The Wrap :: Indeed, as the Internet has become the dominant platform for music listening and sharing, it has become harder for an artist to get noticed. Artists’ webpages are inconsistent. Labels don’t have brand awareness. Facebook offers a variety of apps, including Spotify, but hasn't focused on developing a music-driven user base. Music services don’t have the scalability or diversity of offering. iTunes is about sales, not about discovery or socialization.
Lucas Shaw: Can Google fill the space and become the next MySpace?
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