You have created a fantastic Spotify playlist Followers and are excited about it! What if you wanted to make it available to other music fans?
It’s a good thing that there are so many options for naturally increasing the number of Spotify playlist followers. This is how:
1- Plan your campaign and don’t stop promoting it.
The most effective method for gaining new followers and listeners is to promote your playlists online as much as possible while consistently drawing inspiration from social media trends. Plan how you will promote and market your playlist in advance, and attempt a variety of methods to gain new fans.
However, there are many alternative ways to interact with other music curators and ensure that your playlist ideas haven’t been utilized before, such as using the follow-for-follow technique.
2- Make sure your friends and family are aware of it.
You should attempt to make your Spotify playlist famous in the same manner that social media users build their followings on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Reaching out to your social media network may be accomplished quickly by using basic promotional tools such as sponsored posts. Your playlist can also be promoted individually. Contact local venues, bars, independent stores, and cafes and request that they mix it up.
3- Websites that list music can be reached.
Become a member of Sound Plate and Playlists.net and submit your playlist to a network of curators to promote your music.
4- Trading Spotify Playlists
Join the community on Spotify! Upload your playlist to the Spotify Playlist Exchange with a brief description of the genre, the reason you created it, and whether or not you intend to keep it updated. If people use the playlist exchange to look for certain songs, make sure to provide genre tags.
You may also rate other curators’ playlists, comment on their threads with your playlist linked, and urge others to follow it.
5- Get in touch with the musicians on your playlist.
Bands and musicians are always eager to have their music played, so reach out to them and request that they share it with their followers. If you do not know them directly or do not wish to contact them through their management, Twitter is the easiest place to do so. Include a link and artwork for the playlist in case they retweet.
6- Utilize blogs and influencers.
Contact influential music bloggers and collaborate on a project or playlist takeover. Have the blogger share it on their social media platforms and encourage their followers to share it.
Create your weekly blog post and update it with links to your playlists and new songs.
7- Share Spotify codes
Increase the shareability of your playlists with Spotify Codes. You can have your friends and followers scan your playlist’s QR code to play music on their phones instantly. Your playlist’s code will be displayed at the bottom of your playlist’s artwork if you click on the ellipsis (…) option. After taking a picture, you can save it to your camera roll and share it with friends and family.
You could even share a snapshot or screenshot of your playlist code on Instagram for your fans to scan using the new camera icon to the right of the Spotify search bar, as well as incorporate it on flyers, posters, or promotional materials.
8- Continue making new playlists
Why not continue? Create more playlists! Consider mood and genre, popular performers, and, most importantly, your preferences while selecting music. Put together a list of songs you’re happy to promote and are currently interested in.
Even if you are putting together playlists with music from other artists, there are many ways to stay unique. Try to come up with your unique themes to set yourself apart from other people who make Spotify playlists.