Gains That Musicians and Artists Get by Having Their Music Library on YouTube.
How many times do you log in to YouTube just to catch a glimpse of a song you heard maybe on radio as you were driving home from work?Some companies are even using YouTube to market their product. YouTube technology has enabled people to love videos more than the audio.What then are the benefits that the musician get from having their music on YouTube?
YouTube is the second most viewed and used search engine, from Google. So you want to watch videos of a certain musician, you just need to type their name and all their music will be displayed.Musicians are also free to watch music from other artists. When you see your competing artist’s song has over one million views on YouTube, it helps to keep you on your toes.
In YouTube, there is a comment and suggestion icon where your music views can frankly tell you where you need to improve or even compliment you for the good work, that is the best platform to upload your music videos if you want your fans to be honest with you. As a musician when you buy YouTube view, your music video views automatically increase and definitely people are more likely to watch the music video with more views, make sure the rights you intend to buy are safe, legal and rewarding, do not just views just because other musicians are buying.The more a musician becomes popular, the more they gain a good reputation. The company that hires you either for an event, or for a billboard or magazines to market their products they pay you good.
If you are a small band and you want to distribute your music cheaply and efficiently, Bandcamp is the good way to go.For Soundcloud, the artist has to pay before they can be allowed to upload their music on the search engine.Spotify only allows music from labels and distributors. With so many search engines for music coming up it is the duty of the musician to find out which one best works for them, it is not a guarantee that the music uploaded will be viewed and bought, just like in other product marketing there are ups and downs.
If you upload your content on YouTube, whether visual or audio, you automatically get a partnership. YouTube may not just be your pillar to reaching out to so many people with your talent musically, but also a base for you to become popular, be noticed by companies that may need you as their assets to promote their products. Do not just have music, liaise with more experienced artists and they will help you rise. They will tell you what is expected of you after you launch your album or release a new song. It will see you climb up your music career, and what better way to inspire many people through your music talent if not stocking your music library on YouTube?