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Online industry remains music to Broadjams ears

Editors note: This article is the first installment in a series examining successful dot-coms in Wisconsin.


Source: Broadjam.com
MADISON When the infamous dot-com crash hit in March of 2000, it burst the bubble for thousands of entrepreneurs who thought that they could make it rich with a unique concept and standard business plan. ......

Full article >>> he placement of music by collecting licensing fees and royalties.

To capitalize on this opportunity, the company has been split into divisions tailored to handle specific aspects of the music industry. Broadjams Web site is designed to serve both musicians and music executives by providing the worlds largest digital database of independent music and a song-search engine, which is ranked a......

Full article >>> sms to strengthen their Web site and develop products for consumers.

Even vision was important in the beginning, as the advanced Web site and its efficient features gave the impression that Broadjam was a much larger company. This gave it more credential than other companies had, meaning that they had more business connections develop and received a higher amount of clientele. A proximity......

Full article >>> who understands that industry, you understand what theyre trying to do ... and are able to make it work, Romeo said.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 07/26/04


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