Withdraw Funds

Did you recently get paid by Immitter?  Immitter pays out a portion of the rewards pool, monthly to our top - 1000 most played tracks.

If you would like to automatically withdraw your payments from the Immitter platform - navigate over to your My-Accounts page within your profile.  If you are new to Immitter, you will first have to connect your account to stripe.com by clicking the yellow connect to stripe button under your profile picture. Immitter can also pay out to your PayPal account provided the correct PayPal credentials have been entered in your profile details.

Once your account is connected to Stripe the Immitter withdraw buttons should become visible.  Stripe withdrawal will allow you to withdraw monthly payments from the Immitter as well as any payments donated from fans and listeners. Please keep in mind that in order to withdraw funds from the Immitter, your revenue balance must hold a minimum balance of $50 USD while your Donation Balance must be greater than $1 USD.

If you do not meet the minimum balance or simply prefer to keep your Immitter monthly payments in your account, Immitter offers you the option to use your account funds to purchase additional upload credits and promote new or existing tracks to the promoted page for increased visibility.

If you happen to live in a country that does not support stripe, we sincerely appreciate your patience. As of this time we are currently working on connecting additional payment providers.

How to find your Spotify, Apple Music, Youtube & Soundcloud Distribution link

When uploading to Immitter, you may be asked to enter the URL of any 3rd party services that you might be using.  Please keep in mind that the domain name of the distribution services that we accept are already filled in for you.

ex. open.spotify.com/

When filling in this information please make sure that you are adding only the information after the ".com/"

Below are a some helpful links that will help you find the information you need to quickly and successfully display and link out to your 3rd party distribution Services.
Note: It is advised that once you enter this information to test your distribution links out on your public profile page to make sure that you are directing new listeners and fans to the right location.


Find SPOTIFY URL Here >>

Immitter example. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ZgYt1r2Wx5vwwjovdmROY?si=PQtCVwRUQUeV21jSSFloRA&nd=1

Apple Music: 

Find Apple Music URL Here >>

Immitter example. https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/dna-picasso/1329632383


Find Youtube Channel URL Here >>

Immitter example. https://www.youtube.com/user/Immitter


Find Soundcloud URL Here >>

Immitter example. https://www.soundcloud.com/username

Differentiate Yourself: Upload Successfully Every Time.

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!

  1. 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 🙂

2 Ways To Create a Repeat Track On Immitter

We’ve all come across THAT song or THAT album!  You know what I’m talking about…That new track that you’ve just discovered and now MUST keep on repeat all day.  If you’ve browsed around on Immitter, you may have noticed there is no repeat button.  Don’t fret, Immitter was designed to repeat at the end of ANY stream.  So if you want to get in that all day vibe, here are two ways on Immitter that you can put tracks or albums on repeat.

  1. Use your profile feed
    Log in to your profile on Immitter and make sure you are at your Feed, this is usually the first place you are taken when you log in.  Click the create a new feed button and select the ‘Track Name’ filter.  Enter the name of the track that you would like on repeat and then name and save your new feed.  Your new feed will now consist of your repeat track for the day.  You can use this same technique to stream albums, artists, tags etc. and once you hit the end of your stream, whether it be a single track or an entire album, Immitter will repeat the stream.
  2. If you are not a registered user of Immitter, we offer you the same functionality.  Click the Immitter banner or type in www.immitter.com to access the home screen.  After arriving at the home screen, click the red ‘Filter’ button at the top right of the charts to activate your options pane and select a filter. Select the ‘Track Name’ filter.  Enter the name of the track that you would like on repeat.



IMTR: How To Game The Immitter To Work For You And Your music


How does the Immitter algorithm work?

How does Immitter provide digital marketing to new artists and bands?

What is the best strategy to take advantage of Immitter’s digital marketing services?


Normally a company wouldn’t tell you how to game their algorithm for world domination but we at Immitter know, knowing how to play the game is only half the battle.  The other half is, well…plain old elbow grease.

IMMITTERs algorithm is fairly straight forward and it goes a little something like this…Each song submitted to the IMMITTER can collect 1 point per day, per computer.  In plain english:

Users can stream songs daily, in unlimited amounts, but regardless of how many times your song is streamed during that day, your play count will only increase by one for each unique listener.

I like to look at it as, each fan can only add one point to your songs per day and 7 total points through the week.  A true fan should get you 5 to 7 points per week.  Get it?

OKOK.  Now that you know the value of streams and how fans can impact those streams lets do a little pop quiz.

You have just uploaded your first song to the IMMITTER and within no time you get a little fan-traction.

Fan A streams your new song 10 times on Monday and 3 times on Wednesday and 100 times throughout the weekend (Saturday and Sunday).

Fan B streams your new song once on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and lastly, Sunday.

Which Fan added the most “points” to your new song during that week, Fan A or Fan B?

If you answered Fan B then you’re Bad Ass!

Fan A might’ve streamed your new release an exponential amount of times in comparison to Fan B, but fan A was only able to add 4 points to your new song while Fan B was able to add 7 points.

IMMITTER is all about consistency, “What have you done for me lately?” is your new mantra.  Are fans coming back to listen to your songs daily?  If they are, those are your true fans.

Each week our team combs through the TOP50 most streamed songs with a fine tooth comb and selects the TOP most songs to be added to our digital distribution campaigns. Our digital distribution channels currently consist of organic Twitter, paid Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube advertising.

Once your song is selected you will receive an email to notify you of the good news, and to possibly ask you for additional information and creatives to help assist us in our digital marketing efforts.

So for starters…as a rule of thumb; Drive enough traffic to your songs to rank in our WEEKLY TOP50 charts.  There you’ll have a good chance of being selected for FREE digital marketing campaigns the following week.

Let’s talk a little bit about strategy, shall we.

Let’s imagine there’s a new Gospel artist that goes by the name Holy John. Holy John just released his first gospel record and is excited about getting more people to discover The Word of John!

His friends tell him about a really cool website called IMMITTER that helps new emerging artists amplify their digital distribution and create even greater fan awareness online.  Holy John decides that he’ll give IMMITTER a shot and uploads his first-hit-single.

Now that Holy John has uploaded his new song to the IMMITTER, he should:

A) Execute a small social marketing plan to guarantee a consistent increase in daily streams.

B ) Relax and wait for the streams to roll in.

C) Post his new song link on his website and tell his friends to check it out!

If you guessed A then you’re well on your wAy!

Holy John needs to make sure that he is planning for success and taking the necessary steps to make sure that he is fully involved in driving daily targeted traffic to his new release.

Got it?  Okay, moving on.

For this next part I will make up a new term, lets call it “Link Kill”.

Link Kill is the opposite of what you want to do as a new emerging digital artist / band.  Every time you post a new link online, your goal should be to give it life by consistently targeting and distributing that link to as many new people as possible.

Holy John should create a small marketing plan that involves a combination of adding his new album link to his official website, tweeting his new link out daily to his ‘holy fans’, creating timely and relevant posts on Facebook that include the link to his newest release and reaching out to his mailing list to ask subscribers for first born children.

The last thing you ever want to do as a new emerging digital artist or band is kill a new-born, wide-eyed, fresh-faced, chubby-cheeked link.  Don’t be irresponsible, no-one asked you to bring that link into this world.

Advisory : Please do not ask for first born children, it’s just a metaphor and YOU WILL end up behind bars. 

Lets take a second to compare how competing websites such as Reverbnation, Soundcloud or Bandcamp get things done.

A typical day on these sites consist of spending all day and all night driving new listeners to your music, after a while you start to notice your music is getting a really good reaction and to your surprise, you wake up one morning and you’re on the charts; things are on the up!  Then a week goes by, and then another week and yet another week and…NOTHING HAPPENS!!!  Sure you might’ve got some basic streams and a download or two but for the most part, forward momentum seems to have ground to a halt.  Landing on those charts are meaningless.

IMMITTER takes chart ranking a step further by recognizing rising artists and rewarding them with paid digital marketing and distribution to their favorite social networks.  There’s a certain degree of confidence and accomplishment that comes with scrolling through your Facebook newsfeed and stumbling across an advertising campaign targeted around you and your music.

Gaming the IMMITTER is fun, its fair and has a whole lot of upside.  We invite all new artists to game the crap out of the IMMITTER algorithm, because chances are, if you’re only doing an average job of driving traffic to your music, you’ll be 100% further than the competition.  90 percent of success in this game is just showing up.

Let’s hit it out the park, together !


Strategy: Coding Your Way To The Top


  • Why is having my own website beneficial as a new artist?
  • What are the basic building blocks of a website?
  • How can I use html to build my very own website?


Social media has really saved your butt.  You should be very grateful. Social media allows you to have a presence on the internet without needing to know how the internet aaactually works.

Long before social media the only way to have a home on the web was to buy a domain from a domain service provider and erect a website on top of that domain.

Don’t get it twisted though, just because a website is the traditional home of the internet doesn’t mean that a website isn’t just as valuable to you now as it was back then.

A domain is your own unique home on the internet complete with an address, similar to the address of the house or apartment that you live in now.  A website is all of the furniture that you move into your house.  Some people pay a moving service to move in all of their shiny new furniture, while some of us, well lets just say, we’ve all strapped furniture to the back of our cars at one point in our lives. That’s the difference between paying a developer to create a website for you and dedicating time to develop one yourself, either way, having your own home on the internet is key to establishing your music brand online.

Lets take a look at an example.

A new rap group called FreeStyle recently dropped their new full length album.  FreeStyle decides to market their new album digitally for the first time.

Let’s explore the best strategy for FreeStyles new release.

A.  FreeStyle creates a Facebook fan page to get the word out about their new album

B.  FreeStyle uses some digital distributors to get their newest full length album on Spotify and Apple Music

C.  FreeStyle releases a new website called FreeStyleMusic.com and then uses calls of action (a fancy way of saying commands) to direct users to learn more about their brand on Facebook while also providing links to their new album on Spotify and Apple Music

If you chose C, then the answer was either really obvious, you’re really good at multiple choice or you just know your stuff!

Social media and streaming websites are both great strategies for creating awareness about your music brand but aren’t very good substitutes for being homeless online.  Think about it, a website allows for you to store links to your various digital marketing initiatives, preside over similar brands online that don’t have a website URL and allow other brands online to link directly to you.  As your music brand receives more and more relevant searches and inbound links your websites ranking position in the search engine results will begin to skyrocket.

Increasing your ranking in search engines is called Search Engine Optimization or SEO, meaning, the search engine is now more optimized to recognize your brand.

Now that’s how you get…above the competition.

A website is also a mutable object; unlike feed based websites, a webpage always contains your most important and most relevant information.

Similar to how a car consists of an engine, a staring wheel and tires. A website is founded on a series of building blocks, the most basic being:

  1. A Domain – that you can get for a fair price from services such as  www.hostgator.com or www.godaddy.com
  2. HTML – to add copy and formatting to your page
  3. CSS – to style your page with colors and pretty fonts

Hiring a developer to build your website is a good idea if you’re a beginner, you can look to resources like https://www.upwork.com that employ thousands of freelance web developers just waiting for projects to work on.

As a new digital artist, doing a little coding yourself could save you precious time and cash that you could use to reinvest into your marketing budget.  At the bare minimum, knowing how to read code, embed code snippets or make small changes to the HTML on your website could set you light years ahead of your competitors.

A website consists of a head and a body, sound familiar?  The head contains all of the instructions that the body needs to survive.

HTML is written using a “markup language” and is delineated by tags written using angle brackets.  Any copy you add to your webpage is basically surrounded by an opening tag “<>” and a closing tag “</>.  Tags tell the webpage exactly what type of content is in between the opening and closing tags so that the webpage knows exactly how you would like that content displayed to visitors.

The 5 most important tags to familiarize yourself with are:

  1. <h>The header tag</h>
  2. <p> The paragraph tag </p>
  3. <br> The line break tag</br>
  4. <a href=”link URL”>The link tag</a>
  5. <!–This is a comment tag, and is a great way to track your steps –>

Now that we know a little HTML, let’s use this time to build our very first website.  

Open your favorite text editor and type or copy and paste the following.

<!–DOCTYPE declares the type of document we are creating is an HTML document–>

<!DOCTYPE html>



<title>Immitter presents [ARTIST/BAND NAME]</title>



<h1>Hello New Music World</h1>

<p1>[My/Our] name is [Artist Name/Band], thank you for visiting [my/our] first website</p1>


<p1>Learn more about our music here <a href=”[http://www.linktosocialmediasite.com]”>mysocialmediapage.com</a></p1>



<p3>brought to you by <a href=”https://www.immitter.com”>www.Immitter.com</a></p3>

<!–Now save your newly created text document to your desktop using the “Save As…”option and be sure to change the extension of your document to “.html”–>



Be sure to update the information within the [brackets] with your own information and then navigate over to http://htmledit.squarefree.com and simply copy and paste your newly written code into the top text box and watch your code magically appear on the bottom half of the screen.

You should now be looking at your very first website.

There are many resources online to help you learn more about coding your very own website, http://www.W3Schools.com is one of these resources, and a good starting point.

Now that you know a little more about how a webpage works, how using your webpage as a digital home can have a positive impact on your digital marketing and most importantly HOW TO CODE, you can now have a hand in building your very own home on the internet.


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Strategy: The power of exclusivity as a revenue stream


  • What is music exclusivity?
  • Why is music exclusivity the new digital wave of the future?
  • How can an emerging musician use exclusivity to build buzz and make money online?


The new music industry can be exhausting for a new artist or band. Consumers are being blasted with new musicians, trying to get their new music, in the face of new fans, every single day.  This often leads to new emerging digital artists and bands feeling the pressure to release all of their recorded material all at once, you know like how Netflix does it.  But is this the best strategy for an emerging digital artist or band?  Exclusivity makes sure that whatever music you put out is part of a larger digital brand strategy.

Let’s take a look at a fictional alternative rock band called RockYou.  RockYou, just recorded their first 7 song LP, and they’re extremely proud of their final product.  Since their guitarist Erik is the “technology guy” in the band, RockYou appoints him to get their new LP in front of the faces of some new fans.

Lets take a look at what type of release strategy would work best.

A.  Uploading the entire 7 song LP on Youtube, Soundcloud, Reverbnation and Immitter.com

B.  Uploading the 7 song LP to just one social music website

C.  Releasing 1 song per week from the new 7 song LP on Youtube, Soundcloud, Reverbnation and Immitter

If you guessed C.  You were “C”orrect.

By holding back from releasing the entire LP at once, Erik helped his band extend the life cycle of their newest LP from one week to 7 weeks across 4 music websites.  Not only are avid fans waiting eagerly to see what RockYou is cooking in the kitchen for next week, but RockYou can now market fresh new material to new fans over a longer time period without the risk of their LP becoming stale and played out – That’s the power of exclusivity.

In the past the traditional label system used exclusivity as their main sales weapon.  You remember it, don’t cha?  Promote the crap out of the single to the masses and get the most curious fans to purchase the CD in exchange for experiencing the rest of the album.  That was a brave world for consumers because most people just wanted the single they heard on the radio, only true fans really cared to experience the album cuts.  And then, Napster came along and unbundled the album allowing fans to pick and choose the songs they wanted for FREE!  Yikes.  Fans 1, record labels 0, artists -1.  Ever since that fateful day, artists and bands have struggled to make money digitally recording music, lets call it the great unbundling.

But alas, all is not lost.  At a time where everything is available for free, exclusives are refreshing because they bring the mystery back to the music.  When everybody and their mama’s music is available for free online the fandom game isn’t as fun anymore.  The corporations know; Apple, Spotify and now Amazon are jumping on the exclusive band wagon. Fans who subscribe exclusively to these music streaming services get a chance at having the “worlds” recorded music at their fingertips.  The only problem is, as an emerging artist, the payments from these services are so small you’ve virtually been cut right out of the revenue, ah-gain.

As important as it is to be on all streaming platforms, it’s equally important to create your own exclusivity for your own music brand.  Websites like Bandcamp and Immitter have exclusivity tools that allow emerging artists to become their own self-sustaining Spotify and Apple music while keeping a large portion of the subscription revenue for themselves.

Todays digital musicians are seen more as brands as opposed to real people.  A brand is basically a business with products that a lot of people recognize.  Fan subscription tools now allow your most loyal fans to subscribe directly to your brand (for a small recurring fee) in exchange for exclusive access to your brands history of recorded music.

Lets take a look at another example

Sam is a part of a goth girl group called, Vampgelica.  To date Vampgelica has released 3 LPs containing 10 songs each.  Vampgelica decides to use an exclusive fan subscription tool to lock 5 songs from each LP that are exclusive to the Vampiress nation.  15 songs are now freely available (for free download and stream only) to new fans, who are just ready to sink their teeth in, while die hard fans and supporters would…

A.  Feel like a bloody-mess if they were left out in the sun without access to the additional 15 Vampgelica songs.

B.  Forget about the exclusive songs that they do not have access to and instead watch re-runs of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

If you chose A, you were right!

Super fans, as we call them, want 24 hour access to your brand at all times (why do you think gossip magazines are still so popular?).

In the digital era it is completely possible to charge a small fee to your super-ist fans for the privilege of accessing your entire discography, as well as uninhibited access to any of your future releases.  As a developing artist or band, your fan subscription revenue now goes directly to your bank account as opposed to making the corporations even richer.  Super fans 1, Artists 1, Corporations 0.

Now that you know why it’s important to embrace exclusivity, lets review some basic guidelines that can help you build a successful exclusivity campaign.

Avoid bundling digital releases

Your goal as a digital distributor (yes you are that too) is to spread the buzz of your newly released EP or LP over the course of a couple weeks, maybe even months.  Don’t be the flash in the pan, make your fans crave for more.

Offer your super fans an exclusive club to belong to

Whether you are using exclusive mailing lists, exclusive fan only shows and digital performances or exclusive fan subscription tools, making sure that your superfans feel like they are getting an experience unbeknownst to outsiders is something that they’ll appreciate, heck, they’ll even pay you for it.


Reply to this post right now and let us know ways that you’ve used exclusivity as buzz or a revenue stream.  Even if it’s small, we want to hear about it.

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