Beavercreek, Ohio (PRWEB) November 01, 2012
Whether exploring a new interest or fine tuning a favorite pastime, socializing with others who share that interest can be a great way to gain support and learn from people who understand similar challenges. JamPlay, a company that specializes in online guitar lessons, has a social networking community for members of the website with thousands of musicians who are happy to share their knowledge and experience with others.
“This community has experienced tremendous growth, with people all over the world collaborating, learning from each other’s experiences and making new friends,” JamPlay spokesman Kevin Wimer said. “Having a niche community of those who share similar interests and musical styles gives users an experience they can’t get from mainstream social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.”
When people sign up at JamPlay.com they have the option of creating a member profile that includes a biography, information about their musical background, photographs and more. Members may search for others with similar interests and may contact them or add them as friends. The most popular JamPlay members are also featured for those who are interested in connecting with those musicians.
For those looking for immediate answers to guitar-related questions, live chat is available for real-time conversations with JamPlay members and teachers. Members may also post their questions to the user forum. The forum is ideal for discussing lessons, asking teachers questions and keeping up to date with the latest announcements from JamPlay.
JamPlay has an online message center where members receive emails from other JamPlay participants and staff. Members are given an inbox and may compose new messages and review sent and deleted items.
“The next generation of social networking is already taking place on websites that directly relate to individual personal interests. JamPlay.com is the perfect place for those with an interest in guitar to socialize, while using other social networking sites to connect with friends, family and colleagues,” Wimer said.
But JamPlay has strong followings on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
“Facebook, Twitter and Google+ are some of the best ways for us to connect with current and potential customers and share the passion for learning guitar and music outside of the website,” Wimer said.
Founded in 2007, JamPlay has quickly become the premier company for delivering media to guitar students around the world. JamPlay is the most active publisher of video guitar lessons on the Web. Nearly 200,000 guitarists have experienced JamPlay. It’s ideal for those just getting started with guitar, or those interested in improving their skills and knowledge. Visit jamplay.com or call 1-877-999-4JAM for more information.