These are all growing playlists with in many genres and mixed genres. These are real playlists set up by different people and all followers are real. Not bots. Some are more established than others. And I will send you extras because sometimes the curators decide to turn off the Collaborative setting.
Phone apps can be very glitchy working with playlists on Sp0tify so you should use a desktop to work with them. People complain thinking the playlists are not good, but they are all checked weekly and updated to make sure.
It is best not to add more than 2 songs at any one time or you may get deleted by the playlist owner. And sometimes they request you only add one song.
So be sure to pay attention before adding any songs to each list.
You can always remove old songs and add new ones if you choose at any time as long as the owner keeps them set on collaborative. You must first Follow the playlist and then you will be allowed to add your songs. You just pull up your music page, then right click on your song you wish to add and then the playlists will pop up
The point of adding yourself to so many collaborative playlists is not so much for the plays alone but spreading your brand everywhere on the site which ups your chance of being noticed by actual Sp0ti-fy site curators.
Once your music begins to perform well through collaborative playlists, , the SpOti-fy algorithm may begin to suggest your songs to SpOti-fy’s in-house editorial team. That’s the real path to getting a song onto a major playlist.
Please be sure you understand how to work with Sp0tify collaborative playlists before purchasing Thanks
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