The most comprehensive and up-to-date list of how many people are using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn and hundreds more of the top social media, apps and tools from around the world. Updated for March 2014. Continue reading
Here are the more interesting stats I could dig up on Pandora. As always, if I will be adding to and updating this post periodically as new Pandora statistics surface. Continue reading
This digital and social media directory is the latest DMR resource. It is a listing of social networks, games and services that I come across along with helpful info and stats for each. Continue reading
Here is a graphic of my monthly, running tally of how many people are using some of the top social media, services and mobile apps updated for May 2013 (the best I could find, at least). Continue reading
Google announced today that they have struck a deal with Billboard and Nielsen to play a role in the calculation of their weekly music charts. Continue reading
Spotify announced last night that they are expanding again. Now, anyone in Italy, Poland and Portugal can enjoy the services of one of the world’s largest music streaming services. Continue reading
Pandora Radio has created this fun little infographic that give U.S. holiday music listening stats and trends. Continue reading
In case you wanted to spruce up your blog posts with a song, album or artist, Wordpress announced recently that you can now embed Spotify and Rdio music. Continue reading
Spotify has announced that the free 6 month trial period has been extended indefinitely. Continue reading
The social bookmarking site that has the entire digital marketing community abuzz, Pinterest, is now integrated into Facebook.
Pinterest was one of the apps Facebook announced last night that will be using open graph to post to user’s timeline. Continue reading
The music-streaming service Spotify debuted in the U.S. last July and quickly became a darling of many.
A few of the big draws to Spotify were a) that it was highly-connected to Facebook, being one of their very first Open Graph partners; b) you were make music selections by artist, by album or by track; and c) it was free.
The free part is about to change. Continue reading
Forbes is reporting that Facebook and Spotify are working on a deal to bring music sharing to the social network.
According to the article, in as little as two weeks, Facebook users may begin seeing a spotify logo in their news feed. Continue reading