Announces Advertising Specials

Share Article reports increased traffic; announces first quarter advertising specials. has announced special advertising offers for February and March. On the heels of their marketing campaign, has more than doubled its traffic and is offering their inventory at reduced rates.

Front Page

  • Top of the Page (Leaderboard/Standard Banner) - $75/week
  • Middle (Rectangle Banner) - $50/week
  • Bottom (Leaderboard/Standard Banner) - $50/week

Beat XChange / Pages

  • Top of the Page (Leaderboard/Standard Banner) - $150/week
  • Bottom (Leaderboard/Standard Banner) - $100/week

E-Blast (40,000 subscribers) - $250/blast

Marshall Lyons II, COO, is excited about passing these savings to potential advertisers. "We take pride in providing impeccable service to our clients. We look forward to providing this same level of service to a new client base."

About Beat XChange
The Beat XChange is the premier online beat auction allowing producers to place their original beats/tracks/compositions online for artists to hear and place bids on. Much in the same fashion as e-bay, the auction floor is opened for artists to place bids until an offer is accepted by the producer. The Beat XChange is designed to link aspiring artists with aspiring producers. It serves the dual purpose of allowing producers to get a broader base of exposure as well as earn some income. It also provides artists with an avenue to acquire music to fuel their creative drive.

About is among the entertainment industry's leaders in content. boasts 9 years of entertainment news, resources and content designed to market and enhance those with various entertainment career aspirations. The site also carries the latest products, events, interviews, reviews and audio/video clips. site users are primarily entertainment enthusiasts working in a wide variety of occupations and coming from a multitude of cultural backgrounds.

Sales Contacts
Marshall Lyons II - 734.272.8306
Ernest Wyatt - 443.864.7465


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