Vancouver, British Columbia (PRWEB) June 19, 2012
While the union of online technology with music fandom is hardly anything new, the world has never seen an Internet music community quite like MyDJTube.com. The groundbreaking website, notable for combining the best technological advantages of Facebook, MySpace, and YouTube with a zealous focus on the global community of music lovers, makes its public debut on June 19th, launching around the world at 3:00 PM PST. The months leading up to the site’s debut have yielded much positive buzz, with music-makers and music listeners alike showing their support of the site and its unique focus on music as a communal experience.
Brandon Lam, the founder and developer of MyDJTube.com, says this outpouring of community support is the greatest vote of confidence he could ask for. “This is an online community that was designed to serve the needs of two different demographics—DJs and their fans,” Lam explains. “Having both of those groups show such support for this idea, before the site itself is even launched, means the world, and makes all of us at MyDJTube.com hopeful that this really will be a game-changer for listeners and DJs alike.”
Even with its proper debut still on the horizon, MyDJTube.com has been available to a select group of DJs in a beta testing mode. Lam says the response of these first MyDJTube.com users has been overwhelming. “They’re really on board and enthusiastic, which is gratifying, to say the least,” he offers. In addition, Lam notes that many music bloggers have offered positive reviews and write-ups on the site. “People who really love music, and are passionate about music as a social experience, are totally on board with what we’re trying to do,” he enthuses. “And given that those are the people we’re seeking to appeal to anyway, we’re nothing if not optimistic about the future of the site.”
Lam is celebrating the launch of MyDJTube.com with some special promotions, including lifetime memberships to the site—something that will not be offered after launch day. The first 100 DJs to join the new social network will receive these lifetime memberships for free, while the following 200 DJs will only be charged a one-time fee of $17. Normally, membership for DJs will require a monthly subscription fee. For fans, MyDJTube.com membership is always free.
Lam says that while these launch-day promotions are exciting, he ultimately hopes that users will flock to the site simply for its array of features. “For fans of great music, and for those who love discovering great new DJs, it’s really a no-brainer,” he explains. “Membership is free, and it essentially offers a backstage pass to streaming live DJs, new tracks, video chats, and more.”
For DJs, meanwhile, a membership to the site provides innovative methods for uploading music, sharing it with the general public, and ultimately building a fan base. “For DJs seeking to build their personal brand, the services we offer are without peer,” Lam says. “No other site is using the same live streaming features that MyDJTube.com offers, to say nothing of the music manager and the options for interacting directly with fans.”
Ultimately, MyDJTube.com is poised to become what Lam calls “the final word in online music communities.” He adds, “Our launch day is a big deal, and our promotions are going to be very special, but ultimately it’s only the beginning of what’s in store for MyDJTube.com.”
MyDJTube.com is an innovative social network designed to showcase the best features of Facebook, YouTube, and MySpace, but with DJ music always at its core. The site’s mission is to unite DJs and eager music fans. DJs are offered live streaming services and online music management tools, perfect for building their following and generating new fans. Listeners, meanwhile, are given an ideal way to sample new artists and discover new favorites. MyDJTube.com was founded in 2012 by Brandon Lam, and is accessible at http://www.mydjtube.com.