Immitter's Top promoted tracks have just been released for January Wk 3This mix features 14 eclectic track submissions curated by the Immitter team. Enjoy!
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- Keep Creating
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 🙂
Out with the old, in with the new. Today we are showcasing two new additions to the Immitter.
New Mobile Design
As a developer, i understand the push for mobile first. Heck i still have friends asking me when we’re going to release the app. Truth be told, that date is still TBD, but don’t sleep on the fact that we have taken the time to make sure the Immitter is extremely mobile friendly. I’m talking like, extremely! We’ve gone to great lengths to make sure that new listeners are just as satisfied with the mobile experience as they are with your music.
Today we release a new design of our mobile profile page that i think you will appreciate.
Now, instead of seeing an ugly big black stream radio button, we present to you our more lean play button. Clicking this play button will begin streaming your entire discography. To compensate for the size of mobile devices we made sure the button was as big as the average thumb…because we are an ergonomically friendly company and all.
See below for a picture of our new play button. I know it might seem anal, but it took many hours to design a button we were proud of and we hope you enjoy it too.
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.
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.
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.
We’ve just introduced the newest member of the Immitter family, the FEED!
Simply put, a Feed is a bunch of filtered preferences cobbled together to create a saved stream of only the type of music that you prefer.
When you create a feed you can easily monitor the Immitter for new tracks and new emerging artists to support. Each feed that you create is dynamically updated as new songs, that match your preferences, are added to the Immitter. Additionally, if you aren’t as active as you would like to be on the Immitter, no problemo, the top most tracks from your Feed are emailed to you periodically; You set the time of delivery.
We hope you have fun monitoring the Immitter with this new feature. Be sure to leave us feedback on ways to enhance the Feed to suit your needs even more.
New location filters have just been added to Immitter. This will further help us refine our targeting, ensuring your music goes directly to your target audience.
Situations where this feature can come in handy.
A radio station in Indiana is searching for local music for their newest emerging artist program
A local artist /fan is interested in learning about and supporting the local artists around him / her
A local coffee shop is searching for performers after hours on a Monday to help bring in more customers
A record label is evaluating the potential of a geographical market
An international fan is interested in discovering new music from different areas of the world
No need to beat a dead horse on this one. Including your location not only improves the efficiency in your music delivery, it also helps with discovery. We encourage all Immitter’s to update their profile with their location.
In This Episode, IMTR0 gathers the troops, and hopes to inspire them to go out and find the remaining emerging artists who are currently being hunted down and executed. In order to rebuild the Network of Support for emerging musicians, IMTR0 launches the automated mailing list.
This mailer delivers the TOP performing emerging artists weekly to subscribers – Also, The Industry has been working over time, trying to stop us, check your spam folders for our weekly email, We will not go silently into the night!
Our mission is to continue to build the “List” with more contacts, fans, supporters, but we can’t do it alone…We need your help.
Subscribe to our weekly mailer @ https://immitter.com/subscribe and be sure to tell a friend. If we’re going to go up against the industry, we need all of the firepower we can get.
Here’s the first look at EPISODE 0 – Meet Me At The Immitter. A new series we will be presenting which is as entertaining as it is informative.
Each month we strive to do one marketing lesson for the Immitter Resistance. Topics will include but are not limited to, how to build your fan base, strategies for awareness and stepping around the gate keeper, having packed shows etc. all in addition to covering the various tools Immitter has to offer to help you along the way.
When it comes to being musically inclined, Dru Paris’ becoming a known presence in the music business and is making a name for himself. From innovative and vanguard lyrics to impactful performances and styles, the music’s speaking for itself and people are listening. Don’t sleep on Dru Paris because the musician might just have something ready for release that’s purely unexpected.
The 23 year old up and coming artist from the forgotten borough of Staten Island, NY is on the path to putting it on the map along with New York’s well known music neighborhoods. To date Dru Paris has released his debut EP titled Prolific and his debut music video for the single “Tonight.”
What’s expected from Dru Paris is his newest project that will be released in the new year. “One of my goals is to do a major show next year. It doesn’t have to be with a major artist per se, but someone with some notoriety,” he points out.