Where Has Ukeeku Been?


January 22, 2014 by Tim

Tim’s 2014 Resolution


7 thoughts on “Where Has Ukeeku Been?

  1. Kurt C. Siegel says:

    Good luck, Tim.

    If you decide to go the Crowd funding direction (kickstarter, CrowdSource, whatever the things are called…) let me know by email.

    I’ve got plenty of nothin’, as the Gershwins said, but I’ll share what i can.


    (ksiegel on UU)

  2. ericawa1ker says:

    Really great ideas, Tim. I think 2014 will be a great year for Ukeeku.com, and in turn great for the ukulele community. 🙂

  3. Drew. Neagle. says:

    Awesome Ideas I look forward to them. It always to have a change up and see what needs tweaking. It would to have a sponsor too. and a different take on Namm with UncleElvis.
    Thanks for the site Tim. always appreciate your reviews.
    Ukuloonie (UU)

  4. Drew. Neagle. says:

    I thinks I’m allergic to the word good.

  5. Tim C. says:

    Hey Tim. You are at a point in your life where you are trying to build a lot more than ukeeku.com. I am amazed you still had the energy you did. It was probably just me but it felt like you were feeling pretty down about the situation. If it stops being fun and rewarding then what’s the point?

    I hope you find your way to some place that is enjoyable for you and that you don’t burn out on ukes in general. All the best to you.


  6. Patrick B. says:

    Tim, I like all of your thoughts on a new direction. In the past, it seemed that a few disgruntled readers would criticize any hint of commercialization on your part. &#$% them and the horse they rode in on. I believe you have to make some money to keep your focus. You may not make millions doing your new videos, but I sincerely hope you prosper in 2014. You’ve already proven yourself an unbiased reviewer. Now, go out there and make some money, Patrick

  7. I’m really enjoying the design and layout of your site.
    It’s a very easy on the eyes which makes it much more pleasant for me to come here and visit more often. Did you hire out a designer to create your theme?
    Excellent work!

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