I wont turn this site into a Seth Godin Shrine, but this is just an example of the type of great content Seth posts on a daily basis on his blog. The best thing about Seth’s blogs, and more importantly, his amazing books, is that his ideas and thoughts can be applied to so many different sitautions across many different industry types.
“Music companies and technologists have finally figured out how to sweeten the deal for those fans willing to pay for an album, as opposed to downloading or streaming it for free.”
I feel this is a step in the right direction. Digital music is great and convenient, but as a “record guy,” I was always kinda disappointed about the lack of content associated with digital music. This article suggests that things are about to change, at least for some artists who are selling album subscriptions, loaded with content, instead of the standard folder full of audio files.
Check out http://blog.wired.com/business/2009/02/apple-republic.html for the full story
This one comes highly recommended.
Even if you’re a know-it-all, this free e-book entitled 20 Things You Must Know About Music Online by Andrew Dubber is sure to spark some ideas or help you kick that idle plan into gear.
Visit http://newmusicstrategies.com/ebook/ for more info and to download your free copy in PDF format.
D-Nice has been doing these True Hip-Hop Stories for a minute now, but we had to post one of his videos here in case some of you guys were unaware. “Funky Child” is a personal favorite, and a classic piece of NJ hip-hop history.