Spiral Frog Hops To A New Domain

May 18, 2009 at 5:58 pm 3 comments

MyMojo Acquires Ad-Supported Digital Music Distributor SpiralFrog.com Domain.
West Palm Beach, Florida- May 18, 2009-

MyMojo, a free distributor of mobile and online media, acquired the domain www.spiralfrog.com for an undisclosed sum. Unlike Spiral Frog’s unsuccessful efforts to monetize music through online advertising, MyMojo’s team harnesses their internet marketing expertise to strategically ensure that every content transaction is a profitable one. In addition to free music downloads, Spiral Frog and MyMojo site users can now also download wallpapers, videos, ringtones, and more to their cell phone or computer at no charge.

So… what makes MyMojo different than its ad-supported predecessors?

  • All media can be downloaded directly, without the need to install an application.
  • Content is fully compatible with a range of media and mobile devices .
  • Mobile and entertainment related ads, tailored to specific music genres, age groups, and geographic locations, generate an increased level of user participation.
  • There is no monthly subscription fee or account maintenance activity required.
  • MyMojo has a track record of success, as unlike all other online advertising supported music companies, they are already profitable.

John Ferber, CEO of MyMojo and founder of Advertising.com remarked, “For most consumers, the perceived value of being able to download digital content for free in an ad-supported environment is far greater than the cost incurred to purchase individual tracks. Furthermore, in an effort to grow and maintain our userbase, we’ve remove many of the unnecessary steps, or friction, that the most popular e-tailers use in their media download process.”

Amidst limitless demand for pirated music, rapid declines in CD sales, and compressed revenue figures, Ferber may bring just the right mojo to restore healthy bottom lines to music industry corporations.

About MyMojo

The team behind MyMojo is a group of dynamic entrepreneurs with extensive experience in Internet Advertising, traditional marketing, and the wireless industry. MyMojo has consistently focused on offering consumers free digital content, including music, images, and videos. MyMojo currently has more than 4 million members and is one of the fastest growing sites on the internet. The company’s CEO, John Ferber, founded one of the world’s first and largest online advertising networks, Advertising.com. He is regarded as a pioneer in the interactive marketing space.

Media Contact:

Nicole Hollander
4020 Thor Drive
Boynton Beach, Fl 33426
Ph: 561-634-7338


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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Stewart Engelman Domain Sales  |  August 25, 2009 at 4:53 am

    Question: Does MyMojo offer access to popular music, or just indies trying to get a start? I.e., are they paying the higher royalties for star quality music, or focusing on lower quality music at lower cost?

    • 2. mymojoblog  |  August 25, 2009 at 7:30 pm

      MyMojo offers access to both popular and indie music. Our media, including ringtones, full-length track, wallpapers, videos, games, applications, and more, is distributed for FREE in an ad-supported environment. Content providers are paid for allowing us to distribute their media.

      Feel free to explore and enjoy our site!
      -The MyMojo Team

      • 3. Stewart Engelman Domain Sales  |  August 25, 2009 at 7:49 pm


        Thank you very much for the information. I’ll be sure to visit your site.

        Best regards, Stu Engelman

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