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The Drumdojo Suite of Sites

Over the years, several of the areas of Drumdojo have acquired a scale or a significance that sets them apart from the rest of the material.

In such circumstances it often works out better to have a separate site, this helps the Search Engines find the content and realise that the entire site is about a specific niche rather than being part of a larger more general site.

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We have been building a new Drumdojo feature for a long time and will shortly be making it available to subscribers. We are about to enter a testing phase

In this way, the information on drumdojo is somewhat cellular. The core drumdojo.com site is still the big kahuna but you will find that specific needs for information and community can be met within our wider suite of satellite sites.

Bodojo for example is the world's largest bodhran site and has the world's largest bodhran forum with over 2000 subscribed members

You can access all our sites through the Dojo Sites link on the main menu.We have several more in the pipeline. Each site requires separate registration where there is a membership option.

Enjoy the journey and please feedback to me about how I can improve what is there.

Thanks a million

Paul





Articles by this Author:

Soukous and HighlifeSoukous and Highlife
SECTION 1 - West Africa World Beat 1. Soukous and Highlife In the Congo, Soukous is also referred to as Rumba (not to be confused with Cuban Rhumba, or ballroom Rumba). There are many...
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Drummer Jokes Page 8
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Common Head Selections
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Keep the Noise DownKeep the Noise Down
Turn It Down! This section is devoted to reducing the volume of the drum kit.  For some reason, people seem to think drums are loud and annoying.  Until the glorious revolution,...
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