So, you have a Sound Cloud page. Congratulations, you’ve just completed step 1 to getting your music noticed! Doesn’t it feel great? Well, just so you know there are hundred and hundreds of Sound Cloud accounts fighting for the listener’s ear, possibly even more. Yikes. Fear not, because there’s actually a lot you can do to make your page that much popular. Sound Cloud in itself, is a very useful service especially for aspiring musicians. It’s free and it has a big network of subscribers you can reach out to. For a lot of people, they may not necessarily be able to afford all the promotional expenses that come from getting a song on the radio. But, the internet is a great place to do it without spending a dime.

Maximize the Plays

You want to increase the engagement you receive when you release new music into your page. The worst feeling is working hard on a track and only a few people get to hear it. If you don’t know how to raise up the number of comments, likes, and shares you get on your page then why not try a service that does? Services like offer a way to do that. For a fee, they canadd more plays and comments to your page. It may not be free, but the price you pay won’t break the bank.

Get Creative

SoundCloud may be all about the audio, but people are very visuals when they pick a song. Even before that first listen, a consumer will make a subtle judgment of how good a music will sound based on its artwork. The album cover, the profile pic, and even the description are minute ways the listener will use to make a call whether to listen to something or not. It has absolutely nothing to do with the music, but it will help add more plays to your songs.

Go the Extra Mile

If you can, don’t just stop at making great album artwork, make a great music video! It’s a lot of work but it will raise your chances of getting noticed. People grew up with the idea that behind great music is a great video. You can tap into that behavior to get more listeners. It doesn’t need to be elaborate, it just needs to look enticing enough for your viewer to listen to your other songs under your account.


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