Curious to know what Mastodon is? You’re not alone. As Twitter continues to tailspin into an uncertain future, a few key platforms have emerged as potential alternatives. Perhaps one of the buzziest platforms you likely hadn’t heard about before is Mastodon, which saw a huge spike in new users between October 28th (the day after Musk
The Amazon Music for Artists team recently announced that artists can now list any available merch on Amazon.com on their music profiles on Amazon Music. Furthermore, artists and managers get expedited access to Amazon’s Merch on Demand platform. The company shared the news in a recent email update to all Amazon Music for Artists users. The
Welp, guess there’s no avoiding talking about Twitter. And there’s a good chance you either know exactly why we’re saying this with the heartiest of sighs, or you have absolutely no idea what the big deal is. Twitter is funny like that. It’s one of the oldest social media platforms around — launched in 2006, a few months
Spotify really wants you to list your merch in time for this year’s Spotify Wrapped campaign. The streaming company recently announced it would include merch suggestions to an artist’s top fans as part of this year’s social media-dominating Wrapped initiative. In (multiple) emails sent to artists, Spotify says an artist can “get merch in front of
Looking to make money from gear you’re not using? Repurposing your tech and tools helps you not only justify the costs and bring in some extra cash, but also contribute to the creative ecosystem. Choosing the right gear for content creation can be a major process. For starters, you need to decide between renting and buying.