Advertiser Love

Special thanks to Pherotones for throwing some support our way.

Also, I’ve signed up as an eMusic.com affiliate, and they’re still offering 50 free downloads as part of their member sign-up process.

50 free downloads for you and support for the Live Music Blog–that’s win-win! I’ve tried it myself and I was pleasantly pleased with the music selection, so it’s worth checking out.

8 COMMENTS

  1. emusic RULES. I have 2 memberships….sick reggae selections, live shows, great indie, classical….okay justin i want 50% of your earnings cause you know people will be signing up after my review! seriously, sign up, it’s worth it.

  2. emusic RULES. I have 2 memberships….sick reggae selections, live shows, great indie, classical….okay justin i want 50% of your earnings cause you know people will be signing up after my review! seriously, sign up, it’s worth it.

  3. Yeah, obviously this is something that could plateau more easily, but it’d be nice to have that sign-up referral help pay for the site…

  4. Yeah, obviously this is something that could plateau more easily, but it’d be nice to have that sign-up referral help pay for the site…

  5. The pherotones site is fake one done for the purposes of viral marketing by the ad agency McKinney Silver

    1. There is no supporting information on this theory on the web

    2. Blog entries speaking about the Pherotone site are quickly visited by Ip addresses from McKinney Silver
    http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive/2006/01/a_ringtone_that_really_gets_un_1.html
    (please read the comments section)

    3. The website whois lookup gives a physical address of Research Park North Carolina for the Pherotone website which is where the ad agency McKinney Silver is located (Raleigh Durham)

    4. The creator of a fake wikipedia page about pherotones (which is referenced in the illegal myspace blog the website has) has an IP address that is traceable back to McKinney Silver

    http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Pherotone&action;=history

    (take the IP and then do a whois lookup at http://www.networksolutions.com/whois/index.jhtml

  6. The pherotones site is fake one done for the purposes of viral marketing by the ad agency McKinney Silver

    1. There is no supporting information on this theory on the web

    2. Blog entries speaking about the Pherotone site are quickly visited by Ip addresses from McKinney Silver
    http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive/2006/01/a_ringtone_that_really_gets_un_1.html
    (please read the comments section)

    3. The website whois lookup gives a physical address of Research Park North Carolina for the Pherotone website which is where the ad agency McKinney Silver is located (Raleigh Durham)

    4. The creator of a fake wikipedia page about pherotones (which is referenced in the illegal myspace blog the website has) has an IP address that is traceable back to McKinney Silver

    http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Pherotone&action=history

    (take the IP and then do a whois lookup at http://www.networksolutions.com/whois/index.jhtml

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