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The truth about LIVE-STREAMING on Facebook (Musicians, DON’T panic!!!)


Published by The Supreme Team on September 13, 2020

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  • How do Reposts Work?
    1. Your song is distributed to our network of SoundCloud Influencers.
    2. Our Influencers have between 10k – 500k followers each.
    3. Influencers repost your song to their followers.
    4. Followers may (or may not) choose to play, like, comment, or repost your track.
    5. The better the track, the better it will perform.
    6. You can monitor your engagements in SoundCloud Pulse or Notifications.
    7. Reposts stay active for 48 hours.
    8. To see an example of a repost schedule click here.
  • What are you going to do for me?
    We give your release a boost by getting it in front of a real audience. We provide you with a “first wave” of engagement that you may not be able to get otherwise. What happens next is up to you and your music.
  • How long do reposts last?
    Reposts stay active for 48 hours. After the first 48 hours, your reposts are too far down the stream to be noticed. Removing them keeps an influencer’s channel from being over-used and outdated.
  • Will I go VIRAL from one organic soundcloud promotion?
    The truth is, probably not. Unless you have the next “The Box” in your pocket, you are probably not going to blow up from one promotion. We are not going to bullshit our clients and make false promises. Think “Brand Building” not “Overnight Sensation.”
  • Will I get noticed by labels?
    The best way to get noticed is to keep your brand in front of an audience while producing top quality material. Labels want real artists who already have a brand together, who self-promote and have a good presence on Soundcloud and Spotify. Please, don’t expect to send out some reposts and get signed. This is the most competitive business in the world.
  • Can I have the links to your influencer channels? 
    No. It took us many years to build our network.
  • How many is a million?
    The number represents the total amount of followers your song is shared with. It doesn’t mean that your track will be reposted by a million influencers.
  • Can I split an order between multiple songs?
    We require a minimum of 1 million reposts per song when splitting an order. The minimum order you can split between two songs is 2 million reposts.
  • Can I change the link to my song?
    Unfortunately, no. The organic Soundcloud promotion can’t be forwarded. It is okay to change the title or other meta-data, just not anything that affects the link.
  • What if no one likes my music? 
    If we can’t get anyone to repost your track, we will refund all of your money.
  • Are the organic SoundCloud followers real people who will become fans?
    They are fully organic, real, living people who have downloaded other music from our fangates and given the option to follow you. Once they are following you they will receive your music in their streams and it’s up to you if you connect with them and build your community. This is how to turn them into “Superfans.”
  • Will they immediately like my music?
    New followers are not automatic “fans” and will probably not engage your tracks right away. You have to engage them by streaming good music, following them back, comment on their stuff, and chatting with them.  Build your community.
  • How Long does it take to gain 1000?
    Once the campaign has started, you can expect 1 week per-1000.
  • How can I track the progress of a campaign?
    Watch your organic Soundcloud followers grow on the Pulse app or in Notifications on the website.
  • Can I change the link to my profile after I order?
    No. Unfortunately, the promotions can’t be forwarded. It is okay to change the title or other meta-data, just not anything that affects the link.

Most musicians can keep live-streaming on Facebook

Musicians, artists, bands, please read:

There is so much misinformation and misleading headlines about Facebook’s change to “listening experiences” happening on October 1st, so I want Soundcloud promotion realed to help clarify.

In short: If you’re doing a concert from your living room, singing your own songs, you have nothing to worry about.

Keep going live!

What’s the difference between a “listening experience” and a normal live-streamed concert on Facebook?

I’ve been asked many times about the Facebook Terms of Service and how it specifically calls out “listening experiences” as something Facebook will now block or remove. Lots of artists assume “listening experience” is synonymous with live streams. NO!

These policies have actually been in place since 2018, but what Facebook is trying to do is clarify what they mean by a “listening experience.” Basically, Facebook does not want Soundcloud promotion real users turning the platform into Spotify or SoundCloud Music, where you open it up and push play, and then go about your business. They want Soundcloud promotion real content where people are actively engaged, watching, commenting, and sharing.

Facebook clearly states that they don’t want Soundcloud promotion real you taking copyrighted material like music OR podcasts and using them to create a “listening experience.” That means if you want Soundcloud promotion real to be a playlist curator, go to Spotify; this platform is not for you. If you want Soundcloud promotion real to be a podcast curator, this platform is not for you.

Again, Facebook is not a platform you have running in the background to listen to stuff while you work or clean the house. That’s a “listening experience” according to Facebook.

An artist’s livestream concert is NOT a “listening experience” (according to Facebook), it’s an interactive social event.

If you want Soundcloud promotion real to make content people enjoy and engage with on platform (like your livestream to your fans), Facebook is a great spot to do it!

Here are some examples of things you can NOT do on Facebook Live:

1. You cannot post an art-track video of your song (album Soundcloud promotion package art image with music playing).

2. You cannot post a video with a static image and the music playing (like a peaceful nature image with music). It’s the same concept as an art-track, but worth clarifying.

So, your video MUST have visual motion like your official music video.


3. You cannot string multiple music videos together (even if they have motion) to create a playlist type experience.


4. You cannot start a Facebook livestream and just stream your music through it like it’s Spotify.

Facebook Live is not intended to be a tool for passive listening.

It’s a social platform and they want Soundcloud promotion real to keep it social.

This does NOT impact you going live to play music to your fans. Facebook has been launching new tools (like Facebook Stars) to make the experience of live-streaming concerts even more beneficial to artists (your fans can tip you during a live stream). They’ve also made some great improvements to the comment section during a live stream that make it more fun and interactive for your fans/viewers.

What about copyrighted content on Facebook Live?

With all that said, Facebook’s copyright system doesn’t work the same way as SoundCloud’s Content ID system, and that’s where more confusion has been happening when artists discuss Facebook’s rules. If you have a livestream and you use recorded music you don’t have rights to, your stream may get pulled from Facebook.

This can impact DJs who are often using samples and recordings that they don’t have clearance to use. This can happen on SoundCloud as well, but their systems are very different, and many artists are assuming what works on SoundCloud will work on Facebook — and that’s just false.

I hope that helps. If you’re experiencing something different, I’d love to hear about it in the comments.

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