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Bln.kr – Update Your Band Profiles All At Once

3466 If you're a regular reader of Hypebot, chances are, you're already updating your MySpace, Facebook, and Twitter all at once. However, everyone loves options and shiny new artist tools, so I'll hip you to a new site called Bln.ker.

It enables you to share all of your new songs – with a single click – across multiple platforms, saving you time and effort. If I'm not mistaken, ArtistData enables you to do the same thing, as do other artist sites like ReverbNation.

But if you're an artist that wants one tool that does one thing well, this might be what you've been looking for. If, that is, you're willing to pay $10 a month for it.

Take a look:

(via Mashable)

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6 Comments

  1. Thanks for the write up, Kyle. Andy from bln.kr here.
    Sharing out to sites is important, including YouTube, which we do for artists. However, we think the most important thing for artists is feedback. We aggregate feedback from all over the web into one place, making it easy to manage.
    We even pull in Facebook posts and comments from people sharing your music that you are unaware of. I love when I see someone I don’t know sharing my music, and others having a conversation about it.

  2. My experience with Artist Data a year ago was that it didn’t work. You couldn’t actually update myspace, reverbnation and facebook by entering shows and songs into your AD account page. If anyone knows if it works now and is easy to use, please let me know. I haven’t been back since the first time I tried it.

  3. the youtube track+photo is nice… in rest.. you can use TweetDec app for the other accounts. it has for chrome usser a plugin.

  4. My first instinct was to shout “ping.fm” because I’ve been using it – and ArtistData – for over a year, however after watching the vid this clearly is a different resource. Similar [to Ping and AD] in that it offers one-click updating, however this is specialized for songs – and only songs – no comments/blogs/status updates just songs. I can’t say that I release enough new songs every month to justify the $10/mo. fee. That’s the only reason I’m not jumping on this right now. This seems to be for bands (or DJs / remix artists) who release a new song every week (or more). ~Nick

  5. I've since realize this too. The original Mashable article called them "HooteSuite for Bands", which threw us off. Songs and updates are two  different things.

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