Spotify playlist and playlist from other streaming services generate millions in streams and dollars and introduce millions to new music, offering artists a great avenue for easy discovery. Millions of artists, daily, seek Playlist Placements, just as they seek Radio Spins and magazine coverage.
Sadly, many artists’ songs are placed in Fake Playlist, which generate fake streams (streams generated by bots; i.e. computers). Not only do these artists lose their money, they risk having their music removed from Spotify and other streaming services.
From an artist already scammed, here are some tips for recognizing fake Spotify Playlist and Spotify Scams.
Ask for the playlist link & ask for songs submitted to the playlist. Then inspect.
These are instant alarms.
1. Weird Looking Names
Like: fwzpbebewe; ledghybgoyx; vsrbdntrjla; bfielgjd.
These are actual Spotify Account Names:
2. Lack of Followers: Naturally, if people like a Playlist they will follow it.
3. Far too Many Songs: Who can digest over 100 new songs every week. That’s too much.
4. Too Many songs added on the same date or dates. Far too much music. That would ruin a playlist.
Last, inspect the services songs on Spot On Track: spotontrack.com. Use their free Trial Subscription. Search for any song. The Playlist will come up.
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