Archive for March, 2009

Free Tips to Market Your Music!

Many of you may be unaware that I’m also the current CEO of Marketing & PR company: Music Expand. Music Expand is a marketing service that provides extensive marketing and promotions to music artists, record labels, and distributors, all based on their budget. I’ve spoke with Bill Swick, who is the President of Client Services at Music Expand. Bill has created a blog specifically to provide you guys with free marketing tips and strategies on how to reach out to your potential fans. You can view the original blog on how to market your music by logging into your WaTunes account and click on Free Marketing Tips under the ‘Getting Started’ section or click on the link below.

Market Your Music

March 29, 2009 at 7:56 pm Leave a comment

Interview with the RockStars

With all the excitement with our company, it is very cool to see people taking notice and spreading the word on what we’re offering to musicians out there for digital distribution. I was very fortunate to have a chat with Greg Rollett of Gen-Y Rockstars which is a blog dedicated to providing new resources for musicians to push their career to new heights. In this interview, we talked about social interaction and how we plan to incorporate that component into WaTunes 3. I hope you all enjoy this interview and post your comments here on what you thought about it.

WaTunes Free Digital Distribution

March 27, 2009 at 8:07 am Leave a comment

How Is It Possible?

I get a lot of these questions lately which is very interesting. With WaTunes digital distribution services becoming the world’s most effective for musicians and bands, many are pondering the thought of “Free distribution without giving up any royalties.” How is this possible? Is it possible?

The answer to that question is fairly simple: Yes! The internet has really change the way content is delivered, displayed, and shared. In the distribution realm, taking a step back in time, it was very difficult for a musician to score a record deal and get their music place to any retailer. Bands would have to sell their soul and sign up with a label that would take over their entire image as well as their sales earnings. Today, with new technologies, music distribution has became a fruit basket where any band can get their music on major music stores. So the question is now “Should a musician be entitled to pay a company to distribute their work? Should a musician be obligated to give up royalties?”

As a musician myself, I certainly don’t believe it is fair to give up my royalties to a distributor. Reason being is that if I am a musician with some hardcore marketing connects and sold over 100,000 units on iTunes, that’s about roughly $70,000 I would earn as a musician. The problem would be that if my distributor takes even 10% of that, I’m left with $63,000. Now don’t get me wrong. The pro is that I’m entrusting my distributor with money to stay afloat. However, if I’m doing all the marketing while they sit back earning my royalties, is that a fair trade?

March 25, 2009 at 4:52 pm Leave a comment

WaTunes is nominated for the OnHollywood 2009 Top 100


Hey everyone,

Taking a first step to an ever-changing industry, WaTunes has paved the way of free digital distribution to many artist and labels. With new & current customers are now able to sell their music contents without restrictions and earning 100% of the royalties, we’ve generated some huge noise around the world. AlwaysOn has been a great network where major events are held every year bringing new innovation, creativity, new technologies, and more within media, marketing, environmental, social, and more. It is with great excitement to say that we have been recently nominated to their upcoming event: OnHollywood 2009 Top 100. This event brings cutting-edge technology CEOs with digital entertainment and media elites. I hope that you all wish us luck as we move forward with the selection process and so much more. Stay tuned! 🙂

March 22, 2009 at 6:00 am Leave a comment

Performer Mag reaches out for WaTunes Digital Music Story!


Hi guys,

It’s been a very wild month. We start off with the announcement of offering the world’s revolutionary digital distribution service, attaining all of this buzz and press. Now users from around the world has jump in on the action and is enjoying the fruits of what it is like to get their contents up for sale, earning 100% of their royalties, all at no cost to them! As I was working on ingesting contents with my Content Team, I’ve receive an e-mail from Performer Magazine to write an article about us. For those of you that do not know, Performer is the largest musicians’ trade publication, highlights the best unsigned and independent musical acts from the U.S. I must say, our story is truly compelling and it’s only the beginning as we pave the way for anyone to freely distribute their music. This is the future of Content Delivery as a whole. Look out for an article from these guys sometime next month.

March 21, 2009 at 5:42 am Leave a comment

WaTunes In The News!

This is quite compelling to see how far the buzz about our company going absolute and becoming the world’s cheapest digital distributor. I’d have to say that we did not do this out of desperation but out of our compassion to help the artists and labels succeed in the music industry. With our game plan set in stone, I don’t think our burn-rate is that significant at the moment.

In other news, I am very excited to say that our noise has reached The 33 News, a news syndication site that focus on information in today’s technology, music, sports, and weather. I’d like to thank Pelpina Trip and The 33 News cast and team to share with their audience our compelling story. If you are interested, click on the link below to check out the video and article of their story.

WaTunes on The 33 News

March 12, 2009 at 8:49 pm Leave a comment

Tell Us What You Think! Send Us Your Feedback!

In this state of our company, one of our core values is to hear the voices of our customers. This is why I’ve integrated a quick and very short survey that I’d like you guys to fill out as we’re making our services more apparent for you. To help us improve on your music sharing experience, please tell us what you think. Send us your feedback of what you like about our services so far. We delight to get constructive feedback to make our site better and better.

Getting Started

So how do you send us your feedback? You can send us your feedback anytime by logging into your account and click on ‘Tell Us What You Think!’ On this page, simply fill out a quick survey of your experience with us and how we can improve. As always, we want to hear your voice and your opinion on our service. If you have ANY suggestive ideas that you think could benefit our service, feel free to share it with us. Your ideas and suggestions can be our answer and innovation as we move forward to 2009!

March 11, 2009 at 8:15 am Leave a comment

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