We’re happy and proud to introduce SubmitHub events to our Feed. Here’s why this is awesome:
If you’re an artist trying to get a feature on an important blog or playlist, this endeavor can turn into quite an unnerving task. Especially if you’re not getting a response for a piece of art you worked your ass off for.
Here’s where SubmitHub comes into play. For those of you who have never tried it, it’s basically a structured funnel between artists and blogs, channels (Spotify, Youtube, Soundcloud), record labels and radio stations.
It structures the submission process by regulating access via monetization. Consequently, SubmitHub premium credits give blog-owners a professional perspective and the opportunity to spend a miniature amount of time on each submission.
The consequence for artists is a fast response-system, involving individual messages of approval or reasons of decline. As opposed to mass-mailed submission waves.
And this might be the real selling point: Apart from getting the chance of a feature on a blog you dig, you, as a musician, are able to receive valuable, contextual pointers and feedback on your sound.
Feedback by people who deal with music professionally on a daily basis is just invaluable. Furthermore, it can give you a sense of where you might be positioned within the streaming-sphere. It should definitely influence future conversations with your team, label, basically everyone creatively involved.
Convenient campaign overview
And here’s the great news: We integrated SubmitHub into the ForTunes app. So from now on, you’re able to see the results of your SubmitHub campaigns rollin’ directly onto your mobile device.
Each blog-post or playlist addition, generated through your SubmitHub campaign, will trigger a SubmitHub branded event on your ForTunes Feed: The most convenient way to monitor your blog outreach.4 join the family and show some love for this!