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Curator Guide

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Publish Playlists

This is the fun part – curating your playlist! It can be a very smooth process, just follow the steps below and you’ll get the hang of it!

1. Import a tracklist

Click Import tracklist in the Add tracks module.  

Paste the URL of the playlist you want to import and voilà! You can see in real-time our algorithm working to find each track on Spotify, Deezer, YouTube, SoundCloud! 

2. Add new tracks

Click on Add track at the bottom of your tracklist.

Search for a track you would like to add to your playlist and click on + Choose this source. You can also paste Spotify, Deezer, Youtube and SoundCloud links directly into the search field.

3. Playlist Identity

Choose a picture and description for your playlist in the editor and make your playlist intriguing and stand out from the crowd.

4. Publish across all music platforms

Switch the toggles to green to make sure Soundsgood will publish your playlists directly on each of your official Deezer, Spotify, YouTube and SoundCloud channels. This is the only way mobile listeners can properly enjoy your playlists and save them offline. It’s also an opportunity for you to get followers on each streaming platform.

Add more listening options for your audience by making copies of your playlist on any of these platforms: Apple Music, Napster, Tidal, Google Music Play and Microsoft Groove. Copy and paste the direct links to the bottom of the playlist editor and boom you’ve optimized your reach.

5. Push the Magic Button

Click on Publish and.. tadaaa! Your playlist is now available directly on your Spotify, Deezer, YouTube and SoundCloud, as well as all the other channels you’ve chosen. You can still add tracks, reorder them, rename your playlist, etc. All these changes will automatically be updated on your streaming accounts.

Next

It’s now time to Share your playlists on your website and social networks.


Pro-Tips: 

  1. Increase your playlist compatibility with each streaming platform by going back to the tracklist. Click on the (+) buttons near each track that could be found on more streaming platforms and review the sources that Soundsgood found for you.
  2. To make sure Soundsgood will take control over the playlist you’ve just imported (instead of creating a playlist duplicate), follow these instructions.

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