Is it any surprise that the geeky adult is now fascinated with tracking things on the internet?
The first thing to go into any website I build (including this one, Jeffryes.NET) is integration with Google Analytics. It's fun to see how many visits I receive and where in the world they're coming from.
For example, in the last 6 months I've had visits from every state of the U.S. Except for one. Montana.
Now what's up with Montana?
It turns me into George Costanza. In one episode of Seinfeld, George is so obsessed with a woman who dislikes him he neglects even his own girlfriend, who does like him.
All I can think about is, what's up with Montana?
So here's the deal. I will send a free copy of my debut CD, Hayner Resounding, to the first three people from Montana who visit my website, Jeffryes.NET, find the Contact page, and request the CD and my newsletter.
I don't spam people with my newsletter. I only send it to people who ask for it and anyone can unsubscribe any time, no tricks or hard feelings. If you want Hayner Resounding for free, bless you, and please accept the newsletter, too. If you get the CD and unsubscribe from the newsletter later, it's just okay!
If I have already given away the three CDs, I will still add you to the newsletter, and you will still get one free track from the CD, which I give to all newsletter subscribers in any case. If you don't want the newsletter without the whole CD, you may tell me in advance. That's fine. And you may always unsubscribe later.
I only ever visited Montana once. During my show business days I played Billings on a bus-and-truck tour of Jesus Christ Superstar with Ted Neeley. Sleeping on a bus without bunks every night leaves you in a daze and I don't remember anything about it except there was lots of space! Now wouldn't it be nice if my new friends in Montana wanted me to head on over for a series of library or house concerts?
While I'm obsessing over Google Analytics, here is another sample track from Hayner Resounding, Mouvement, from Debussy's Images, Book 1.