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SEO 2020: Top 15 Google Page Ranking Factors

SEO 2020: Top 15 Google Page Ranking Factors

If, as you should, you have a website showcasing your music et al, your number one priority should be increasing your site's ranking in Google search results. While there are roughly 200 factors involved in the Google search algorithm, we here look at fifteen of the most important. Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0 ...

NEWS: EDUCATION

Those Who Can Do, Teach: Why You Should Consider Teaching Music Online

Those Who Can Do, Teach: Why You Should Consider Teaching Music Online

While most musicians might not see themselves as educators, prefer the idea of performing to providing lessons, this piece offers a series of compelling reasons why, as a skilled musician, one should give series thought the idea of teaching music online. Guest post by Christine Elise Occhino of Soundfly's Flypaper I have found that the most ...

NEWS: TECHNOLOGY

Apple Says Goodbye To iTunes In Latest Mac Update

Apple Says Goodbye To iTunes In Latest Mac Update

Apple has officially killed iTunes with its latest Mac software update dubbed Catalina. Apple has moved each iTunes service into separate apps- Apple Music, Apple TV and Podcasts- replacing the once-revolutionary iTunes, which launched in 2003, two years after the debut of Apple's iPod. Highlights Apple’s new Music app, which gets the old iTunes icon, is ...

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Michael Dessen

Michael Dessen is a composer-improviser who performs on the slide trombone and computer. Active in a variety of ensembles as leader or collaborator, he creates music for improvisers and engages new technologies of telepresence and digital networking. His music has been praised by critics in numerous jazz and contemporary music publications, and recorded on labels such as Clean Feed, Cuneiform, and Circumvention. Dessen's teachers include Yusef Lateef, George Lewis, and Anthony Davis, and he has also been schooled through extensive freelance experiences ranging from salsa bands to avant-garde new music ensembles

NEWS: CAREER

5 Ways To Build Relationships With Bloggers, Journalists

5 Ways To Build Relationships With Bloggers, Journalists

Inundated as they are with pitches, music, and countless musicians trying to capture their attention, the idea of developing a meaningful relationship with music bloggers or journalists may seem like an unrealistic goal, and while it is challenging, there are few practices that can increase your odds of connecting with music journalists on a more meaningful ...

NEWS: MUSIC INDUSTRY

Why Apple Just Killed Off iTunes [Mark Mulligan]

Why Apple Just Killed Off iTunes [Mark Mulligan]

Yesterday, Apple announced the end of iTunes on the Mac and its replacement with three separate apps for music, podcasts and TV.  The reason given was feature bloat which slows performance. But top analyst Mark Mulligan says that its really part of “the great unbundling" which has been going on across other digital services for years. ...

NEWS: MUSIC INDUSTRY

Apple Set To Kill iTunes Today, New iPod Touch Unveiled

Apple Set To Kill iTunes Today, New iPod Touch Unveiled

Apple is set to announce the end of iTunes today. Ironically, the company unveiled a new iPod Touch last week, the newest iteration of the hardware that made it so easy to put a whopping 1000 iTunes tracks in your pocket. During Tim Cook's keynote at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California today ...

NEWS: TECHNOLOGY

World's Most Popular Websites [Infographic]

World's Most Popular Websites [Infographic]

While we think of quite a few websites as 'popular,' an actual look at the internet's favorite sites reveals just how few really come close to making the cut, and by just how wide of a margin the web's top dogs really rule the roost. Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0 It’s easy to ...

NEWS: TECHNOLOGY

Why Music And Tech Can Never Be Separated

Why Music And Tech Can Never Be Separated

In 2019, music and technology have become more linked together than ever, with new tech advancement now part and parcel of every aspect of the music industry. In this piece, Patrick McGuire explores the historical context for this, and what happens technological change is put at odds with artists' values. Guest post by Patrick McGuire forTuneCore ...

NEWS: TECHNOLOGY

Why We Need A Conscious Music Tech Revolution NOW!

Why We Need A Conscious Music Tech Revolution NOW!

In this piece, Virginie Berger champions the need for music tech companies to bring about a major disruption to the music industry, siting long-unaddressed problems and an outdated distribution of power in desperate need of a shakeup. Guest post by Virginie Berger, the co founder of WeAreMusicTech The context now is right for startups to innovate ...


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