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In the digital age, most bands dream about getting their music to “go viral”.  In other words, they wish they could put their song online, go to bed, and wake up on the following day with thousands of new fans and followers.

The odds of getting your song to go viral are similar to winning the lottery.  Thankfully, it’s a little easier now that Facebook launched it’s music integration with a dozen of music services, including Earbits.

How Does It Work?

Yesterday Facebook announced their long-anticipated Facebook Music platform, which is part of their greater move toward incorporating your app activity into your Facebook experience, and your Timeline – their newest overview of a person’s life from beginning to…well…end.

It seems they’re still rolling things out but most people should have access to one or two great music services from within the Facebook Music App Page, and the cool Facebook integration that comes with it.  To help make things easier, we’ve got a tutorial for you.

What is Facebook Music?

We have perhaps our biggest company news yet.

Today, Facebook announced the launch of their much anticipated Music platform, and we’re excited and proud to announce that Earbits is one of the few companies that Facebook has teamed up with to make music more social.

Now, songs our users listen to on Earbits will be published to Facebook in a seamless, beautiful and digestible format.  Friends will be able to see what each other have listened to, what channel it was in, who the song is by and more.  And when something looks interesting, they can easily click on that artist or song and listen to it right away.  It’s going to make it that much easier for Earbits listeners to enjoy music together with friends, and spread the word about the music they discover using the largest social platform in the world.