lese das hier gerade bei Cherryflava: Amie Street, an online music retail site for independent content, uses a unique rating system where all songs are available for free at first. Then, depending on how popular a song is within a market, it goes up in price. The site tries to engage users by giving them a set number of recommendations and rewards them with a set amount of free music they can download when their recommendations do well.
Im About steht:
What can You do on Amie Street?
* Discover and buy new, independent music at the right price.
* Earn free downloads for recommending music to your friends.
* Network with musicians and friends to discover music that“s relevant to you.
* All songs on Amie Street start FREE and can rise to 98 cents. We“re about discovery, not raiding your wallet.
* The price of a song depends on how many times it“s been bought on Amie Street.
* If you buy a song for free, you probably got yourself a deal for getting to the song first. If you buy a song at 98 cents, you know that a lot of people on Amie Street think it“s a great song.
Get FREE music:
* If you“re into discovering awesome new songs and recommending them to your friends, you“ll be getting free credit on Amie Street.
* For each dollar you spend on Amie Street, you get one REC.
* After you buy a song, you can use one of your RECs to write a review and a „sounds like“? for the song that will get sent to your friends. Any time a song you RECd goes up in price, you get free credit.
* RECs are great way get music recommendations too. After all, what good is America“s Top 40 list when we can give you your friends“ favorites just as easily?
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