Users saving money by downloading Legally??

November 2, 2009 at 4:20 pm Leave a comment

I’ve just read an article stating that ILLEGAL music downloading costs users more money than LEGAL purchasing. I know some of you are very confused by this statement, and so was I. But as I continued reading, they explained that people spend about 80% more money when they do it the illegal way. They buy CDs and some MP3s, and in the long run it turns out purchasing downloads legally actually saved some users a lot of money!

They also stated that many of the users in this study (about 1000 total) admitted to downloading illegal music, and 75% of them stated that they would buy legal music if only the price was right, and the availability was acceptable.

Now with this being said, all we need is a website that provides good quality music at a low cost. Hmm, that reminds me of a site called MyMojo. MyMojo actually provides Songs, Cell phone Ringtones, Wallpapers, Games, and applications at the best possible price. FREE! That’s right, I said 100% Free content at this website. There’s no sign up fee, and no risk when signing up. After all, they only ask for your email and for you to create a password.

Artists can even earn money on this website by putting their content up for free downloads. The site pays you back for each download you generate! So I suggest you upload today and start promoting your work. You can make it happen with the right support!

Visit for more details!
For Artists, visit to grow your “Wings” and start making money!
-D’haden @ MyMojo


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