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Posts Tagged ‘Artists’

The Music Sharing Habits Of Twitter Users [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter users are a music-loving bunch. Some of the most-followed users are musicians, like Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry, all of whom have tens of millions of followers.

Social music service Serendip wanted to know just how much Twitter users loved their music, so they put together this infographic to find out.
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These Guys Want To Broadcast Your Tweets To An Alien Planet

Humans have always had a fascination with space, from our early hunter-gatherer days of using constellations to navigate to broadcasting a Beatles song into deep space. And now, it looks like we’re going to start tweeting… to aliens.
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85% Of Fans Don’t Follow Their Favorite Musicians On Twitter

Apparently, music fans are more likely to share tunes than follow their idols on Twitter. Despite the millions of followers that singers like Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber have amassed, data from Music WithMe suggests that up to 85 percent of music fans don’t follow their favorite artists on Twitter.
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10 Awesome Twitter Tools for Musicians (And Music-Lovers, Too!)

Twitter is a great way to share content, and what better content is there than your favorite band or some tracks you’ve put together yourself? We’ve compiled a list of 10 great Twitter tools for musicians and music-lovers to share what they love with their followers. So crack out those headphones, get your toes ready for tapping, and check out these tools!

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