Louisville, KY, October 25, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Despite the direct to fan movement, artists are leaving much of their fan based untouched. Fans who share music on Twitter through services such as Pandora, Soundtracking, or Music WithMe tend not to follow the artist on Twitter. Music WithMe (http://WithMe.com), the fastest way to wirelessly sync iTunes to your Android, has found only 15% of fans who share music follow that same artist or band on Twitter.
Music WithMe for Android, the only app to combine music sync with social sharing and discovery, found in a recent study of music shared on Twitter that 85% of people who share music do not follow the artist or band they are sharing.
“Fans who promote an artist’s music because they genuinely love it are the true fans. Artists have a huge opportunity to capture 5 times more of these fans than they currently have. Even a popular artist such as Alicia Keys, who has over 4 million Twitter followers has a large number of fans sharing her music, but not following her,” said Terry Goertz co-CEO of ParkVu (www.ParkVu.com), the creators of Music WithMe. The innovative company recently released Hi-Fidelity Sync, the fastest way to wirelessly sync iTunes music to Android phones and tablets.
More information is available at http://withme.com/blog. If you are an artist and would like to know who your untapped fan base is, please visit http://fans.withme.com.
About Music WithMe
Music WithMe with Hi-Fidelity Sync, created by ParkVu, is the fastest way to wirelessly sync iTunes music, share, discover and buy music on your Android phone or tablet. Founded in 2008, ParkVu has processed over 20 million iTunes songs for music lovers in over 100 countries. ParkVu, with offices in Waterloo, Canada and Louisville, Kentucky, is a privately held company. To download Music WithMe, please visit http://withme.com/android.
* System Requirements: Android 2.1 and above. Music WithMe is currently compatible with iTunes (v7.1 and above) on Windows and Mac operating systems.
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