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Why You Want to Work at Soundcloud

Soundcloud - Should I work there?

Soundcloud is the largest of most of the streaming sites. For those of you who are well versed in the business world of streaming music, I already know what you’re thinking. The rumors of Soundcloud’s demise have been widespread for some time now, and who buys a ticket on a sinking ship? You could be proven right in the end, and you won’t be the sole prognosticator pumping your fist in the air and yelling “I told you!” if the end does in fact come. Until you’re proven correct, however, let’s examine why someone just might want to pursue a job at Soundcloud. Soundcloud’s Good Side Soundcloud is one of the largest and most popular listening platforms out there. It’s also been the launching pad for more than a couple artists who ended up with major recording contracts thanks to exposure through the Soundcloud listening algorithms. It’s also, arguably, been one of the premier platforms for bringing artists and fans closer together and helping the cause of music in general. Podcasters love it too. All in all, there is really very little if anything negative to say about Soundcloud as a service. It’s pretty awesome. Soundcloud leaves Questions While the Soundcloud service and…

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SoundCloud is seeking an Ear Glue Master, AKA. Product Manager New York

SoundCloud is seeking an Ear Glue Master, AKA. Product Manager, Connected Devices in New York

SoundCloud is the worlds leading audio platform, scaling up with a rapidly growing global user base, and they’re looking for a Product Manager  New York for Connected Devices to join the team. In this role, you’ll be responsible for helping SoundCloud users connect wherever they are. Honestly, if you don’t know what SoundCloud is then you’re a goofball, I personally hate most online services, but even I use this platform. Big deal right here! Apply Here So who is the ideal SoundCloud Product Manager? Well it’s someone who can define SoundCloud’s connected devices strategy & product vision. Work closely with a team of engineers to develop solutions (e.g SDKs) that meet market needs. Work with our partners to deliver seamlessly integrated SoundCloud experiences. Collaborate with peer product managers and teams. Use data-driven approaches to determine areas of improvement, taking into considering implementation time, performance yield and other trade-offs. What are you going to need to even get in the door? First, you need that bachelor’s degree or higher education in a relevant field (computer science, information management, physics, maths…). 5+ years of product management and/or engineering experience, experience with agile methodology and distributed teams. You have a deep understanding of the…

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Image engagement startup Thinglink moves to New York

Product managers on the lookout for up-and-coming ideas in the tech space might welcome news that New York City is about to have a new resident: ThingLink, a startup currently based in Helsinki which lets users tag different features inside an image with links to video, music, notes, etc. It’s just bagged a handsome $2 million in additional funding and plans to invest the money in relocating to the Big Apple, where a new sales team is already being built (customer support will also be expanded in New York). Physical to virtual The idea for ThingLink was hatched by Finland’s Ulla Engeström in 2008. She wanted to link physical-world objects to online content and began by sewing special physical tags to clothing and other objects. The tags could then be activated to reveal content with NFC-enabled mobile phones. That’s where the name of the company she eventually founded in 2010 would come from. Engeström took a suggestion from her friend Eric Wahlfloss (co-founder of SoundCloud) and called the NFC-activated tags “thing links”. The canny product manager will probably agree that every now and then, an improvised phrase can make a great company moniker. Gradually, ‘thing links’ evolved from physical tags…

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One Eighth of Internet Users Make a Noise on SoundCloud

If you create music than you need to be on SoundCloud. When 180 million Internet users choose to share, upload, remix or listen to music using your website, you know you must be onto something. SoundCloud, established in Berlin in 2008, has just released the latest version of its music sharing service. Simply called ‘Next’, this latest offering is certain to fill those on the lookout for media jobs, with hope as it hatches plans to make the sharing of sounds and music online even more intuitive, as it adds improved recommendations, search and discovery and automatic follows generated by the social media platforms they connect with. In fact it’s been so successful that over 10 hours of sounds are uploaded to the platform every minute of every day. Now that’s a lot of noise. This success has not gone unnoticed – so far the company has attracted over $60 million in three rounds from investors including Kleiner, Perkins, Caulfield and Byers; GGV Capital, Union Square Ventures and Doughty Hanson Technology Ventures. With funding in place, the company is also poised and ready to take full advantage of the impending shift to mobile browsing and expect mobile to become the…

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