Free YouTube Promotion
FREE YouTube Playlist Submissions to 800+ Playlist Curators
- You submit a profile to The Supreme Team.
- We send your profile and track to 800+ curators with a letter of introduction.
- Curators decide if they want to add you to their lists. (They may contact you for more information first.)
- Your profile is added to the Hype Urban Music Blog (thehum.us/).
- Your profile is promoted on our social media accounts.
FREE YOUTUBE PROMOTION
Free YouTube Playlist Submissions
What should I say when pitching to a YouTube curator?
The best approach is to be brief, be close to home, be clear, and be yourself.
Be brief: by far most playlist keepers DON’T have any desire to peruse your extensive public statement or biography. A concise presentation (“Hi, I’m a producer from Germany”) is all you truly need. Attempt to hold your whole message to close to 50-75 words.
Be personal: Do you react well to standard frame letters? Neither do playlist custodians! Set aside the effort to customize your message to the individual you’re reaching.
Be clear: Be clear about what you need – and determine which playlist you’re pitching! Recall that numerous caretakers own few playlists, so “If it’s not too much trouble, think about my melody for your playlist” probably won’t cut it.
How many tracks should I send a curator for free YouTube promotion?
For these free youtube playlist submissions, Only ONE.
What sort of reaction will I get?
You’ll either get a positive reaction, a negative reaction, or no reaction by any means.
Positive response: Ideally the playlist proprietor cherishes your tune, adds it to their free YouTube playlist entries, and afterward composes back to you to let you know. Whoopee! Some playlist proprietors will essentially say “Much appreciated, I’ll look at it!” Thank them consequently, and give them a lot of time. You can circle back to them later assuming you need to, yet just on the off chance that it feels right. Try not to be pushy!
PRO TIP: Remember to regard each keeper as a likely new fan. Be ready to answer rapidly in the event that you get a reaction, particularly on stages like Facebook Messenger where individuals anticipate prompt reactions. In the event that you can start up a discussion, even better!
Negative response: In our experience, this seldom occurs. Caretakers who don’t care for your music typically will not try answering. Periodically you might get a, “Much obliged, however, it’s not an ideal choice for my playlist” reaction. Try not to think about it literally! Express gratitude toward them for setting aside the effort to pay attention to your melody. In the event that they appear to be amicable in general and the energy feels right, you can inquire as to whether it’s alright for you to send them more tunes in the future.
No response: Most of the time, you’ll get no reaction. This is ordinary! Individuals are occupied, or they probably won’t see your message, or they may be taking a break from Facebook (or whichever stage you’re utilizing to reach them). Some playlist proprietors will add you to their playlist and not tell you. This is typical too.
While answers might come in as little as a couple of days, some take significantly more. It’s not strange to get answers months after the fact.
Some playlist curators ask for a placement fee. This is not uncommon. If a fee is required, the curator will work directly with you. Supreme Team is not responsible for any transaction resulting from playlist submissions. Any deals made between you and the curator are your own.
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Getting your music on popular free YouTube promotion channels can feel amazing. I still remember how excited I was when I got my music featured for the first time. It wasn’t an easy task though. Standing out from dozens of other tracks that promotion channels receive each day is a tall order. Making great music is not always enough. You need to know when, where and how to submit your music.
Preparing your music
Before submitting your track, make sure than it’s completely finished. Sending unfinished tracks gives the impression that you are unable to get songs finished or that you can’t decide how it should sound.
Perfecting the track is just one thing you should do before contacting promoters. You will also need to create artwork for your track. Making an album cover for your track makes it look more professional. The promoter will see that you have made an effort by creating the cover art. Many promoters give you an opportunity to submit your art along with the track. It makes a promoter’s life much easier – and you should want to make their life as easy as you can. Creating an album cover for you track can be difficult if you haven’t done it before.
YouTube promotion channels
Once your track and art are ready, you can proceed to find good promotion channels for you music. We all want to be featured on channels like NoCopyrightSounds, Monstercat, Trap Nation, xKito, MrSuicideSheep or DubstepGutter. Many tracks uploaded on those channels gains millions of views. However, before deciding which promotion channel you want to be added to, you have to ask yourself a question “is my music a good fit for that channel? If you have just started making music, you may only become disappointed by submitting to huge YouTube channels.