Ad-supported music downloads service FreeAllMusic has ended its private beta, which means users taking part can’t download any more free music until the company launches its public beta. It’s released some stats: apparently it saw a 94% completion rate for its pre-roll video ads – presumably that’s the percentage of users who watched them to the end – and click-through rates of 0.54% for display advertisements on the site. 92% of users said they were satisfied or very satisfied with the service. “Our test phase confirms that consumers and brands are interested in our platform and are impressed by its execution,” says CEO Richard Nailling. However, now the company has to sign up more brands and sponsors, and raise more funding, before it can take the service further. Source: Press Release

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