How To Support MusicSkanner

Just the fact that you are reading this page is worth our gratitude. Our team is working hard everyday, not only because we our site to succeed, but also because all of us here at MusicSkanner are passionate about what we do.

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Let’s get something out of way before we go any further. The best way to support us is to read our content. This means that we are doing something right, and that our efforts are actually helping someone. This is the main mission of MusicSkanner.

The truth of the matter is that we are spending hundreds of hours of combined research, writing, editing and publishing in order to deliver the best possible content to you, the reader. This work, although a labor of love for the most part, still requires some sort of cash flow to make it sustainable.

music_skannerWith that said, your support means a lot to us. You have probably noticed affiliate links on some of our articles. Those links are our only source of revenue. If you find something that you like, and decide to purchase it using our links, you are not only showing us that you value our opinion and work, but you are also helping us maintain our level of accuracy and objectivity. Ultimately, your contributions will help us grow even bigger.

If this article sounds blunt, it’s because we take pride in our transparency. There is no reason to hide facts from our reader base, especially since you guys are what is keeping us alive and working. We are creating content with the primary intention of helping others, and providing well researched information to those who need it.

There is nothing worse than purchasing an instrument, only to find out that it’s not what you thought it would be. That disappointment is something we are trying to eliminate by revealing all the facts about the instruments and gear we write about. If something is bad, we will tell you exactly what the problems there are with that specific product, and whether or not it’s worth buying. Saving at least one person the trouble of this terrible experience would mean that we have succeeded.