Blogging is extremely important for any content marketing strategy as statistics reveal that 61% of the US consumers have made a purchase after reading a blog post. This happens for all blog topics: toys, mobile phones, computers, cars, equipment, content related to the music industry, and even for houses and land plots. People have a strong tendency to listen to others, always have that in mind when reading something or when you decide to buy something.[Read more…]
Last night, the news of David Bowie’s death spread quickly over social media. The news came from David Bowie’s official Facebook and Twitter profiles. His official Facebook page has over 6,000,000 “Likes,” and his Twitter page has over 772,000 followers. Though his illness was not public knowledge, the musician’s death comes after an 18-month battle with cancer.
It’s a pretty common fact that many writers and bloggers listen to music while they are imposing their latest and greatest novels, short story, or blog post (it also helps conquer writer’s block). A 1993 study in literary journal nature stated that when the participants listened to a Mozart sonata, they scored higher on standardized tests of reasoning ability then participants to sat in silence. This allowed experts to reason that listening to music while completing a task that takes up abstract for spatial reasoning can positively influence work production. [Read more…]
It’s simple: search for @youropera and then add a line of 140 characters or less.
Tweets will be compiled and sent to be scored by composer Helen Porter, and will be performed at the Deloitte Ignite 09 (4-6 September, Royal Opera House, London). [Read more…]
The vibrant London live music scene is getting its first official airing on Twitter in August as the Twitgigs experiment begins.
On 6 August at The Vibe Bar, a battle-of-the-bands competition will take place featuring live on-screen Twitter feeds of the event.
The bands appearing — including Essay Like Nephew, The Seal Club Clubbing Club and Mike Dingham — have been picked because they already have a strong Twitter following, and Twitter users will vote for the winning band on the night. [Read more…]