Frequently Asked Questions
An artist page is where you control your material and personal information. You can think of it as a control deck.
Indeed, you can promote your music on ReverbNation for as low as $3 a day via other top social networking websites. You can customize your ads and let others know about your talent.
Sharing material that does not belong to you is a form of copyright infringement. If you claim to own the material without having the right to do so, then you might face legal restrictions.
Yes, with the trending report, you can get unofficial feedback on sales and much more.
The answer depends. As a rule of thumb, the more likes you have, the higher you will rank. Therefore, make sure to be generous with the plays you buy.
You can see the total amount of people who played your songs in the stats section that gets updated with each play.
Yes, after you initiate a campaign, you will be receiving feedback showing the ins and outs, such as the number of times it has been viewed and so on.
Your songs can be up to 100MB in size. If you try to upload a song bigger than that, the process will fail, and you will receive an error message instead.