New York, NY (PRWEB) March 27, 2012
FanBridge, the leading fan relationship management and marketing platform in music, sports, and entertainment, today announced it's working with Google Play, the newly launched destination for all your favorite entertainment. Through this relationship, FanBridge is giving any artist that has rights to distribute their music in the US free access to the Google Play artist hub, which allows artists to sell and share music directly with fans through Google Play. The initial offering will run from March 27, 2012 through April 3, 2012 and allows any US artist creating new artist hub accounts to create a Google Play store page for free.
“It’s an honor to work with Google Play to bring premium musicians to its emerging destination, the artist hub,” said Spencer Richardson, Chief Executive Officer, FanBridge. “With the artist hub, Google is showing its deep commitment to accelerating the careers of talented artists. This is the first time Google is working with a third party to offer musicians a way to join the artist hub for free, and we’re thrilled to offer it to everyone.”
For artists, joining the artist hub typically has a one-time $25 set up fee. With FanBridge, this fee will be waived for seven days, ending at 10AM PST on April 3, 2012. This creates a risk-free opportunity for artists to create their store page, set their preferred prices for original songs, and sell their content.
For more information, please visit http://www.FanBridge.com/blog/your-music-on-google-play
FanBridge is a Fan Relationship Management and Marketing platform that merges email and social media channels with direct-to-fan engagement tools to grow, engage and monetize fan bases for brands and influencers. FanBridge currently manages more than 500 million valuable fan relationships across email and social channels, and recently expanded its suite of offerings to include deep fan-targeting technology, integrated partnerships and brand advertising solutions. The self-serve platform is used by clients around the world, ranging from well-established global brands and influencers (music, sports, film/tv, authors, comedians, etc) to smaller companies and independents looking to grow and profit from building valuable fan audience relationships.