Flash was once a hugely popular platform used to create streaming audio and video players, animations, and other multimedia content for websites. Now, its popularity is waning, as it struggles for relevance in a more mobile world.
Crowdfunding campaigns can take quite different forms depending on the project, the people and even the platform involved. Yet there are also similarities across the board that can be taken into account when planning your music crowdfunding campaign.
Dozens of startups are searching for the holy grail of music discovery leading to purchase and many thousands of artists and labels are hoping they'll find it. Other than perhaps YouTube, no one is currently doing it better than Shazam.
David Hooper at Music Marketing [dot] com recently got this in an email from DJ Ron and we think it's worth a reprint here. It's nice to see artists who know who they are and aren't afraid to be that person on stage.
In a widely noted Billboard interview, Amanda Palmer stated that "Twitter has replaced Google and [music] management." Nobody cared about the Google part but her claim of replacing music management certainly raised a few eyebrows.
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