Broadjam.com Partners with Entrustet to Allow Inheritance of Digital Music

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Broadjam.com is first company in the world to allow its members to decide who should inherit online accounts after death.

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Broadjam.com, a leading music social network that allows musicians to upload and license out their music, became the first company worldwide to allow its users to transfer their accounts to heirs when they die. Broadjam’s musicians can sign up for a free Entrustet.com account and nominate an heir to receive their music and licensing capabilities quickly and easily in the event of their death. Users also nominate a trusted person to serve as their digital executor, who notifies Entrustet when the person passes away.

As a result of the partnership, Broadjam will be instantly notified when one of its users die, allowing the company to take quick and responsible action to secure user information with their heir. “Partnering with Entrustet allows our users to transfer their music to an heir quickly and efficiently if the unexpected occurs,” said Roy Elkins, founder and CEO of Broadjam. “We want to ensure their music will be transferred to the appropriate heir.”

How Entrustet’s Partnership Program Works

Entrustet’s Corporate Partners Program allows any company to know when their users die and what their users wanted done with their account. As part of the program, Entrustet provides the partner with a one-stanza addition to make to their existing Terms of Service. The language states that the partner company will do its best to respect users’ last wishes as stored in their Entrustet.com account. Partners then earn an Entrustet Certification, which is proven by a site seal to display on the bottom of their website.

In the near future, Entrustet plans to unveil a small widget which partners can place in their site’s settings tab, allowing their users to make last wishes without ever leaving the partner’s website.

How many users die each year on various websites?

In Broadjam’s case, it is estimated that 500 of their members die each year. But as Entrustet co-founder Nathan Lustig points out, “Websites of all sizes have a problem. They don’t know when their users are dying or what their users wanted done with their accounts. ” Like Broadjam, other sites such as Facebook, with 3 users dying each minute, are looking for solutions to the
same problem.

For more information about the corporate partners program and to see a demo of how it works, please contact Entrustet at:

Email: press(at)entrustet(dot)com

Phone: (608) 561-1441

Mail:
Entrustet, 30 W. Mifflin St.
Suite 406B
Madison WI, 53703

About Entrustet
Entrustet (http://www.entrustet.com) is a free online service that allows you to securely list all of your digital assets, (online accounts and computer files), and decide if you'd like them transferred to heirs or deleted when you pass away. Through its free Account Guardian service, individuals protect their digital assets by deleting them or designating heirs to oversee their personal information after their death. Companies partner with Entrustet to know when their users die and what their users wanted done with their accounts after death. Other services include the Lawyer Directory for lawyer referrals and the Account Incinerator that allows users to privately delete online accounts after death.

About Broadjam.com
Broadjam.com is a social media website focused on indie music and musicians. The site features free music promotion for bands and musicians as well free MP3 downloads for fans. Artists can also enter contests hosted by Broadjam, find music licensing opportunities, and sell their music at one of the highest per-song rates on the Internet. The company also offers hosting services focused on musicians and bands, and distribution opportunities through other online channels. Broadjam currently has over 110,000 artists in over 200 countries.

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