We recently wrote about mobile content delivery company Myxer’s marketing offering, MobileStage. MobileStage is a suite of mobile marketing services aimed towards the music industry that includes app marketing, analytics, mobile website creation and fanlist management. In nearly three months, the platform is already being used by 125,000 artists. And MobileStage now counts rap artist Snoop Dogg as a client. Snoop Dogg is using MobileStage for the movile marketing around his upcoming mini-movie and album, More Malice.
With this release, Myxer has created a More Malice MobileStage content channel which features exclusive videos of the making of the Malice N Wonderland mini movie, ringtones, and wallpapers, and will be accessible to music fans within the Myxer community. Additionally, Myxer has created embeddable widgets that will be featured on major music, hip-hop websites, and Snoop’s social media profiles.
Myxer has previously said that MobileStage aims to be the “MySpace Music for Mobile.” Part of the deal is that Myxer will promote artist apps to its user base of 30 million customers via its own mobile site. Myxer has delivered 10 million ringtones to iPhone users (and 1 billion ringtones in all) and offers over 2 million free ringtones, wallpapers and videos. Users can also make their own ringtones, videos and wallpaper from music and files a customer already owns.
MobileStage is partnering with ReverbNation, Kedar Entertainment, Amie Street, SonicBids, OurStage, INgrooves,The Orchard, Audiolife and SellaBand and offer full-track downloads, streaming audio and video, as well as links to artist merchandise outposts, and concert ticket purchase options.
Myxer is a leading mobile technology company and operator of Myxer.com, the definitive source for free, ad-supported mobile media content across the web and mobile devices. Founded in 2005, the company has been a pioneer in mobile, establishing an early presence in the space as a free content download resource and growing into one of the largest mobile destinations in the U.S. To date, more than 49 million users have downloaded 2.6 billion items including MP3s — full-track songs...