In 2013 Online Music and Artist Promotion Service from MusicRabbit Expands to Europe
The network which has already served for 3 years to hundreds of artists, music labels, bands and new talents expands now to millions of europeans in 5 different languages reaching now millions of people though their network of sites.
In 3 years the network already receives more than 70.000 visitors a day from Latinamerica, more than 100.000 english speaking users visit its sites in english and 25.000 french speakers consult the sites as a source of information for new artists, new talents, llast events and new bands. In 2013 with the acquisition of the new sites and with the support of its fans the network is already reaching 50k visitors from italian, german, portuguese, and russian speaking countries.
English speaking countries like US, UK, Australia, Canada and other english speaking countries will have an exclusive site in 2013. Music2013.com, The site counts with the support of the network of sites and will be reaching an important number of visitors on 2013, according to an speaker from the company who affirmed "MusicRabbit Music Network has already an important number of websites focused on informing and advertising bands, singers, events, and artists in the world. We have a large number of people who follows our websites and our social network pages such as our spanish Facebook page which has already 50.000 followers, a great engagement and an experence of more than 4 years on the promotion of new artists, labels, events and everything related to music industry. In 2013 our network expands to Germany, Italy, Portugal, Brazil, and Rusia. Reaching more than 6 languages and 100.000 visitors every day looking for new music on their country and the world"
According to the speaker, hundreds of artists and labels have already used their services to launch and promote their work with magnificient results. "I think the best thing of our network is that the people who visits out sites is already looking for new stuff and that means they are more open to evaluate new sounds, as a result, artists tend to grow their fanbase quicker than expected". People interested on contacting them can write to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the available form on their website musicrabbit.com