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CoPromote Featured in AlleyWatch: “How Creators Get Noticed”

AlleyWatch is one of the leading outlets for information on technology, startups, and entrepreneurs. CoPromote CEO Mike More recently did a Q&A with them, wherein he discusses how CoPromote was launched and how it works. Check out the excerpt and quote below, then hit the link for the full Q&A.


Are you a creator but unsatisfied with your marketing team? Good news, now you can do it yourself. CoPromote, the social marketing hub for creators has already hit 800,000+ creators and is looking to make an impact on how creators get noticed.

I was – and still am – a creator.  My biggest pain point was that after I invested in creating the best content, I had to hand over the marketing to a third party company who often would drop the ball.  I needed a tool to market my content.

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Headliner CEO Mike More Weighs in On Digital Music Sales Milestone on CNNMoney.

It’s been over a decade since Napster first turned the music industry upside down. CNN recently published an article on the digital sales topping physical sales for the first time since the format shook things up.

As Laurie Segall writes on CNNMoney, “According to a Nielsen and Billboard report, digital music purchases accounted for 50.3% of music sales in 2011. Digital sales were up 8.4% from the previous year, while physical album sales declined 5%.”

The article also includes some insight from Headliner CEO Mike More. Check his quote below and click over to the article for the rest of the story.

Digital music sales top physical sales

Mike More, CEO of Headliner.fm, says the future may not be digital sales. More cites Spotify’s model as the music consumption of the future, where he says more consumers will pay for access to music streaming services rather than purchasing songs.

“I think you have a whole generation who doesn’t care if they own anything,” he says. “Accessibility has become paramount. This is what consumers want — they want it everywhere and on all their devices.”