Before becoming a famous musician, every artist goes this way. A path starting from playing in the basement at the parents’ house, then performing at school events, deciding to create and recording your own music, then publishing it and dreaming that it will now shoot and become popular. But no one at that age warned you that everything is not so simple. It’s not enough just to download the track, that there is still a lot of hard work to promote yourself, compete with other artists and, finally, achieve popularity. So young artists often face problems in this particular part of the journey, in promotion.
First, you need to at least study the market in order to know where to publish your tracks so that they can be seen by a large number of people, that the algorithms of this platform do not stifle small creators, that the prospects for development and earnings are visible. After this analysis, you can see that Spotify is such a platform. It has about 350 million users and over 1.2 million artists, provides good quality music, the ability to grow, a large number of different playlists, which you can get into with organic Spotify promotion and various statistics that will help you when analyzing your popularity. Even knowing that Spotify is the largest music platform should have been enough to realize that it’s worthwhile (it’s not just that all these people use it).
So, you have already registered, started uploading your tracks, mastered this platform and followed the statistics. But in order to grow organically with algorithms, you need to start promoting. And it is imperative to promote, because of so many artists, Spotify cannot devote its time to everyone and has to choose who to raise up, and it chooses only promising and quickly gaining auditions. You can do it yourself for a start, publish posts with your tracks on Facebook, Instagram, try to set up a target and participate in different events. This, of course, will give some results in the beginning, but the whole process will take a lot of time and because of this, the effectiveness of this method is minimal. Therefore, it is better to put yourself in the hands of professionals who will help you quickly and without unnecessary clogging of your head (fill it with writing tracks, after all, you want to become a musician, not engage in promotion) organically grow in Spotify. And then the algorithms themselves will lift you up, add to various playlists and recommend to users.