You need to get your music real exposure in order to gain traction.
Much like any other business, you must get your music in front of a real audience. The best way to to do this is to go through Spotify promotion companies that utilize organic marketing. This is the best route for most artists.
Why go through a Spotify Promotion company?
First they are great at getting your music exposure. This means more plays to your song. The more plays you get, equals more royalties. If your music can capture an audience, Spotify promotion companies can help build your fan base.
Just remember to only use companies that use organic music promotion tactics instead of bots. Spotify is great at spotting fraudulent activities.
When you look into a Spotify Promotion Company make sure the promotion is organic. Never use bots or services that use bots. You may get instant fake plays, but it’s the real organic promotion that will give you the best results.
Here are a few of the best Spotify promotion companies in the industry in 2020.
The one thing that makes Dream Music Pr Firm such a sought after company is that all of their Spotify marketing services include running ads. Even when they pitch your track to curators they still run ads directly to the artists Spotify profile. They have ran campaigns for thousands of artists, and record labels around the world. So you definitely want to reach out to us, and see why artists, record labels, and even other Spotify promotion companies run campaigns with Dream Music Pr Firm.
You can find their Spotify pitching services HERE
Organic Music Promotion has already made a big name for themselves in the music industry They have became a major outlet in the Atlanta. Ga music scene. Working with many major hip hop artists from Future to Lil Baby, their reputation speaks for itself. So when they say they can get you real exposure, they’re not playing. The best part they guarantee organic music promotion.
You can find their site HERE
ParkBench13 has a great organic approach to getting your music heard. They’re one of the few companies that use organic promotion. No bots. Just real results.
They support this method with solid analytics, and great customer service. Their ability to understand your audience is just one of their strengths as a marketing company. They’re very professional with a clear vision to give musicians a real opportunity to be heard.
You can find their site HERE
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Music Artist It’s Finally Here: Submit Your Song To Official Spotify Editorial Team. Submission forms for Spotify have been floating around the web for awhile now. For the few artists that have found these mysterious Google Forms the links were closely guarded and rarely shared. With major labels and distributors able to pitch priority releases to the editorial team through other means this left many Indie artists left out in the cold.
If you have an upcoming new release (a song that has been uploaded via a distributor but is not out yet), you will see an option at the top of your dashboard allowing you to submit your song. If your upcoming release is an album, you will only be able to submit one song from the album.
SUBMIT A SONG will appear on the top right corner of your dashboard. This will ONLY show if you have an upcoming release.
Once you submit a song, Spotify will ask you to add details relating to genre and sub-genre, you can also share mood, moment, and even the location associated with your release. Keep in mind that this can also be added after the release by using Line-In for Spotify.
One very important (and exciting) piece of information that seems to be overlooked is that your song will be added into the Release Radar for ALL of your followers if you submit at least 7 days before release day.
Here’s what’s great about this… if you have 5,000 fans, that equals 5,000 Release Radar playlists that your song will be added to that week! So artist this means you need to really focus on gaining more followers for your upcoming releases
If you’ve submitted for playlist consideration at least seven days in advance, your track will automatically be shared to your followers’ Release Radar playlist on release day.
This means the number of followers you have equals the number of playlists you’re guaranteed to be in on release day.
Songs that are submitted fewer than seven days in advance are not guaranteed placement on Release Radar.