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Jamie Leger
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Attended Washtenaw Community College
Lives in Ann Arbor
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The Tipping Point of Self Perpetuating Music Business Momentum - A practical case study of Modern Music Career Development.
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Are you attempting to complete your book or large body of content on your own - by the end of the year?
Looking to create a Skype/Slack Mastermind and Accountability Group for authors/professional content creators working on completing a book by the end of the year. They say you're the sum of the five people you closest associate yourself with. I'm looking for authors/content creators who know ...
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Here is part two. Make sure you read part 1, the Guide, first.
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Learn how to use a MOP!
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Dear Google plus community,

Do you have any specific experiences, recommendations and thoughts on managed WP hosting?
 
I am a little overwhelmed about trying to choose a managed hosting company to move to... I'm coming from hostgator, and i honestly cannot complain about their service and support, a few technical errors and sometimes longer than usual wait times for phone support, but pretty good for shared reseller hosting.

But now i think i see the need that it's time for the next step up in terms of site speed and performance-as well as to find that next level of "proactive" support (alerting me to potential problems before they become real problems) and scalability for client sites as well as my own growing audience and website. 

I.E. Cloud based, scalable bandwith that automatically kicks in based on traffic and resource intensity...

The other thing is i don't really want to have to make another move. I want to find the right fit and then grow with them and know that this base infrastructure can serve the hell out of my clients needs and specific issues with customized thinking and flexible support at any scale.

I would also like to find a company with a good reseller package that makes it as easy as possible to manage client sites without sacrificing service or quality product.

As an Artist first, Entrepreneur second, in 10 years i've learned what and how to use a WHM, CPANEL, what SSL and DNS settings are, as well as why and how to use DKIM/SPF for email authentication. I've built a base for understanding the fundamentals of managing client site packages and feel confident in my ability to provide clients with those little pieces of advice and insight that add the extra touch from someone who cares about them and their individual situation.

Now here is where i step into deep water that goes over my technical head.
I am a content creator by nature, (and trade as well) i'm very practical in the aquired knowledge and experience i've gained over the years but i will seek the best advice and insight from those of you who understand the technical wizardry and have tried multiple managed wordpress hosting solutions...

I just setup with WP-Engine but i was told several of my plugins like supercash, yarpp, and wp-optimize db plugins are disallowed...

I'm already not convinced that managed hosting will do anything more for me besides some page load time increases and so i'm not sure that wp-engine has proven it's value enough to start telling me i cannot use certain plugins that have been working fine for me for years.

I have been hearing good things about several hosting companies and i'll narrow it down to the main two i'm hearing about and interested in. Siteground - which seems to be solid and offer a good knoweldgebase of wordpress tutorials... 
and Liquidweb storm on demand which seems to be on the cutting edge in terms of infrastructure and thus performance, but i worry that they are too big to pay attention to all the annoyingly detailed requests and specific creature comforts of me and my tribe of artists that don't like to mess around.

Which (or any other real recommendation you'd like to toss into the mix-that you've used and aren't the CEO of etc.) of these would you recommend for what i'm looking for?

What further, if any benefits do you think managed hosting can provide that we've not yet mentioned here?

Thanks team.
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Last but not least, here is the Roadmap for your System. It really won't do you much good until you complete the other two parts first. Cheers.
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You are the first to receive this system, please consume, enjoy, and share your feedback by commenting on it. Cheers
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You can post comments inside the guide itself, (as it will be continually updated and revised based on your input) as well as here in the comments box.
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Basic, quick and practical guide to setting up a blog platform as a content creator, if you don't already have one.
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...After 10 years have finally created a simple yet sophisticated structure to allow your creativity and productivity to flourish as a MODERN Creator. Everything boils down to these 5 simple steps. They are the FIVE functions of your business operations cycle as a content creator.
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I will teach you how to grow your fan-base and music business more effectively than a major label would, or could, in the modern music industry. I proudly serve thousands of artists and musicians all over the globe-helping them with starting, (re)launching, or growing their music business.
Skills
Music Business Coaching & Consulting, Artist Development, Musician Career Planning, Musician Strategy, Teaching and Training, Music Marketing, Project Management, Songwriting, Singing, Home Recording & Music Production, Content Marketing Strategy, Time Management, Social Media for Musicians, Email for Musicians, SEO for Musicians, Guitar, Branding, Copywriting
Employment
  • The Leaders Edge LLC
    Music Business Coach & Artist Career Development Consultant, present
  • Audio Mecca LLC
    Independent Artist/Content Creator, Publisher & Content Marketing Strategist
  • U.S. Army
    Infantryman
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Currently
Ann Arbor
Story
Tagline
The Music Business Architect - Multimedia Story Teller with a Cartoon Mind.
Introduction

Jamie Leger is a Music Business Coach/Consultant & Trainer who is currently helping hundreds of Independent Musicians liberate the Modern Music Industry, declare their artistic independence, and earn a full-time living doing what they love-on their own terms. He and his team help Artists, Musicians, and Content Creators evolve their careers, develop long term assets, build a loyal fan-base and take their game to the next level. He is quickly becoming known as The Music Business Architect: Step your Game Up, learn and follow proven Artist Development Strategies, get your own Music Career Blueprints & Music Marketing Plan Now.

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Combat vet, business owner, music maker, independent singer songwriter producer
Education
  • Washtenaw Community College
    2012
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