SoundCloud ads were recently introduced by the world’s second most popular music sharing site (behind the all-powerful YouTube) in an effort to grow the amount of money that uploaders can earn. As of now, the revenue sharing is only available to a select few. I’ll break it all down in the article below!
The past few months have been full of rumors of a Soundcloud acquisition. A deal fell through around 3 months ago where Twitter was considering buy them up for around $2 billion. Twitter backed out of the deal when they became nervous of the fact that the major record labels were not happy with the lack of licenses for most of the music on the service. The difference now is that the three major record labels are buying into SoundCloud. A SoundCloud acquisition by Twitter will only happen if
SoundCloud updates that help you increase your plays are always appreciated by those who use the service. Three recent SoundCloud updates are ready to streamline the service, and add more data points. Read on and be aware of them so that you can take advantage! For fun, check out the song at the bottom of the post - it's my favorite track on SoundCloud right now!
Heartbleed was a security flaw in the basic technology (OpenSSL) which secures the internet. If you haven’t heard of it, please read more about Heartbleed and see how serious this security flaw is. The basic need of everyone out there is to change your passwords. It was possible to steal passwords due to the Heartbleed security flaw, making identity theft a big concern.
SoundCloud doesn’t get the press or attention that Facebook, YouTube and Twitter gets. This innovative social media platform is, however, making waves (sounds waves? Groan...) in its pursuit of being the music equivalent of YouTube’s video might. Back in January of this year, IVP made an investment into SoundCloud. This is no small-time investment group. They’ve worked with Twitter, Snapchat, Dropbox and NetFlix in the past. Let’s look at why this investment was made, and show you, the