Posts Tagged ‘Myspace’

Another Myspace Person Jumps Ship The Myspace Ship and Boards The Facebook Ship

February 14, 2010 Leave a comment


Source:  TechCrunch

Monica Keller, a MySpace Group Architect who has played a key role in advancing MySpace’s initiatives in activity streams and openness, is leaving the company to join Facebook. Keller announced the news in a blog post this evening. She will be joining Facebook as an Open Source and Web Standards Program Manager, where she’ll be joining a team that includes David Recordon and Luke Shepard. MySpace confirmed that Keller had left the company but declined to comment further.

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Online Music Marketing: 38 Metrics and 7 Tools To Measure ROI according to Dexter Bryant, Jr.

January 18, 2010 5 comments


“ROI (“return on investment”) is a performance measure used to evaluate the efficiency of an investment or to compare the efficiency of a number of different investments. In the case of music marketing online, your time is your main investment. Tracking the results of your music marketing efforts online is crucial to figuring out where your time is being wasted and where it is best spent so that you can amend your actions accordingly.” Read more