Nowadays, it’s not enough to have just a talent to promote your creativity. With the development of technologies, every artist and anyone trying their hand in the music industry has a hundred times more opportunities, but also a hundred times more competition. Spotify users also faced the issue of high competition.
That is why today one of the most popular (although illegal) ways to promote your profile in music streaming services is to buy listeners. But can you buy Spotify monthly listeners without any undesirable consequences?
Some say that buying Spotify monthly listeners is a pretty good way to get your music promoted that demands less of your time and efforts than starting from scratch. For this purpose, there are special Internet resources and even entire marketing companies that help you get the most listeners under your songs.
But do you really believe that by paying just a few dollars you can get new monthly listeners and not get punished? Even if you pay $500, Spotify can still block you. The thing is, buying listeners on Spotify is considered completely illegal and is always punishable. A user of this streaming servise who decides to promote his music in this illegal way will get restrictions such as deleting all previously published music files, and the listens on all future tracks will simply not be gained.
How does this work? Spotify has developed a special system of algorithms that helps to find violators. Any suspicious activity is noticed by the system and is very easy to detect. Such stuff as a huge increase in listeners in a short period of time, “empty” accounts of your listeners will immediately lead you to restrictions.
Why is buying Spotify monthly listeners considered illegal and damaging to the music industry? If you have, for example, playlists with songs by famous international artists and listeners in these playlists are fake, then the artists whose songs you have placed in their playlists, lose real views and, accordingly, their income.
One of the best ways to promote your songs is to publish them on various music platforms. You can move your songs to 50 music streaming services at once with MusConv.