How Do I Get My Music Featured on Juno?
March 27, 2012
Based in London, UK, Juno Download have been online since 1996. With more than 3 million tracks they have the largest online catalogue of dance music available at www.junodownload.com
Ditto Music deliver hundreds of releases to Juno every week so competition between labels is fierce to get their music featured on the number 1 dance site. However, by following Ditto Music's advice we can give you an advantage to increase your chances, giving you the artist, a great platform of additional promotion.
A feature in Juno can include 1 or more of the following -
Genre page banner
Navigation banner across site
What are Juno looking for?
Quality of Music
Buzz around label, tracks and artist
Youtube, Soundcloud, Mixcloud plays
Exclusivity to Juno
Relevance of music to their customer base
Genre-fit to their remit
What do Juno want to see from the label and artist?
Juno want to see labels and artists supporting their music online, building up activity on their social networks around the release and linking back to Juno Download.
Having your music uploaded and online well in advance of the release date is also critical.
If you wish for Juno to then consider your music for a feature then let us know here at Ditto Music, send us your press/bio and DJ feedback and we can get across to Juno for you in advance of the release date for their editorial team to review. Creating and submitting charts on Juno Download is straightforward and all the info on how to do so can be found at http://www.junodownload.com/help/my-charts/
So what are you waiting for? Head on over to www.dittomusic.com and upload your dance music to us, select Juno as a store, set a release date well in advance and get promoting your impending release!
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