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WEB PAGE READING - You Won’t Finish This Article

WEB PAGE READING - You Won’t Finish This Article | Indie Music | Scoop.it
I’m going to keep this brief, because you’re not going to stick around for long. I’ve already lost a bunch of you. For every 161 people who landed on this page, about 61 of you—38 percent—are already gone.

Via Peg Corwin
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With so many people with a blog these days, it is most difficult to post mind captivating articles that will capture the rearder's minds in such a fast paced society!

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Terry Patterson's comment, July 20, 2013 9:37 AM
See Brian, there is no "cut off" for good articles, just user ability and interest to finish the read... yes, the medium helps (in your case you mentioned "listen") whatever works. In any case, believing that a user won't read an article because it is too long is a fallacy. Someone who believes that simply is not understanding their audience and not giving them what they need and how they need it in digital format.
Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's comment, July 20, 2013 12:07 PM
As platforms change for content exposure with filters such as curation, on site like Scoop.it, writers need to remember that their readers may be looking for more information than a brief 500 word article because they have clicked through from a filtered source, not a random Google search.
Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's comment, July 20, 2013 12:14 PM
Terry, when I look an article written by someone like Avinash Kaushik, I know that what I'm going to read is well thought out with sources to back it up. Not just something written as Google bait. eg. http://www.kaushik.net/avinash/analytics-tips-improve-search-social-compound-metrics/
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A Guide to Music Performance Royalties, Part 1

A Guide to Music Performance Royalties, Part 1 | Indie Music | Scoop.it
Let's start at the beginning.  Broadly speaking, each recording of a song contains two copyrights: the copyright in the "musical work" or what is commonly called the "song" and the copyright in the...

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Good reference read on a controvertial topic!

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The Economic Case for Support of the Arts

The Economic Case for Support of the Arts | Indie Music | Scoop.it
Rupert Christiansen of the UK's The Telegraph has written a startling report on the findings of Britain's Arts Council that "aims to show the economic value of public investment in arts and culture...

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New study shows WHY it is important to support the ARTS!! It's a good read and shows the importance of children being exposed to the arts!

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WEB PAGE READING - You Won’t Finish This Article

WEB PAGE READING - You Won’t Finish This Article | Indie Music | Scoop.it
I’m going to keep this brief, because you’re not going to stick around for long. I’ve already lost a bunch of you. For every 161 people who landed on this page, about 61 of you—38 percent—are already gone.

Via Peg Corwin
Gerg Anidem's insight:

With so many people with a blog these days, it is most difficult to post mind captivating articles that will capture the rearder's minds in such a fast paced society!

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Terry Patterson's comment, July 20, 2013 9:37 AM
See Brian, there is no "cut off" for good articles, just user ability and interest to finish the read... yes, the medium helps (in your case you mentioned "listen") whatever works. In any case, believing that a user won't read an article because it is too long is a fallacy. Someone who believes that simply is not understanding their audience and not giving them what they need and how they need it in digital format.
Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's comment, July 20, 2013 12:07 PM
As platforms change for content exposure with filters such as curation, on site like Scoop.it, writers need to remember that their readers may be looking for more information than a brief 500 word article because they have clicked through from a filtered source, not a random Google search.
Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's comment, July 20, 2013 12:14 PM
Terry, when I look an article written by someone like Avinash Kaushik, I know that what I'm going to read is well thought out with sources to back it up. Not just something written as Google bait. eg. http://www.kaushik.net/avinash/analytics-tips-improve-search-social-compound-metrics/
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Ventura Music Festival Preview - Santa Barbara Independent

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Ventura Music Festival Preview
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It's a bit startling to note the ages of the artists who are headlining this year's Ventura Music Festival.
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