dance scene. Whether you’re a dance student, formal or social, a dance teacher or just someone who loves to dance, your community wants to hear from you! We are also looking for studio owners and dance club officers who want to share news about their dance clubs and their studios with the community in blogs. If we do it right and the hits go through the roof, this blog can go independent. Many dance groups have Web sites and do their promoting that way.

"Social dancers feel that they can dance away their density
and celebrate their splendor too.”

But take a peek into our blogging, it is much different. Our qualified Guest Bloggers can post photos, event information and coverage, fundraiser information and even just their opinions on situations, events and dance in general. Our contributors have inside information on what goes on in our dancing circles and all they have to do is email this information to the blog of their choice. As dancers, they have the ear of local dancers and residents, so you can keep the community posted on all of your recitals, fundraisers, news, events and more.

"I'll Remember You" by Jimmy Borges

You can contribute photos too according to the Guest Blogger's requirements, many don't have any requirements. So if writing isn’t your thing we are looking for dancers that can polish their skills as dance photographers to send us images of the events, recitals and other dance functions in and around town. If you’ve got a big announcement or an exciting post, we will be happy to feature it on any blog of your choosing and help you promote it. When you get a little experience in contributing, you can become a Guest Blogger yourself. But you make that decision, whenever you wish and you can pick your blog. No annual meetings or dues, no monthly meetings or dues and you post whenever you damn well please. Yes, we are very strict and anyone that makes over a million dollars a day gotta pay.

"Social dancers know that the rhythm of their dance lies in the music.”