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March 15, 2007

5 New Music Web Sites

It seems that every day I get at least one email from someone promoting a new web site that's the latest, greatest thing for indie musicians. I can't write about them all, of course, without taking precious time away from the marketing and self-empowerment ideas I'm most passionate about. But every so often, I like to make you aware of some sites that are worth checking out. Here are a few:



www.mogopop.com
A site that helps you create and share multimedia content for the iPod for free.

www.wikimusicguide.com
The music fan site that anyone can edit -- the wikipedia of music.

www.digitalfreakz.com
An indie CD and digital download site. Sell you music and keep 70% of your download sales.

www.jukeboxalive.com/musictoolbox.php
A site described as "a feature-rich music promotion web site with social networking."

www.terapad.com
A promisng service that allows users to create web pages with lots of bells and whistles: blogging tools, e-commerce, event calendar, forums, and a lot more.

-Bob
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posted by Bob Baker @ 10:23 AM   2 comments


2 Comments:

At Mar 15, 2007, 9:51:00 PM, Anonymous your wiki guide said...

thanks for the listings, bob...im sure all sites will be worthy of your time. :-)

 
At Mar 16, 2007, 10:53:00 AM, Blogger Howlin' Hobbit said...

Don't forget ezFolk.com. Don't let the name fool you, it's open to other genres.

Unlike other sites of this nature, ezFolk has no limits on how many songs you can post. It has the "friends" feature, blogging, online store for physical merch (CDs, etc.) as well as digital downloads.

It's run by one person, Richard Hefner, who is truly doing it as a labor of love. I think it's a site that should get a lot more "press" than it has to date.

Please take a few moments to check it out.

HH

 

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