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Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Is File-Sharing Destroying the Music Industry?

The music industry hasn't adapted well to the Information Age. Digital sales show no sign of replacing stagnating and dropping CD sales, and music streaming services aren't remunerating artists they way they had hoped. Is file-sharing and piracy tearing the music industry limb for limb, or is there is still hope for a better future?

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
The Modern Musician E-Book

The Modern Musician E-book was recently released on the TuneCity.com blog. The e-book is a free download when you opt-in to receive email updates from TuneCity. Making money, marketing, and distribution are the main topics covered in this e-book, which works to address some of the biggest challenges independent musicians are encountering today.

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Jonathan Ferguson's Sweeter After Difficulties Review

Singer/songwriter and folk-rocker Jonathan Ferguson's solo debut Sweeter After Difficulties is an independent music release worth listening to. In today's single-oriented music industry, Ferguson's full-album experience is both welcome and refreshing. Engage in rich storytelling and songwriting once more.

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
The Future of the Music Industry

The music industry has seen a lot of change in the last 15 - 20 years, and one of the major catalysts for this shift was the internet. While other industries were busy preparing for the coming age, the music industry tried desperately to hold onto the Compact Disc business model. Is there still hope for an industry that continually finds itself behind the eight ball?

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Jeff is Dead Review

Jeff is Dead, a new web series, was recently released on YouTube. This article explores the merits of this comedy series.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
6 Things Music Taught Me about Marketing

For 12 years, I pursued the life of a career musician. Because I was constantly reading and listening to podcasts, I learned a lot about marketing in general. Here are some of the lessons I learned.

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
6 years ago
Musicians: 5 Reasons Why You Need a Website

If you don't already own your own website, you are quickly falling behind the times. Not only will you look less professional, opportunity costs abound with not having a central hub for your content and your fans. This article presents five reasons to start building your website today.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
6 years ago
The Art of Content Creation: Leverage Everything

If you're a blogger, podcaster, video personality, musician or artist, then you're a content producer. The goal of the content producer is to create new things and share them with the world, but sometimes enthusiasm can fizzle out. Inspiration can run dry. This article explains how to take the content you've already created, multiply it, and generate more.

Technology
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Has Social Media Rendered Websites Obsolete?

Social media is ubiquitous, and it's getting more popular by the day. Facebook has one billion users, which is one-seventh of the entire world. However, has social media eliminated the need for websites? This article considers this question and gives an in-depth analysis of the current online world.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
How to Promote Your Podcast: 12 Ways to Expand Your Audience

This article explores how to promote your podcast and grow your listenership. Some unusual or obscure marketing tactics are also covered within this guide.

Technology
by arcticsunburn
6 years ago
Learning Joomla! in 30 Days

From June 10 to July 9, 2013 I conducted a 30 day challenge that involved taking 30 minutes for 30 consecutive days to study and learn the popular Content Management System, Joomla!. This challenge was a lot of fun, but also quite intense, with all the busyness in my...

Technology
by arcticsunburn
6 years ago
Content Marketing Strategy: How to Develop Your Online Presence

This article explains how to utilize blogging, podcasting and video to create a fully fleshed out content marketing strategy. By learning how to use each medium effectively, you can create a presence on some the web's most visited destinations.

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
How to Create a Live Performance Checklist

As a musician, you also have to run emcee duties. If you are adequately organized, you know what you want to say and what you want to promote from the stage. If not, you could end up missing valuable opportunities. Creating a live performance checklist can help you to make the most of every show.

Health
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Is Stress Really Harmful?

For a very long time we have heard various experts and sources say that the main cause of illness today is stress[1]. A variety of conditions and negative effects, from hypothyroidism, headaches, hair loss, acne, high blood pressure to fibromyalgia, cystic fibrosis, migraines, heartburn, insomnia, angina, and countless other...

Travel & Places
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
What is it Like to Live in Calgary, Alberta, Canada?

In this article, I attempt to describe what it's like to live in the ever-sprawling Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Lifestyle
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Excuses: The Root of Failure

If you associate with enough successful people and big thinkers, you may observe that there's a certain book that often gets referenced: The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz. It's a classic personal development book, and even though it's quite straightforward and covers almost exactly what you'd...

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
Online Business: The Way of the Future

This article takes a realistic but tongue-in-cheek look at the future of business. With so many industries moving online, how will it affect the future of offline business, storefronts and shopping malls?

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
5 years ago
My Top 5 Favorite Super Famicom Games

When I was younger, I grew up in the mecca of video games, Japan. The Super Famicom era was quite possibly one of the best times for video games, as consoles transitioned from 8bit to 16bit. In this article, I consider what my favorite titles for the system are.

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