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likeZEBRA to Launch Updated Site to Accommodate Rapid Member Growth

Independent Music Network Experiences Impressive Response in First Year

2010-08-13
BEVERLY HILLS, CA, August 13, 2010 (Press-News.org) The independent music network, likeZEBRA.com, is a quickly growing business to watch for in 2010. After the impressive response from bands and fans to the site's beta launch in its first year, likeZEBRA will further excel as the authority of the independent and unsigned music industry with a complete redesign of their site and even more innovative tools for artists and fans. The comprehensive site, which allows fans to discover new indie music and artists to monetize on their talent, is rapidly becoming a trend for both new and established artists, as well as the go-to-place for music aficionados.

In its first year, likeZEBRA gained thousands of bands, a number that continues to grow exponentially. It is estimated in the coming year, likeZEBRA will see a 20,000 plus increase in new artists, a feat that instigated the reinvention of the site. The network already includes valuable tools for artists to connect, promote, and distribute their music and the updated likeZEBRA platform will provide even more innovative features. This premium level of accessibility and support has placed likeZEBRA at the forefront of the indie music revolution.

"More and more artists are opting for independent release of their music," says Jon Taggart, Director of A&R for likeZEBRA. Not only is the site widely popular for artists, but it is also quickly rising as the premier site for music fans to discover new artists. The redesign of likeZEBRA will allow for much more robust profiles and greater engagement between artists and fans. The key is social currency, which is always a valuable tool."

Though still in its infancy, likeZEBRA is maturing at a swift speed, perking the ears of investors and generating a nationwide buzz. In addition to its already free suite of tools used by fans and artists for social networking, the revamped likeZEBRA will afford an option for premium relevant tools for artists by subscription. The tools will provide CD duplication, recording means, merchandising, and more.

"Our new business model and design is one we are incredibly confident with. It has been so amazing to see likeZEBRA expand as it has in such a short period of time. The site has already received such impressive recognition and with all the new assets being rolled out, I can only imagine what is in store," continues Taggart.

Everything from iPhone apps to booking gigs to an artist analytics tool, likeZEBRA is black, white and everything in between. Moving towards the ranks of internationally acclaimed networking sites, likeZEBRA is positioned in a niche market that is quickly accelerating. likeZEBRA's innovative and accessible suite of services has officially placed them on the map and artists and fans alike are eager to experience the launch of the new likeZEBRA home.

For media inquiries and/or to arrange an interview, please contact Tyler Barnett at 323.937.1951 or tyler@tylerbarnettpr.com.


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[Press-News.org] likeZEBRA to Launch Updated Site to Accommodate Rapid Member Growth
Independent Music Network Experiences Impressive Response in First Year