1.09.2013

Please vote for "Life of a Freelance Dancer" to be top blog

Speaking to freelance dancers at Contact (photo: Karsten Staiger)
It hasn't even been a year since I started this blog and we have already accrued over 8,000 views. Not only that, Life of a Freelance Dancer has inspired an event to bring freelancers together, provided its first special offer, and reached out to the dance community across five continents. I am so pleased with its progress and hope to continue bringing our audience inspiring stories and integral information.

With all of that said, the best way to keep the ball rolling is to spread our wings and grow our audience. Each year Dance Advantage holds a contest choosing the best dance blogs across the web. I ask that you vote for Life of a Freelance Dancer by leaving a comment on this blog post below (and share with your friends and colleagues). It is easy and doesn't require signing up. If you want to show your appreciation or have anything to share about how this blog has affected you, please do so on THIS BLOG POST. Thank you in advance and please continue to spread the word to help push Life of a Freelance Dancer to the next level!

Performing the Cavalier in The Nutcracker (photo: Glenn Mata)

14 comments:

  1. Making a go of it solo in any line of work requires a lot of stamina, intestinal fortitude and discipline. All these qualities come out in your posts on this blog, and I get to see how you inspire others to press on in challenging times and situations as well. Great job! Keep it up!

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  2. Very informative and entertaining as well....Keep up the great work!

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  3. Hands down, this is THE best blog out there!!!

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  4. Go, Barry!!! Good luck:)

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  5. This is an amazing blog...and my shameless addiction! While it is my guilty pleasure...it is an incredible resource for freelancers!

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  6. Lisa Jamison1/11/13, 4:17 PM

    This blog is an amazing look inside the life of an exceptional dancer and amazing young man. Love it!

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  7. Thank you for inspiring all of your readers- dancers and non-dancers. Your advice, insights, and openness is appreciated and I am proud of your achievements with this blog!

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  8. fresh and alive w/ spirit and zest!

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  9. very interesting and filled with valuable information to help a dancer out.

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  10. What a great resource you have created! Congrats to you and the inspiration you bring.

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  11. Barry this is such a great resource for dancers. Nothing is better for a dancer than learning the ways through another. Especially from a dancer that has been under contact and freelancing for years. Keep up the amazing work you do.

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  12. Way to go Barry! Great way to introduce the cyberworld to the Magnificent freelance dance, Barry Kerollis! But why I'm just learn about this Blog. Shame on me! Good Luck, God speed!

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  13. Very impressive and well done!

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  14. thanks for share.

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