In its first few months, SoundCloud positioned itself against MySpace as a top site for musical collaboration.
Orem, UT (PRWEB) January 17, 2012
Global Cloud Hosting, Dedicated Hosting, and Cloud Virtual Hosting provider, NetHosting, recently announced the release of a new case study on the music-sharing social website SoundCloud.
SoundCloud founders Alex Ljung and Eric Wahlforss created the website in 2007 to allow musicians to share their original scores with others in the same way that Flickr and Vimeo users collaborate on photos and videos.
In the case study, which NetHosting officially released on the 4th, NetHosting revisits SoundCloud’s beginnings as a booming startup and reports on the features that make it such a popular venue for artists, musicians, and music-lovers alike.
“In its first few months, SoundCloud positioned itself against MySpace as a top site for musical collaboration,” stated NetHosting CEO, Lane Livingston. “Exploring the history, features, and system of such a unique website lets our customers take an inside look at what it takes to make a successful social site.”
NetHosting has also released case studies on other popular websites, such as Pandora, Zynga, Reddit and more.
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