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DigiMusicBids.com Ushers In The Music Industry’s First Online Marketplace August 16, 2009

Posted by David W. King in Uncategorized.
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DigiMusicBids.com, the music industry’s first online marketplace and auction site, now gives independent musicians and music industry professionals these same benefits and opportunities to purchase high-quality goods, plus professional services, such as music lessons and studio time.

Additionally, DigiMusicBids.com’s robust platform helps musicians and industry professionals connect, network and collaborate to advance the careers of independent musicians, producers and labels, and help them effectively compete with major corporations.

In recent years, many musicians and music industry professionals have utilized sites such as eBay.com, Craigslist.org and Elance.com to find affordable equipment, services and other resources. Designed for mainstream consumer use, these sites can be cumbersome for music industry professionals seeking resources specific to their craft

To mitigate this problem, DigiMusicBids.com provides streamlined access to the resources musicians and music industry professionals most commonly search for on the web.

“We’re committed to helping independent musicians, labels and small businesses thrive, and look forward to helping advance the way musicians and music industry professionals do business online.” Said Marlo Frierson, chief executive officer of

For more information or to register for DigiMusicBids.com, visit http://www.digimusicbids.com.

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