Phoenix, AZ, April 21, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Music fan Bill K. has started a blog to spread information about how to download music online: http://180musicstore.com/index.html For now, the blog appears to be geared toward the novice taking time to define and explain the various ways and methods to download music. This is not to say that the blog isn’t useful to the more advanced file sharing individual. It is a great source of news and announcements. And while a user might know “everything” about MP3 it could prove useful to learn about something known as “bit torrent”.
Bill K. says, “This blog was started as an extension of my interest in file sharing. I wanted to get the best information out to the fans. Right now, there are so many places, formats and ways obtain music that I want this blog to be a source of the best information. What’s best? MP3? SHN? FLAC? APE? Another format? I’ll post the information and you can be the judge.”
The blog will also examine the RIAA’s contention that file sharing “hurts” sales. According to a 2004 Harvard Business School study: The Effect of File Sharing on Record Sales an Empirical Analysis- by Felix Oberholzer & Koleman Strumpf, file sharing might actually help sales. In an actual online survey conducted by the study it was found that eighty percent of respondents claim they bought at least one album after first sampling it on a file sharing network. According to the survey, file trading led the average user to purchases an additional eight albums.
The blog is utilizing a process called: “Moguling” pioneered by Phoenix technology firm DotVentures. To read more about Moguling visit this article on Profy: http://www.profy.com/2007/03/20/moguling-seo
Bill K. continues, “There is so much misinformation about downloading music going around right now. Are people downloading music criminals? What ARE the laws? What comprises “Fair Usage?” The 1992 Home Audio Recording Act, explicitly bars copyright suits from being brought "based on the noncommercial use by a consumer" of a digital or analog recording device or medium. So why are the Thought Police of the RIAA allowed to run rampant on college campuses across the nation?”
http://180musicstore.com is a blog dedicated to posting the latest news & information about downloading music online. It’s written by-the-fans, for-the-fans. You’ll get the complete skinny right here.
DotVentures, LLC is a privately held company headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. They help individuals successfully to successfully develop online real estate for resale. Interested in learning more about Moguling? Go here: http://moguling.com or call DotVentures at: 888-291-2976.