Watch a video infographic that illustrates the state of digital music in 2013.
This panel discussion about music and social media was hosted by Social Media Breakfast MSP and featured panelists Guante, Tim Mahoney, Andrea Swensson.
Facebook logins are especially popular on music sites, with two-thirds share of social login, versus second-place Google at 14% and Twitter at 12%.
Wayne Coyne, lead singer/guitarist/songwriter of The Flaming Lips, discusses how he uses Twitter, how it lead to a collaboration between The Flaming Lips and Bon Iver, and how Elvis’s career may have been different if he had tweeted.
Radio doesn’t just provide its listeners with emotional drivers, it also serves as a primary place for them to find out about new music and artists.
David Erickson is interviewed by musician David LeDuc about social media marketing, discussing Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and social search.
Google Music has an Artists section that takes you through a fairly simple process for getting your songs on the site.
Spotify is generating a lot of buzz, helped no doubt in no small part by it’s partnership with Facebook.
After hitting 2.5 million subscribers in November, Spotify has now reached 3 million, with more than 20% of its active user base paying monthly for the service.