With the constant sprouting of so many Zune websites, the validity and credibility of the information is being questioned
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(PRWEB) January 15, 2007
The new contributer to the Zune community, ZunePoint.com, is looking to bring something new to take away from the 'scene'.
When Microsoft initially launched the Zune media player they projected solid adoption of their product within two years. What they didn't expect is to have numerous fan websites spring up all over the web to reinforce their product. "With the constant sprouting of so many Zune websites, the validity and credibility of the information is being questioned" says Marc Finch, one of the founders of ZunePoint.com, "and we want to change that".
Ever since Marc Finch and Aaron Sridh, original founder of ZuneSource now known as ZunePoint, met and joined forces they have been working closely with their team to build one great Zune source. They are actively looking for volunteer staff members that are looking to be part of ZunePoint as it grows. "We want the best for the best, so we are offering the best" stated Sridh, "we are offering perks and revenue-sharing for both our staff and regular members to motivate and promote quality information and participation".
ZunePoint.com was one of the earlier websites to launch for the Zune but the website has completely relaunched from scratch. Upon entering the website you are greeted with a message to register for the forums or share your experience with the Zune. From now till the opening of the main website all users that register will be upgraded to premium membership, for free. The premium membership won't be released for a very long time and will probably not be available to the public ever, but the users that register now will be eligible to receive great gifts like Zune Marketplace gift cards, t-shirts, mouse pads, magazines, newsletters, and more. They will also be drawing 25 random winners from the first 200 to receive prizes.
When Sridh and Finch were asked why they are taking such a laid-back and simple approach to ZunePoint.com, the duo smiled and hinted at bigger and better things to come from Microsoft and ZunePoint.com, "Only one grain of sand can pass through the tiny space in an hour glass at a time, so why would we try and force more through?" was the only thing Finch commented on when asked about their approach to ZunePoint.com.
Microsoft Zune has gotten to a very good start acquiring a two percent market share in the music device market and with its continuous growth Finch and Sridh have promised a useful and thorough source. Both individuals having previous experience in the music industry have vowed to provide the best.