Interview: Bob Houlston, St. Albans, UK, Guitar Teacher

Bob HoulstonDuring my University of Hertfordshire presentation on Social Networking I interviewed local guitar teacher Bob Houlston. He offers relaxed, informal, supportive but professional one-to-one guitar tuition at his home in St. Albans.

Bob’s mission is to promote Community Development via free internet distribution of guitar playing musicianship and craft skills information.

He caters for every level, from beginners to gigging guitarists. His website offers free guitar tips + tabs with no strings attached!

To hear what Bob told me about his plans to use Social Media to advertise his business, click the podcast icon below.

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Dear Ian,

Just wanted to let you know that I have implemented many of your suggestions and I now host guitar backing tracks and instruction videos on my You Tube Channel. It brings me up on Google just like you said it would. I have also submitted myself to Google Local Business
Centre
which gives me a top of the search listing for my activities locally. You can see it here. Interesting to note that Google have gone to the trouble of listing centre the UK way instead of American center. (That difference puzzled me for a while when I was learning HTML to build my web site. Colour is also color in HTML.) I am
getting plenty of new students for my guitar teaching business via my Free guitar tips + tabs web site on the Internet. Thank you for all the information you gave at your lecture. I keep an eye on your blog, I wish you every success with it. Good luck with your lectures and I wait in eager anticipation for your next lecture at the University in Hatfield near St Albans UK.

With best wishes,

Bob #==(o )



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