The following comes from Musicinfo, a company making huge inroads into the fast-growing Chinese music market. Check them out at musicinfo.io!
With a combined audience over 720 million listeners, Musicinfo opens an enormous market for musicians from around the globe to share their music. This is a virtually untapped market as western music and video services such as Spotify, Deezer, Soundcloud and YouTube are not available.
Musicinfo brings an exceptional opportunity for musicians to gain the adoration a massive new fan base. For only a reasonable service fee, based on the quantity music you would like to share, Musicinfo’s customers will collect 100% the accumulated net royalties.
This is essential in a market where western social media services such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are forbidden. Musicinfo’s promotion channels gives you a choice sharing your short post to nearly 400 million monthly active users (MAU) to the microblogging site Weibo (the equivalent Twitter) or sharing your long post (500 words) and images to 800 million MAU to Tencent media promotion service.
All Tencent media channels including the most popular social media services: Wechat, Tencent News, QQ Kandian and Kuai Bao. Musicinfo’s video promotion translates shares your video and translates accompanying text to 710 million MAU to two the most popular video platforms, QQ video and YinYueTai.
With streaming becoming the preferred source music it is even more important that music aggregators set definitive grounds to protect their assets. Musicinfo employs a thorough cataloging system in their distribution that ensures the acknowledgement all creative and collaborative contributions.
Musicinfo’s distribution platform is easy to use. It gives the users the power to upload and manage their music their own discretion. With reliable statistics reports and royalty details, transparency at Musicinfo is obvious. Musicinfo has a unique association with China to reach where no one else can, to provide their customers access to a massive new audience. Not only do their customers receive 100% the royalties they will also gain exposure and the opportunity to take their music to China in performance.