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My Current Business Philosophy



This is Jason Romanenko with some interesting updates.  I thought I would divulge some of my current business philosophy and what better outlet than the main website ?  So, firstly may I recommend a book published by Prentice Hall.  It's called * "Key Management Models" and it is an excellent resource for anyone who wants to become more business minded.  Having tried to setup a mail order business over the years, I was able to focus on what precisely was the problem and to experience more feedback between the front end and back end of the business.  I was lucky with my previous business partner who helped me organise my (musical) work into some sort of order and he was very timely in telling me not to publish yet, so for that reason I have left off publishing prices and doing the hard sell.  However, after much reading and new information I have come to some of the core concepts that a sole trader can use with web site promotion.

So, from a reliable source, I could say that one of the most successful musicians of our day told me that at any particular time, globally, there are close to three thousand individuals seeking to buy any particular music CD that originated from him.  To put that number in perspective, can you imagine a music store with 3,000 potential customers in the actual shop ?  Now, it strikes me that this problem is a difficult one, and that there are different strategies to convert such intangible assets into good business.  So with my web site up front, there's always the possibility of large numbers of potential customers / customers.

Now, it's a little strange, but there is one word I could use which clarifies everything I have done over the years, particularly in regard to the feasibility of a successful mail order business.  Before I get to that, there is the possibility that all that work has already been done, in advance, using a different method.  Quite simply, I have created an online radio player that is completely free and can be used by anyone with an internet enabled device.  I didn't really do it for reasons of pride, or to establish a need for my music.  It was more to bring the skills up to date and to get my best work in my own favour rather than it working against me, although procuring a financial relationship with proper fans could work both ways.
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At least 500 original high quality .mp3 music productions

 

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Software engineering ( javascript / css / HTML )

 

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Ability to recognise the best software / D.A.W.

 

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Organising each and every composition into sets ( inclusive / exclusive / subsets etc. )

Getting the radio player going required the following skills / work.
Right from the word "Go" my thinking was, "It couldn't hurt to sell CD units online", however it really would be just so uncomfortable to recieve purchase orders without the ability to fulfill them, and that's where this word comes in.  At this point it just seems particularly feasible that if I concentrate on creating a sort of online "funnel", there could be a steady trickle of customers, one at a time, who could benefit from expanding their music collection in a reliable and orderly fashion with a mail order CD purchase from www.jasonromanenko.com
The idea is for a slow growth of friendly clients, and let's face it, they're probably music connoisseurs anyway.  I'm just trying to share out the good music and in today's climate a Compact Disk Digital Audio CD affords the most control to the listener / user / DJ .

Now, as yet I don't have a tailor made content management system, so I will try to address that now.  Below is a list, all be it a subset, of the contents of my music shelf as of today while I am writing this.  ( 23 - 04 - 2020 ).  I did the manufacturing myself and I hold that production and production capability are significant factors in business of all types.

 Grey Area

1 copy

 custom CD

 Try This

19 copies

 Moon & Stars XXII

7 copies

 Mask of the Android

7 copies

 Visions of Ambience XII

3 copies

 Moon & Stars XX

9 copies

 Visions of Ambience XIV

2 copies

 Visions of Ambience XIII

2 copies

 Visions of Ambience X

1 copy

 Visions of Ambience VIII

1 copy

 Visions of Ambience XIX

9 copies

 Visions of Ambience XV

3 copies

 Visions of Ambience XX

1 copy

 Visions of Ambience XXI

13 copies

 Visions of Ambience XVIII

5 copies

 Visions of Ambience XVI

1 copy

 Visions of Ambience XVII

1 copy

 Moon & Stars XIX

5 copies

 Moon & Stars X

4 copies

 Moon & Stars XXI

7 copies

 Moon & Stars XVI

4 copies

 Moon & Stars XV

1 copy

 Ambient Artefacts

3 copies

 custom CD

 Runners of Olympus Theme

1 copy

custom CD

 Hello Earth

6 copies

 Our Solar System

3 copies

 Analogue Artefacts

1 copy

 custom CD

 Strings Attached

1 copy

 custom CD

 Visions of Ambience IV

2 copies

 Moon & Stars XVII

1 copy

Visions of Ambience 2

2 copies

Visions of Ambience 3

2 copies

Visions of Ambience V

2 copies

Visions of Ambience VI

2 copies

Visions of Ambience VII

2 copies

Each cell contains album name and number of copies ( available )
* Key Management Models, authors - Steven ten Have, Wouter ten Have, Frans Stevens , was first published in 2003 by Prentice Hall
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