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Spotify promotions is the only way!
Are you a cool young musician? How skilled you are? Can you play any instrument imaginable, or you can name each and every instrument in a highly-complicated composition? Are you creating your own music? I hope you do. And are you uploading it to Spotify? Yes? Great. But what about the performance of your music? Are you satisfied with it? With the number of plays, likes, followers you get? Do you want more? Then I have good news for you - this text will be about Spotify promotions, reasons to promote your music, and overall results of the promotions. We will dream together now, my friend.
If you look at all music streaming services, you will never see such a huge audience like Spotify has. Other services will have a hundred million users at best, but Spotify has more than three times that - 356 million people, and this number is constantly growing! That’s unbelievable! And if you look at the benefits that Spotify gives to its creators (such as the highest royalties on the market, ease of use, etc), it will not be hard to understand why thousands of new musicians are joining Spotify right now, this mere second you are reading this sentence.
There are three types of young musicians on Spotify: believers, droppers, and risk-takers. The first ones only upload their music. Such creators will upload it for years and years, waiting for success to come. And they will never do anything that can really make a difference. Second ones - droppers, they drop all their expectations, hopes, and dreams right after the first loss. Such people don’t usually perform well, and become forgotten rather quickly.
However, the last ones, the risk-takers, they do everything they can to become popular. They upload regularly, engage in social media, promote their music by themselves and buy Spotify promotions. Such creators do become successful, and not only because of the promotion. So, are you a risk-taker?
Promotion of your music is now a completely legal and organic process. It combines social engineering, psychology, and knowledge of the internet. Weird way to put it, but okay. The companies that promote music, do have knowledge of how people work, how to make them do something, and where to get those people. So through a variety of promotion methods they manage to attract almost any amount of traffic necessary, enough to make everyone popular and famous. Real people see a post in someone's blog, in a music magazine, on YouTube, and decides to check it out. Quick listening, and you have your play, your follower, and your like. Completely real and organic. The age of bots is over! So, check it out yourself, and you will not regret!
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