Monthly Archives: August 2009

3 New Artists You Need To Know

As you know, I don’t really post music on here really. It just confuses the message of my site and people start confusing this is a promotional outlet rather than a personal weblog for sharing information.

Today’s an exception though, so I’m going to post some new music. (Please read this before asking me for features)

This year, I’ve been fortunate enough to work with quite a few talented artists, so I decided to take the time today to showcase 3 of those acts with recent and/or upcoming projects:

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Who Do You Want To See Featured On MakingTheMogul.com?

Source: Flickr

Okay, so I’m working on 2 new series for the upcoming weeks (the very first being Producers Week, back in March).

The first one is coming in about 2 weeks and will discuss some of the companies and websites that are leading “Music 2.0” (I really don’t like that term, but it’s the quickest way of expressing what the next series is about).

If you guys have any questions that you’d like answered involving selling music online, generating awareness online, etc – just post your question in the comments section below and I’ll pose them to the panel of interviewees.

Also, I want to know who¬†you guys would like to see featured on makingthemogul.com. I’ve already featured some great people, and have a few others lined up, but I want to know who YOU want to see featured. It could be a specific person, or it could be a specific position – whatever the case, just let me know.

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Steve Stoute Discusses Alternative Routes Of Generating Revenue In The Music Business

CEO of Translation Steve Stoute

Steve Stoute is someone I’ve long admired and respected for his business savvy. Actually, one thing a lot of people don’t know, is that while I am influenced by many business leaders, it was actually his movements that motivated me to start my own business.

When Steve Stoute started Translation in 2004, I found any piece of news I could find about the company, its vision and its work. I was tired of seeing the limited creative input at label jobs and the limited growth potential up here in Canada. I wanted to do something different and something more.

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Blackberry, WordPress & A Llama

This post is mainly something I’m posting so I can test out the WordPress for Blackberry application.

I installed it upon it’s release but still haven’t published anything with it – so I’m doing that now.

As if my Blackberry addiction wasn’t already bad enough, I think the ability to blog from it now is about to make me OD.

By the way, I know this is my first post in over a week, but I was fighting some crazy migraines for over a week now – so, yeah. (They’re gone now thankfully.)

Apparently, this app can also attach photos. Let’s end with that: