We're running a pretty cool contest over at RCRD LBL where we're giving away five Nikon Coolpix S51c digital cameras. All you have to do to enter is either sign up for our mailing list (sign-up box is on the right-hand column of the site), add us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, embed your favorite RCRD LBL artist photo widget on your website or blog (just use the easy instructions that show up when you hit it "Grab This" on the widget, you can see an example of it here on my personal blog), or add us as a friend on MySpace. Best of all, if you do all five thing you"ll have five chances to win.
It's true, I've been a little light on the updates here, but I have a decent excuse: RCRD LBL is keeping me busy. So busy, in fact, that we've decided it's time to expand the team, which means we now have a position we're looking to fill. The official description is pasted below: RCRD LBL, a new ad-supported online record label based in New York City, is on the hunt for an Operations Manager.
We're looking for someone super-organized and hardworking, who doesn't need to be micromanaged and can take the job and run with it. We're a startup, which means that you'll need to be able to deal with a very fluid environment -- there will be a lot of work, but you definitely won't be doing the same thing every day. There are the usual perks to being in the music industry, but we'd rather find someone who is more excited about changing the game than getting backstage passes.
- Helping manage partner label relations and business development
- Assisting with content acquisition and management
- Advertising and sponsorship support
- Events and marketing coordination
It's a great job for someone smart and talented who is looking for a chance to break into the online music world. Experience with online advertising is a plus, but not necessary. Please send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to email@example.com.
This is sort of an odd request, but I'm looking for someone in NYC to help me sell stuff on eBay. I've been putting this off forever, and now I've got way too much crap squirreled away in this tiny 600 sq. ft. apartment for me to ever get around to dealing with it alone. I figured the ideal solution would be to find someone to list everything on eBay and then deal with shipping it all off, and either pay them by the hour or by offering a commission on all the sales. My contact info is on the sidebar if you or someone you know is at all interested. It's easy money for someone with some spare time.
Can anyone recommend a good alternative to Sitemeter? They've been having "major internal system problems" since last week, and while we're already using Google Analytics at RCRD LBL, I like the real-time stats offered by Sitemeter so had been using both up until this weekend.