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Pandora relaunches its (free) Artist Marketing Platform (and it’s super artist-friendly)

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Reposted with permission. Originally posted by Chris Robley at the CD Baby DIY Musician blog.

I’ve just spent the morning checking out Pandora’s new promotion tools available to artists who are distributing music to Pandora via a licensed partner (like CD Baby). Without turning this post into a list of superlatives, let me just say that they’re great and you should be using them if your music is on Pandora.

What are the tools? We’ll get to that. But first…

Who can you reach with the new suite of tools in Artist Marketing Platform (or AMP)? Potentially, lots of people — and for free.

Because Pandora’s Music Genome maps similar artists and songs across a huge taxonomy of musical attributes, every time someone creates a station based on a a similar artist or song, your music has a chance of being served to that listener. This is what Pandora calls “The Pandora Effect.”

The more times listeners create a station based on YOUR music, the more often it gets played in other stations. Continue reading Pandora relaunches its (free) Artist Marketing Platform (and it’s super artist-friendly)

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Get Your Music On Internet Radio!

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So you’re an unsigned artist and you want to get some radio play. That is definitely an uphill battle, but it can be won. A path of lesser resistance would be internet radio, and two of the bigger platforms are Pandora and SiriusXM. This post will help you navigate what to do to be considered. The information provided here was from my own personal experience as well as from Chris Robley. The quality of your music will be a big proponent in getting you through the door, so make sure you get it mixed and mastered to sound the best! Continue reading Get Your Music On Internet Radio!