Immitter doesn’t just store your tracks on a server like many other “artist” platforms. We introduce your tracks to new audiences you never even knew existed and then we seduce them with your branding.
Before we can help you tell your story, successfully, we must prepare your tracks for their journey.
“Those who aim to merely dump music on Immitter, let the algorithm do the work, and disappear, will not be the rulers of the Immitter” ~ Imtr0
When releasing your newest tracks to the Internet Music Transmitter, make sure your tracks are uploaded successfully, Ripe with key words and brushed with your branding.
Below are 3 basic ways, you can help your music enter our daily streams and weekly distribution – and stay there!
- Make sure all uploaded songs fit Immitters streaming requirements
- The maximum file size for uploads is 50 MB
- Currently, only sound files (mp3, wav, ogg, m4a) are allowed
- TIP: You can also drag & drop song files on to the upload pane
- TIP: To make sure you track was successfully uploaded, check your album. If track duration is blank, that means something went wrong.
- HELP: If you are having trouble with your upload please email the track to Immitter@gmail.com and we’ll troubleshoot the track and complete the upload on your behalf.
2. Use Tags, and Track Descriptions
- Filters allow you to tap into audiences you would never have reached by just selecting a track genre.
- Tags increase the amount of streams your tracks accumulate by enabling your tracks to take advantage of keyword exact match via search.
- Track descriptions are visible during track playback, in users feeds and our weekly email distribution.
- Tracks are searchable via google and can display results in the google search platform.
3. Add Cover Art to New Releases
- New releases on Immitter with Cover art have a 5 times greater chance of being clicked on over releases without cover art
- Cover art adds to your professionalism as an artist
4. Add a Profile Picture (Bonus)
- We can’t help you tell your story if you are choosing to be anonymous
- Artists that add album art are more likely to do better on Immitter, because it differentiates the artists that know the importance of branding from the artists who either do not or don’t care.
- Question. If Immitter attracts a new listener for you and that listener happens to like the track we’ve just introduced to them so much, they head over to your latest album to check out more tracks. This new listener is on the verge of converting to a new fan. After your album, where do you think this user will head next? Answer. Your profile 🙂