Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Napster tries strategy #479

Having tried its hand at being an all-you-can-eat, subscription service (with built-in vanishing of your collection when you stop forking out) and some sort of advertising-supported free service, Napster has now decided that selling mp3 files is where it's at. That's the new strategy in the increasingly desperate attempts to kill off iTunes. Or at least make people aware of the Napster service.

Selling individual tracks, eh? Who knew that selling songs might be a winning strategy.

[Thanks to Michael M]