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May 26, 2011

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Rabbi Issamar Ginzberg

Her song is an old yiddish classic.

Thanks for sharing. Great story and lesson!

Music Marketing Chris

I guess this would work best if you're really trying to cultivate a super strong relationship with a core group of fans.

Would you suggest writing them all by hand David or having them printed?

- Chris

David Hooper

Doing them by hand works best, but can be overwhelming for most acts. The best thing is to just do SOMETHING, even if it's printed, but you can combine the techniques by writing something like, "Hey, (NAME)!" on it, so it comes off as more personal.

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