Are Musicians Wasting Their Money on Paying for Music Distribution?

Success in You Music Career is Dependent on Your Streaming Success In today's digital age, it's easier than ever for musicians to distribute their music to a wide audience. However, with so many different distribution services available, it can be difficult to know which one is right for you. And with some services charging monthly or yearly fees, it's natural to wonder if paying for music distribution is really worth it. If you have not heard, record labels, radio stations even advertizers look at performance stats on sites like Spotify, Tidal and iTunes before working with an artist. You can say you have a huge following and maybe you do, but before they spend money they want to know how many fans in what socio-economic groups, education background, device usage and more. This is all so they can generate reports that determine ticket prices for your show to the popularity of a song in 35 years all in effort to calculate if they invest $1, how much will they make back. Spo

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