MySpace has launched a music store for online members based in the US so they can tune it for no cos. They would pay for downloads formula, according to media reports. Users to avail this service are required to buy a copy of a track from Amazon’s music store to hear it on their portable players. The new MySpace Music just boasts a few thousand tracks, but would have ‘many millions’ soon.
Paid placement is also popularly referred to or termed as Pay–Per–Click (PPC) model. In this, the marketers pay only when their ads are clicked upon by users after which they land up on the respective client website.
People share their videos on popular website YouTube and their photographs at Flickr. Now they even can share graphs, charts, as well as other illustrations that they create to help them analyse data buried in spreadsheets, text or tables.