Spotify Best Practices : How to pimp your Spotify Artist profile in 6 Steps (Part 1)
Getting your music on Spotify through a digital distributor (like iMusician) can allow your fans to listen to your music and follow you on the most important streaming platform worldwide. However even with over 50 million subscribers globally, this is only half of the job. In order to promote your music and make it more “visible” to your fans (and potential new fans), you should take care of your Spotify profile like a shop front where everything must be meticulously selected. Here are 6 steps to help you to pimp your Spotify profile :
Which Licenses Do I Need for My Livestream as a Musician or DJ?
Clearly, the world has changed in the last couple of months. COVID-19 has forced artists and bands to postpone live gigs, creating a situation that nobody has experienced before: We’re all stuck at home.
End of Year Deadlines for Digital Music Distribution
The end of the year is coming. Are your releases ready? Not only are the last six weeks of the year the busiest time to release music, many shops and streaming platforms are closed or have limited support during the winter holidays. If you’ve got releases planned in December or early January, take a look at the deadlines and tips, below, to make sure your release plan goes, well, according to plan.
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