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UE on the internet

Posted on 07 September 2011

We've just reviewed the various outlets for UE information on the internet, and the results are quite impressive. Here they are:


We have 94 promotion documents available on issuu, and our new website has a further 590 documents with sample pages from our publications. You'll find them on the various pages of the website.

Views so far: 194,013


We currently have 38 videos online at vimeo, including the interviews from our Mahler Blog.

Views so far: 34,800


Our Mahler videos are also on YouTube, but only since March this year, and the resonance there is even stronger.

Views so far: 11,491


We've only been on Facebook since February, but our group of friends is steadily growing.

Post views so far: 121,304


Again, we've only been on Twitter since February, and it's refreshing to see that there is a strong community of classical and contemporary music people out there. Follow us at @uemusic.

Number of tweets so far: 197
Number of followers: 151

Campaign Monitor

We've been sending our email newsletters via the excellent Campaign Monitor since 2007. If you haven't already subscribed you can sign up here.

Number of emails sent: 121,783

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And last but not least, we mustn't forget the new website itself, now online since March 2010 (so it's sort of still new).

Composers: 1273
Works online: 9899
Publications online: 11258
Number of audio excerpts: 1801

We have just completed a very major database update on our works and products. You won't be able to see anything specific, but we can assure you that the quality and accuracy of our catalogue information has been improved considerably.

It's great to see the amount of interest in our information, which gives us a strong incentive to keep expanding our online services.

How our group of Facebook fans grows

Posted on 15 July 2011

Facebook lets us see how our group of fans has been growing since we started this February. Here's the graphic:

Facebook likes

It's interesting and encouraging to see how steady the increase is. If you're not yet a fan, you can join in the fun here.