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MuzikReviews.com Relaunches With New Look And New Services For Indie Artists

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Boston, MA-August 27, 2007- In 1998 Keith “MuzikMan” Hannaleck launched his own website in order to satisfy a desire to be involved in the music industry. Eight years laterm MuzikReviews.com has gone through several incarnations and become one of the leading Indie Music Reviews and Artist Publicity sites on the internet. The site is now being re-launched with a cutting edge look and an improved focus for the artists that the site supports.

In early 2007 Hannaleck entered into a partnership with a marketing and services firm in Massachusetts and MuzikReviews.com was reborn with an entirely different look and additional services for indie artists. After several months of redesigning the site, implementation, and building the right partnerships, the site is ready to raise the bar for indie artists.

The look and feel has changed but the personal touch has not. The site and its staff intend to keep the personal contact with artists in place in order to maintain the longstanding tradition of efficient and personal customer service that the site was originally built upon.

For many years, MuzikReviews’ Pick Of The Week has been the centerpiece of the site for the music industry and fans alike. Under the revamped MuzikReviews process the featured artist will enjoy numerous new marketing features and benefits, should they be lucky enough to be selected as the Pick Of The Week. Any artist that opts for the CD review service consideration is then eligible to be chosen as Pick Of The Week with the winner receiving front page prominence on MuzikReviews.com, Google ad word marketing, recommendations to select internet radio partners for airplay, and much, much more.

“Being chosen "Pick of The Week" was an honor”, said Ruby Bird of the band Bird Mancini. The exposure on Evolving Internet Radio and the Preying Lizard podcasts have been great, increasing hits to our website, MySpace and CD Baby sites”.

Chip Schutzman, president of Mile High Productions says, “MuzikReviews continues to be a successful component of our marketing campaigns with his syndicated reviews and press release distribution services. I have been working with Keith since 2004 and his services are now embedded into our marketing and promotional sectors for most of our artist releases. Working with Keith is an absolute pleasure and his efforts bring significant value for both Miles High Productions and our clients.”

MuzikReviews.com will continue to upgrade their current service offerings with more benefits and strategic partnerships along with weekly giveaways featuring Indie artists on the rise. It is the intent of the site to offer the music industry and the consumer a destination for informative content and services revolving around music for a large cross section of artists and listeners. The new design will feature a searchable review database with an RSS subscription link on every page and a send to a friend link component.

Indie music is a primary focus for the site however major label reviews will always be a part of the mix as well, to continue the diverse offerings of the site. Stop by MuzikReviews.com to check out our new look and let us know what you think.

Contact: Keith Hannaleck
Company: MuzikReviews.com
Address: 290 Merrill Road, Suite 101, Pittsfield, MA 01201
Tel: (413) 236-9800 x105
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