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Readers Respond: Which Social Networking Site Is Most Useful To You?

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From the article: ReverbNation Profile

There seems to be more social networking sites for musicians springing up every day, but which ones are worth your time? Share your success stories about promoting music on social networking sites and see what sites have turned in great results for your fellow musicians. Here are some suggestions to get you going, but feel free to share your own ideas!:

  • MySpace
  • Twitter
  • ReverbNation

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MusicGoSocial.com

Create your own Social Network that your fan base can link to from Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter. It has feature parity with Facebook but no ads and yours to control with feeds, custom design, video chat, forums, messaging.
—Guest JKSocial

musicjehad.com

This site is not even a year old. Musicjehad offers its users, individuals and companies the opportunity to promote music in any genre. Musicjehad features also social networking software, whereby it's users can easily interact with each other. Musicians can also upload their music videos and audio. All for free with no cost of obligation.
—Guest kiamema

TuneOrg is amazing

I found a new social network called TuneOrg that is designed to connect musicians and producers. It's like a Facebook where you can upload music, post on a jobs board, and participate in forums. It's growing like crazy and musicians/producers/recording engineers of all levels are joining. Check it out if you get the chance, it's 100% free.
—LukeORiley

TuneOrg is amazing

I found a new social network called TuneOrg that is designed to connect musicians and producers. It's like a Facebook where you can upload music, post on a jobs board, and participate in forums. It's growing like crazy and musicians/producers/recording engineers of all levels are joining. Check it out if you get the chance, it's 100% free.
—LukeORiley

tuneorg.com

There is actually this awesome social network called TuneOrg (www.tuneorg.com) that connects musicians with producers. You can upload music, participate in forums, post on a jobs board, and network with other musicians/producers Facebook-style. Check it out!
—Guest Brad

Panda

Facebook I want to publish songs at facebook I like Rafi saab and Sonu Nigam .
—Guest Pramod

WorldWide Music Promotion

Your also provided with your own free site to sell your music, band gear etc; the pages are provided free of charge, and millions of people can vote on your music in our Song of The Month Contest. Please See for more Details: http://www.showyourtalent.music3c.com
—Guest Mitch

Music promotor

Hello, I started out using MySpace as a music page and got so much exposure that I got offers from Tristar entertainment, TAX, and photographer Leonard Nimoy, yes Spock, from a very popular L. A. modeling site. I am looking for a career in music, finding talent and making them successful. Thank you. Kathy
—Guest Kathy ricketson

Rajasthani traditional songs

Holi Hit Songs by Veena Music www.veenamusiconline.com www.youtube.com/veenamusicrajasthan Nakhralo Devariyo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlOvtr5vIjQ
—Guest veena music

Melody Fusion

Melody Fusion is newer, but they already reportedly have about 2,500 users. They help you promote your new stuff and your shows and they offer workshops with people in the music industry. Seems pretty rad. www.melodyfusion.com
—Guest Dan

Hear the Indie - www.heartheindie.com

Hear the Indie is dedicated to indie music reviews, interviews, and an assortment of editorial content. Sometimes quirky, sometimes serious, this site is great and allows indie artists to get reviews real easily.
—Guest Chris

Immitter.com

The best at what? Before you decide the best social networks, you should sit down and create a list of what you consider best for your music. Every music network posted here is best at doing different things. Some are best at doing the same ol thing, some are best at sucking. I've found Soundcloud is best at giving you tools to integrate your music into different websites, reverbnation is best at helping you build your fan base and collect crucial information about your target audience, not to mention their email address. Facebook fan pages for musicians are best at being trusted, while Myspace pages are best at nothing. Typically, i use these three social networks in combination 1. Facebook fan pages to keep a business presence, after all it is the music business. 2. Twitter, because an artists needs a free platform to be able to express themselves on a whim regardless of if anyone is listening or not 3. Immitter.com which is best at connecting you to your target audience.
—Guest JK

CatchMyWorld - www.catchmyworld.com

CatchMyWorld is a new social network with a focus on LIVE video. There are DJs, bands that broadcast LIVE (from their PC or mobile phone/tablet) on this social network and have access to the World as audience. Pretty cool!
—Guest Nico

www.TheIndiePlace.com

Check out theindieplace.com For all things Indie. This is a web community for ALL Indie artists that features articles, Reviews, how to's and more. Business Directory and social network coming soon. Network with Actors, Musicians, Filmmakers, writers, Painters, Sculptors and more
—Guest Raymie

Alonetone

Alonetone is an excellent site for musicians to post their music
—Guest Puddleglum

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