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text 2020-03-09 07:39
Top 10 Best Music Promotion Tips on SoundCloud


The post briefly describes how an artist can make available their track or playlists on SoundCloud with just a click button. Below are some of the best music promotion tips to share tracks or playlists.


  • Public Sharing:


SoundCloud is considered the best way to store music tracks in one place and shared them to blog, social networks, etc. Artist can easily share their soundtrack to various social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and many more. The artists only have to click the share button on the player to share their track with the world.


There are various fans engage option available on SoundCloud to share the soundtrack. Artists can ask for feedback, encourage their fans to listen to the track, ask the fans to comment and suggest on the track.


  • Offer Free Track to Your Fans:


SoundCloud allows its user to download the track for free of cost. Artists can also do the same by selecting their best track and make those tracks available for free download with their fans. This will be very helpful in spreading the track in a short amount of time.



  • Make Your Track Easy Accessible Among the Blogger:


Artists can send their song track with the journalist and bloggers. The artist themselves can control whether the fans or users can stream or download the track.


  • Commenting:


Commenting is one of SoundCloud’s best features that facilities the user to comment on the track. Always check your comments, give reply to your fans' comments and also leave comments on other brand artist's songs.


  • Group Sharing:


On SoundCloud, you can find various groups based on location and genre. The artist needs to choose the best suitable group that suits their track and shares the track in the groups. It is considered one of the best SoundCloud playlist promotion techniques.


  • Follow Fans Who Engage With Your Music: 


SoundCloud is a social community where the artists have to be a creator or listener. Don’t just follow everyone that follows you. The artists only need to follow their fans who engage with their track, because those are the users who can share the track with followers and friends. 


  • Buy Links:


SoundCloud allows its users to include a link through which the artist can sell their track off or online. Don’t forget to send your listeners CD baby, which helps them to buy your CD, mp3, etc.


  • Private Sharing Feature:


The artists need to share some new material with their fans base as well. Because it helps the artist to manage their digital PR. 


  • Explore Additional Features:


This is the feature of premium SoundCloud account with includes building a custom player like “the Golden Filter” additional player widgets, displays arts, etc. There are a lot more options available for the artist to share their track or music.


  • Host a Contest:


The artists need to check to host a remix competition on SoundCloud. Then they need to post their track or song and join the fan groups to share the track with the world.


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text 2019-10-04 07:10
Blog Tour - Everything Girl


Welcome to my stop on the Everything Girl blog tour!

Everything Girl
by Emily Mayer
Genre: Adult Romance
Release date: May 11th 2019


Evelyn Mercer has always had a plan. She lives and breathes the plan. The plan and coffee. 
Go to law school. Check. 
Make Law Review. Check. 
Get competitive internship. Check. 
Land dream job. Double Check. 

That dream job? Yeah, it’s a nightmare, and Evelyn is miserable with a capital M. When she reaches her misery threshold, Evelyn does the unthinkable and deviates from her plan. 

Her unexpected new job takes her to Pinehaven Ranch in the middle of nowhere Montana where Evelyn is faced with her biggest obstacle yet. No coffee shops within a 30-mile radius and her new boss’ brother, former rodeo champion Jack Danvers. The three words that best describe Jack are stink, stank, stunning. He is perfection and he inexplicably seems to hate her on sight. But if there is one thing life has taught her, it’s that she still has a lot to learn and Montana is full of surprises. 

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"A thought struck me suddenly, like a bolt of lightning appearing without warning. I wanted that. All my planning, all my dreaming—it had been about accomplishing something. It had been about building a career for myself that I could be proud of, one that checked off everything on my list. There was no room for anything or anyone else. It was hollow and empty and really sad, and it made me feel all of those things. This—being in the car with friends; Margot singing in the front seat, Gabe laughing every time she messed up the words; even being tucked close to Jack—this made me feel something so good. This was worth something."  



About the Author:
Emily Mayer is a best-selling author and a book lover with a capital L. When she isn't writing, you can usually find her in the kitchen burning dinner with a book in her hand or tucked away in one of her favorite reading spots promising "just five more minutes." In addition to books, Emily is addicted to coffee, dogs, and cat videos. She lives in the Midwest with her husband and dog, both of whom are very good boys.
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review 2019-07-09 00:19
Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist
Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist - Rachel Cohn,David Levithan,Kirby Heyborne,Emily Janice Card

Nick and Norah are both 18, high-school seniors from New Jersey navigating break-ups and the lower-Manhattan alternative-music scene.  Nick is the bassist in a band of ever-shifting names, reeling after being dumped by girlfriend Tris.  Norah has broken up with boyfriend Tal, who dropped out of Columbia to pursue life in a kibbutz in South Africa (who knew that was a thing?).  Tris is at the club where Nick's band has a gig, and she's with another guy.  Nick can't bear the prospect of Tris introducing him to her, which she seems perilously close to doing as she approaches from the other end of the bar, post-set.  Norah, who happens to be standing beside Nick at the bar, provides a spontaneous diversion, as Nick asks her to pretend to be his girlfriend for the next five minutes.  And so, they kiss....


That moment launches a night-long adventure between Nick and Norah, the details of which I won't give away.  This book for me evokes a life stage I can remember well.  A time in young adulthood when a person's musical taste is the ultimate litmus test of compatibility.  Nick and Norah try to suss each other out while also questioning every action and spoken word of their own.  Did I say the wrong thing?  Have I blown it with the cool new person?


It didn't hurt that I enjoyed the musical references.  It feels as though I've had too many books where I'm just not the ideal audience for the book.  For Nick & Norah, I am definitely the ideal audience.  (Well, as a Philly girl who has also lived in NYC, I'd have to give Nick and Norah some grief about being from New Jersey.  It's like, a law.)

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text 2019-07-07 13:46
YES! Didn't have to add this one!
Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist - Rachel Cohn,David Levithan,Kirby Heyborne,Emily Janice Card

Incredibly psyched that Booklikes actually had this, so I could just shelve it instead of adding an edition!  Bracing myself for me next two adds, though...

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review 2019-05-21 07:10
Blog Tour w/Review - A Really Bad Idea

We're celebrating the release of A Really Bad Idea by Jeannine Colette! One-Click yours on any platform today!

Title: A Really Bad Idea
Age Group: Adult
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: May 14, 2019
Book Description:
Everyone has a best friend. Mine just happens to be Dr. Christian Gallagher— the gorgeous, green-eyed heart surgeon who wants to have a baby with me.

Yes, you read that correctly.

When my mother approached me on my thirty-third birthday with a brochure for egg freezing, it was a glaring reminder that my biological clock is ticking toward its expiration date. I’ve always dreamed of being a mom and had a plan — one that was destroyed when I caught my professional hockey player husband in bed with another woman.

Despite my broken heart I still believe in love. I want the happily ever after, but I also want a child desperately and won't settle in order to make it happen.

That’s why when I decided to take my mother’s advice, Christian came up with his own plan: Let’s have a baby together.

It’s a bad idea. A really, really bad idea. And yet...I can’t stop thinking about how great it could be.

There’s just one condition. Before we have sex (oh, yes, we’re doing this the old fashioned way!) Christian is adamant we go on three dates.

Sounds easy, but it's not.I thought sex would be the hard part, but the dates are only making me fall for the man I’ve known almost my entire life.

Whoever said sex doesn't change things never went to bed with their best friend.

A Really Bad IdeaA Really Bad Idea by Jeannine Colette
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Meadow has decided she is sick of everyone pressuring her to find someone new and settle down. Her mom gives her a brochure to freeze her eggs and plan to one day have a baby. Then her best friend surprises her with a plan.

Christian has been in love with his best friend for some time. He only plays the field to cure himself of the lonely nights. When a chance appears to have a future with his best friend - how can he not take it?

Such an amazing story! I loved the banter, and the heat. The pace was good too. These characters made me feel at home. I sure hope we will see them again. I really could not put this one down.

***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.

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About the Author:
Jeannine Colette is the author of the Abandon Collection - a series of stand-alone novels featuring dynamic heroines who have to abandon their reality in order to discover themselves . . . and love along the way. Each book features a new couple, exciting new city and a rose of a different color.

A graduate of Wagner College and the New York Film Academy, Jeannine went on to become a Segment Producer for television shows on CBS and NBC. She left the television industry to focus on her children and pursue a full-time writing career. She lives in New York with her husband, the three tiny people she adores more than life itself, and a rescue pup named Wrigley.

Jeannine and her family are active supporters of The March of Dimes and Strivright The Auditory-Oral School of New York.
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