The Sitevisibility SEO-Themed Spotify Playlist

Posted by in Search Marketing (SEO) on April 24th, 2009 0 Comments

Most of us here in the production office are fans of Spotify. It’s an “online jukebox” which ,unlike Last.FM, allows users to create playlists of artists material, listen to a whole albums or even entire discographies. It’s great for finding collaborations, similar artists and brief biographies, and the amount of music instantly available on it is astounding.

There’s a great function which allows users to share playlists with each other by simply sharing a short text link. We’ve used this to create all sorts of collaborative playlists in the office, but we decided if we were going to share one it should be SEO-related. So here is the Site Visibility SEO Playlist.

Google Eyes – The Nashville Teens

Uptown Top Ranking – Althea and Donna

Search & Destroy – The Stooges

Rise & Fall – Craid David (featuring Sting)

The Only Way is Up – Yazz

Good Bait – Nina Simone

Links 2-3-4 – Rammstein

Take Me to The Top – Motley Crew

On Top – The Killers

Nuthin’ but a G Thang – Snoop Dogg

Click Click Boom – Saliva

Yahoo! – Erasure

Searching – China Black

Black Hat – The Sun Harbour’s Chorus

Zelda’s Theme – Perez Prado

Traffic – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions

Crosstown Traffic – The Jimi Hendrix Experience

Searching High & Low – Thee Mighty Caesars

Spotify can accomodate all this free streaming of music by playing audio adverts to listeners every ten tracks or so, and the head of Spotify remains optimistic about the future of the music industry online. Currently the adverts are a little bit ropey and annoying, but we hope that they will get better. Recently the film ‘The Boat That Rocked’ advertised on Spotify, urging users to check out playlists created by the characters from the film, which we thought was quite interesting. We’re getting quite sick of the Spotify adverts urging us to subscribe to the premium account, so much so that we’re actually considering paying the £9.99 subscription just so that we don’t have to listen to them, so I guess it’s working.

SiteVisibility loves Spotify.

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