The Value Music Streaming Services: Infographic | Billboard

If you’re a musician thinking about distributing your music on streaming services such as Pandora and Spotify, this post is for you.

2015 has been the year that Jelloslave enters the music streaming service arena, and it’s been a lot of fun so far. We’re excited to make our music available everywhere our listeners hang out (digitally speaking). We’re also excited about reaching a larger audience and connecting with fans listening all over the world.

These new adventures are fueled by our passion to share our music with friends new and old. However, there has been a lot of hubbub recently about the potential revenue streams these services provide for artists. This infographic from Billboard caught our eye, and we thought you’d be interested as well:

Source: The Value of a Single Music Stream: Infographic | Billboard

Are you a musician thinking about publishing your music to streaming services for the first time? Send us your questions about our experience by leaving a comment below.


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