ATLANTA, GA – Dec. 19, 2007 – Neurotic Media, the leading provider of white-label digital media download stores and services, today announced the rollout of its Product API (application protocol interface) service, NeuroLinq™. The solution enables online retailers, portals, search engines, and community sites to sell Neurotic Media’s digital catalogs through their existing shopping carts.
With NeuroLinq, digital products are delivered to the consumer from Neurotic Media seamlessly, while allowing the client site to remain the merchant of record. Client sites can choose to upload their own content, or to include Neurotic Media’s pre-licensed catalogs of music, ringtones, and videos from major and independent labels. Digital products can be integrated into any existing store, merged with other offerings, including physical goods, and sold through the store’s existing checkout process. Neurotic Media administers all sales reporting and payments to content owners on behalf of its clients, allowing clients to better focus on their core business and their brand’s interaction with consumers.
“NeuroLinq opens exciting new distribution avenues for Neurotic Media and for the online music business as a whole,” stated Shachar Oren, CEO of Neurotic Media. According to Oren, the creation of NeuroLinq was a natural progression for the company. “Our stores management system allows for a tremendous amount of customization. However, some businesses already have a store infrastructure in place, or seek to integrate digital product sales into existing elements of a portal or a widget. They don’t need a hosted store service but rather seek to integrate downloads into their existing systems. NeuroLinq is a powerful tool that allows such companies to launch download services quickly and economically.”
Two Neurotic Media clients are already utilizing NeuroLinq. The first, Tunaverse™, is an innovative new mobile multi-media software service and music community that provides true remote control of home digital media. Partnered with Neurotic Media, Tunaverse provides MP3s for purchase “on the go,” that automatically download at home. “Neurotic Media’s NeuroLinq is the engine behind our music sales,” said Tunaverse VP Hal Denton. “Integration into our service was easy and seamless.” A second client, SoundLoud, uses NeuroLinq for their SoundLoud SoundStation™ widget, which allows artists to quickly and easily create widget stores for their content and then incorporate them into any existing Web site or community site platform. Shaun Newsum, CEO of SoundLoud, commented: “In my ten years in the IT space, I have worked with many vendors delivering data via XML and other feeds. None were as easy to work with or as robust as the Neurotic Media Product API.”