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Myspace Q&A Video, talks about Customisation, Design, Speed and More

I love PR (public relations)photo © 2008 Jerry Silfwer | more info (via: Wylio) So Myspace finally comes out of the wood with a new video answering important questions regarding its last  revamp. I must say I was kind of disappointed with Mike Jones Leweb interview and more importantly with the way Myspace seemed to ignore comments (mostly negative) on their Artist HQ blog . So far only their twitter support had been satisfying though they could have used two community managers instead of one. Myspace Q&A #1 is apparently the first instalment of  a series of video. It is great that they finally resort to vlogs to communicate,and with the last announcements  I still think they can  make their necessary come-back. There is anyway no exact  replacement solution at the moment .

As you would expect this vlog is about customisation , the website new design and its speed or lack thereof.


Myspace Q&A #1 from sean percival on Vimeo.

Thanks to MSC_Page for pointing out this video,  this guy is such a  valuable resource for everything Myspace .

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Download Best practices of the online promotion of new musical content, Free eBook

Music (Explored)photo © 2009 华思渊 | more info (via: Wylio) BasBasBas.com has compiled a paper called the Best Practices of the Online Promotion of New Musical Content. It looks at artists like Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse, Mos Def, and Groove Armada, and analyzes what they’ve been doing right and wrong and why they’ve been doing it in the first place. 






You can download it here: http://www.basbasbas.com/online_promotion_of_new_musical_content-Bas_Grasmayer.pdf

This Ebook has been released under a Creative Commons license



Original blog post : http://www.basbasbas.com/blog/2009/09/04/best-practices-of-the-online-promotion-of-new-musical-content/

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