My Soundcloud Followers
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Written by OmariSoundcloud has had it’s ups and downs over the past few years, but it can still be a viable source for artists to get discovered and attract new listeners. However, like most of these platforms, it quickly got overcrowded with a plethora of musicians fighting to get the same attention. I explained in another article that your music is bound to go nowhere on Soundcloud without an adequate get better, more quality Soundcloud followers, here are a few tips you can is a free site that lets users create follow-to-download stead of giving away your songs completely free, you set up your songs through the site and can have users agree to repost, like, and follow your songs/account in exchange for a ‘s super easy to set up and there isn’t a single artist who should not be using it! (It’s free)The good news is you can register and make your gateways in just 60 seconds! Look at the video below. 2. DON’T PAY FOR FOLLOWERS OR LIKESI am in no way, shape, or form against artists buying music promotion if it’s good, organic I am definitely not supporting buying fake plays or likes. I know it can get you extra exposure down the line, but it’s not worth it in my a listener comes to your page and notices you have a ton of plays with very little likes or reposts (and the comments look fake), they’re going to know something isn’t, I’ll reiterate there’s NOTHING wrong with real music promotion, but leave the fake stuff for the birds. 3. HOW TO GET IN GOOD WITH BLOGGERSOne way to get a quick boost for plays is to be featured on a blog, but you have to know how to network with bloggers in order to be featured. This blog usually gets around 100 music submissions each day. The people who do end up being featured always have a certain number of traits though. – They are humble when they submit. I’m completely sick and tired of someone telling me they have the hottest music out there, then I click the link and the song isn’t even mixed and mastered. If your music is good, people will tell you it’s good. There’s no need to boast about your own work because it’s obviously going to be a biased opinion. – Their songs are high-quality. You can have all the talent in the world, but if the recording isn’t pleasing to the ear, it’s not getting featured. Not everyone has the big bucks to get the best music engineering services in the world, but you can least make it sound decent. – Think about what the blogger wants instead of what you want. Most people submit their music with one goal in mind, “How can I get more listens to my song? ” Why? Because people are extremely self-centered. They want to know what’s in it for them, so what do you think a blogger wants to know? The EXACT same want to know how featuring your music will benefit their site. 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Try going to maybe the 2nd or 3rd page of the Google search page whenever you’re looking for blogs who accept On Our SoundCloud Page5. USE THE LAW OF RECIPROCITY ON SOCIAL MEDIAThe law of reciprocity is whenever someone does something for you, you naturally feel obligated to pay it forward. If all you do is look to see what you can GET rather than what you can GIVE, you’ll make a terrible collaborative partner. Try to see what value you can add to others on social media, and you’ll notice that people enjoy your interaction a lot more. 6. STOP PUTTING ALL THE FOCUS ON YOUComment, like, and repost OTHER peoples music from your SoundCloud account! Message those people (if you sincerely like their music) and ask if they want to collaborate and repost some of your songs as well. It can be as simple as this, “Hey man. I’m really digging your track, “track name”. I reposted it on my account! I think we make similar music and both our audiences can grow if you’re down to repost some of my stuff occasionally too? Here’s a track of mine if you want to share it. “That wasn’t too hard, right? You’re giving someone else a compliment, and still can grow your own channel. 7. INCLUDE OTHERS IN YOUR GATEWAYSWith you can put up to 7 SoundCloud accounts in a single follow-to-download you often collaborate with another artist. You could include each other in your follow-to-download gateways and grow twice as fast! I’d mostly use this method if you’re a blog channel or you collaborate often, but it’s still useful for everybody! Free SoundCloud Followers HacksAside from using to set up your download gateways, you can pretty much use a follow in exchange for an action with anything! You could give away a piece of merchandise to one random SoundCloud follower and announce a contest via the rest of your social media about can give out free show tickets to SoundCloud followersThese are simply ways to get more people involved and following your SoundCloud channel. Technically, they’re not 100% free as a ticket does cost you something, but it’s a super cheap way to get more SoundCloud followers, these methods are organic and real. The worst thing to can do is try to get free SoundCloud followers from a free trial, generator, or you want to get real SoundCloud followers, the best way is to try out the methods listed in this How To Get To 50, 000 SoundCloud FollowersIt’s been awhile since we first released this article. Since that time we’ve grown our main channel (@omari-mc) to over 50K didn’t happen overnight, but we’ve been able to steadily increase our SoundCloud followers with the tools laid out here (pretty much on auto pilot) is no magic app to get followers or a followers exchange, but we have used repost exchanges with other channels our size. Instead of purchasing SoundCloud followers, we built tools like to get the word out about our channels. Creating a free service is a great way to get publicity for whatever you’re trying to do in has been instrumental in helping us get the most followers with getting unfollowers or fake these tips and you’ll be sure to see a significant boost in your organic SoundCloud followers. Stay clear of websites offering free followers without human verification or making you do surveys to get followers. In the end, if it sounds too good to be true it usually your song is ready to go, it’s time to start promoting it to potential fans! 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11,000 people started following me on SoundCloud, and I don …
I won’t link my page, unless requested, so you guys understand that this isn’t a self promotion. I woke up last friday, checked my page, and noticed 2000 new followers. Needless to say, compared to my original 100 something (all friends/fellow musicians), I was floored. They kept coming in by the thousands every day, and continue to! Right now I’m dangerously close to 12, 000, and Im getting about one new follower every 2 minutes. I’ve tried messaging a ton of them, and only one responded, saying: “I dont know… i just log me and i hear your your tack so i follow;)”Anyone know what’s going on?! I’ve googled my name endlessly to see if I’ve been reposted anywhere, to no avail! I personally think my tunes are pretty good, but not to this degree a complaint, by any means, just super;DR – 12, 000 followers on soundcloud, out of nowhere. Why? EDIT: i wish i could see the comments. my inbox is too messy to properly read everyones comment:(
Why are all my followers on Soundcloud probably bots? – Vi …
Whenever I post a track, someone follows me, and they usually have nothing posted except some weird “Submit your track – link in description” thing. Is this just something automatic, and is there a way to get it so that those who follow me aren’t, for lack of a better word, bots?
Pianist, Composer & Arranger
Yes, this happens to me every time I upload a track. Maybe having a Premium Soundcloud account stops this type of spamming? I simply remove them from my followers list immediately.
I get those “submit your track” followers all the time too. But I’m pretty sure mine are all legitimate and extremely gorgeous women like their profile photos prove.
Well, if i buy soundcloud (or any social media) followers and all of their bots just click my profile to follow me then the system (soundcloud etc) will know its bots. Or it will be too easy to tell its not real followers.
therefore, those fake accounts just clicks a huge number or random profiles (like yours), ads, etc, follow all types of poeple etc so they look like real accounts. some or obvious. others have known how to hide it better.
10k followers all from the same account and someone else orders the serve with the same 10k will look dubious and also get soundclous to take down the accoutns.
A glorified bedroom composer…
I like those who like and follow after 5 seconds of posting a new track. Hilarious.
All I know is mine have great taste.
You could definitely be right. I usually keep them to pad my own ego (unless there desperate as you’ll find)
I’d seriously encourage you to find a better platform than SC. If I’m not mistaken, they own the rights to everything you upload there.
You must write great intros haha!
You own all the rights of your tracks. They have rights to listen to your music, all other uses are subject to copyright law. The rights owner (composer, artist) will not waive his rights by uploading. Let me know if I’m wrong.
Maybe having a Premium Soundcloud account stops this type of spamming?
I’m afraid that having a “Pro” account does not help with people spamming your stuff.
I generally watch a new track for around an hour and instantly report each and every one for SPAM and they are normally deleted pretty quick.
I also report spammers of other peeps tracks, too, so apologies if you would rather have their SPAM on your SC tracks… Personally, I think that they are anathema.
Soundcloud is no good these days, imo. It used to be really good, but those days are gone.
I only use it for sending demos and even that isn’t good due to Soundcloud’s horrible compression.
This thing with “bots” happened to me once or twice and it’s annoying, because none of us want that, we want real people right? I don’t think Pro accounts solves that. If you use to upload all your stuff for people to listen, try Bandcamp it’s free, preview in high quality and people can even buy it there or look for an alternative. If you use it for demos etc.. then you don’t have to worry much about those bots, I guess.
I have pretty much stopped using Soundcloud because it’s overrun with bots and offers no real advantages for me that I can see. For music players, I much prefer Reelcrafter, which has a ton of advantages over Soundcloud and is about $1 more per month than SC Pro for their top tier.
Follow the track and you will find the missing DNC server that is still sending spam…
I had a look at that.
I don’t get it.
There are some examples and when I click on the first one, to the left of their “Gallery” page, it takes you to a page, created by Jesse Harlin, and it looks nothing like the image on the Reelcrafter Gallery page.
Furthermore, when you get to Jesse Harlin’s website you are presented with a SoundCloud link.
Oof. That’s rough.
Regardless, I’m using it on my site. I like it. It’s got some handy features like the analytics/tracking. I strongly dislike the way Soundcloud’s player looks and the insane amount of bots on their site. The social aspects are kinda neat, but don’t really mean a lot for what I’m doing.
Link, please, if you don’t mind
I strongly dislike the way Soundcloud’s player looks
Fair enough. Personally I don’t mind it.
the insane amount of bots on their site
I’m not entirely sure what you mean by “bots”
Sorry, would have posted one, but I wasn’t sure what the policy was on VI-Control on self-advertising. I put it in my signature, which looks to be what most others are doing, but it’s
Straightforward player. Nothing too fancy, but there are some customization options. Might explore that in the future when I rebuild my site (which it desperately needs). The fact that I can send clients reels to download and see when they’ve interacted with them is worth it to me.
As far as bots, it’s mostly just PMs that I get that are all some variation of (this is a recent message copy/paste):
Нowdy hows it gоing
I’ll bе more thаn glad tо рrеsеnt уour trасk
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Аs a rulе, a trаck gains the fоllоwіng аctіvіty:
-> 209 new fаns, 3260 lіstenеrs, 315 lіkе and rеshаrеs, ехtra Vіdео Теaser.
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This is clearly a 100% bullshit offer. You can’t guarantee fans, likes, and listens that aren’t bots. It’s one thing to do paid advertising to pitch to popular playlists (hooray for payola 2. 0). It’s quite another to guarantee listening/social metrics.
I’ve got a whole inbox full of these, and Soundcloud seems to do little to police this sort of thing. It’s a bummer because I like the idea of the social aspect of Soundcloud, though I feel like they haven’t done a lot to extend on this more.
It would be nice if the bots do me the courtesy of listening to my tracks but they don’t even do that!
Frequently Asked Questions about my soundcloud followers
Why does SoundCloud say I have more followers than I do?
Every time you make an action on your SoundCloud account (such as signing in, uploading a track, or following an account) your cache is reset. This means that you may experience jumps in your follower counts when you do any of the above and your cache refreshes and recognizes new information.
Why do random people follow me on SoundCloud?
If you’ve noticed an unexpected, sudden increase in activity on your account, this can sometimes be explained by fake accounts on the platform. These accounts follow, play, like and repost sounds across the community in order to appear human.
How many followers can you have on SoundCloud?
The overall following limit is 2000 and this is applied to all subscriptions. This is a measure designed to reduce stability issues related to following a large number of accounts (e.g. problems loading your Stream, followings page etc).