Adele during her concert About the author Mariano Diotto Brand strategist, neuromarketing and neurobranding expert and founder of a master’s degree in Web Marketing & digital communication from the IUSVE university | Always present in the social world, I have cultivat a passion for communication by working on the radio as a speaker, writing children’s novels, teaching at university, as a brand strategist for companies and agencies, holding numerous conferences on the world of communication, advertising and web.
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PREVNEXT Leave a comment Comment seo expate bd First name* E-mail* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The influence of social networks in music January , In Digital & Social Music has always accompani our life and underlines the positive moments, but also the negative ones. It thus turns out to be a travel companion: today also on social networks. Who hasn’t found themselves listening to a song after many years and felt the same emotion as many years befor.
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On the street, at concerts, we listen to music, live BJ Lists or through a device such as a radio or an iPod. But the result is always the same: music fills our lives. So music is not only important because it accompanies us but also because it is a form of memorization of feelings. This memory of feelings is even more present today thanks to social networks that allow the musical experience to be “frozen in time”. If you attend a concert today, it is easy to see how the audience photo Documenting one’s presence and one’sgraphs or films the singer’s performance using their smartphones and then publishes it on their social networks. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, the means through which we talk about our musical experience.