Emerging artists can now show off their content and get discovered more easily thanks to a new platform that combines interactivity with user-friendliness.
Since the demise and recent sale of MySpace for $35 million, independent artists have found themselves forced to rely more and more on YouTube and Facebook. While they certainly are powerful promotional tools, these two platforms are saturated with new content on a daily basis, which makes it increasingly challenging for artists to be seen and heard.
To solve this problem, AlmostFamous.com, a Miami-based Internet start-up, has recently announced the beta launch of its new social media platform.
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