#1 Reason to Stop using iTunes: The same songs for $0.33 each


Commonly the "go-to" guy amongst his circle of friends and associates for everyday e-life problems or sharing the latest "things you'd glad to find out about," Kenny Jahng provides simple answers & entries in plain english here at esssistme.com. Kendrick Jahng is founder of Big Click Syndicate LLC, providing online marketing consulting & coaching to SMB (small-to-medium sized businesses) as well as operating several online digital properties. Kenny's marketing blog, "Online Marketing Brain Dump," can be found on USAToday.com at http://www.onlinemarketingbraindump.com.

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  1. April 15, 2007

    […] Lately I’ve been trying to explore different ways to use my Samsung Blackjack to exploit the fact that it handles various media files very well.  Music mp3 is one of them.  I started with iTunes and ripping my own CD’s to get mp3 files onto the Blackjack (TIP: don’t load them into your device’s memeory, instead copy them onto the microSD card so you don’t run out of room on your device.).  Then I found out that eMusic has the same catalog of songs for MUCH cheaper — think of it as a discount iTunes.com […]

  2. May 23, 2007

    […] The one devices that’s missing from this list is the iPod.  Neither the iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano, iPod standard players work with Yahoo! Music.  If you’re looking for a competive service that works with Apple iPods, then check out eMusic. […]

  3. August 22, 2007

    […] Guess what. Whether you have a Sansa, Creative, Apple iPod, Apple iPhone or any other brand mp3 player, this deal is for you.TODAY, you can download an mp3 music track from eMusic completely free that will work with ANY mp3 player or for playback on your computer, pda, etc. Here’s the scoop. . . Every day, eMusic.com offers a free mp3 music download to the public completely free. There’s no strings attached at all. If you went back each day, you could get over 300 free songs over the next year to augment your personal music library. […]

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