Your Music on Internet Radio

Hey

Did we introduce you to Jango Airplay for DIY music promotion yet?

Do you ever think, wouldn’t it be nice if I could…

  • get my music played to people all around the world?
  • have it mixed into online radio stations that are playing popular music similar to mine?
  • gather information about who it is played to and how well it was received?
  • see specifics about the people that like my music?

That’s exactly what Jango Airplay does! Best of all, you can set this up in a matter of minutes – and, as a TuneCore artist, you can get free bonus plays on Jango.

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Jango Airplay is a powerful promotional tool for DIY artists and here’s why:

# 1 Exposure (the Smart Kind)
Jango plays your music to a very large and real audience – their online radio stations have 8 Million listeners – and you decide who hears your music. If your music is similar to Eminem, you get played to people who like Eminem. If you think your music does better with fans of Lady Antebellum, you direct your campaign to their fans. You can also target your promotion to specific states or countries. In a nutshell, you get exposure to the people who are most likely to become your fans.

# 2 Get New Fans
When your songs play on Jango Radio, your listeners are encouraged to interact with you. They can like your music, become your fan, and also share their contact info. Plan ahead by informing fans in a certain region about an upcoming gig, build up hype for a new album you just dropped, or simply add new fans to your mailing lists.

# 3 Reports and Insights
Jango gives you detailed, daily reports on the things you care about: plays, likes, fans, and more. These reports are not just data; they answer questions like “which song is most likely to be a hit?” or “does my music generate better response in California or New York?”

Thanks for reading.

Your friends @tunecore

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Selling Your Art

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whatever the case it may be hard for you to ascribe a price to something you have worked so hard to accomplish. I have always been a fan of art setting it’s own price. By finding out how much others are willing to pay for certain items you set reasonable third party expectations. Also you avoid the awkward moment of realizing that your art is not what you thought it was worth by someone refusing to pay such a price.

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