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How much can you earn with Amazon Music?

Amazon Music is one of the fastest-growing streaming platform launched in 2007. Since then, the company have added various subscription packages, updated their features, and improved their service level. The company’s streaming service quickly gained tractions and is used by 55 million people in 2020 in 46 nations.

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How much does Amazon Music pay per stream?

Just like other streaming services, Amazon also uses ad-sponsored free access to top playlists and thousands of music stations. When someone streams your music, you get paid a proportionate share of Amazon’s subscription revenue per month. Through this agreement, artists can make some money through their royalties, depending on the number of streams.

How much are we talking about exactly?

Digging a little deeper, we found that Amazon pays its musical artists $00.00402 per stream. That is slightly lower than Spotify’s $0.00437 but much higher compared to Youtube’s $0.00069 per view. However, this sum is subject to taxes and exchange rate losses if you are outside of the US.

One has to be patient though. With Amazon, your payments will arrive quarterly. With Musicgateway.com you can do a full calculation of your estimated earnings per stream.

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How to promote your music or podcast on Amazon?

If you’re confident that your content is well written and sounds good enough for an audience, then you can start pitching your music to get featured on Amazon’s playlist. The procedure is a little different than with other platforms, but still not too complex. This is how to get started if you are new to this:

  1. First, you need to download the Amazon Music for Artists app from the App Store or Google Play.
  2. Fill out the empty fields on the verification page.
  3. Click ‘Submit’ once you’re done.
  4. Wait for the confirmation email.
  5. Open the app to access your Amazon Music account.
  6. Create a professional and captivating profile.
  7. Create a personal website to brand yourself or your band so people can find you on Google.
  8. Through your website, you can send emails to reach people, grow your fan mailing list, build your brand, or the name of your name as a musician so that people can find you in search engines like Google. This will probably turn out to be more fruitful than focusing on social media.

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Why upload your music to Amazon?

Amazon Music has several key features that make it stand out from the rest. Most of these have to do with user experience, since Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon is so dedicated to customer experience.

There is Alexa voice recognition for music streaming requests making it the most advanced song searching system for any streaming service in the world. Using Alexa with Amazon also offers the ability to search for songs by mood, lyric, artist, or decade. This is also available with other streaming platforms like Spotify. However, this feature is limited to other streaming services and is integrated to work better with Amazon.

Furthermore, Amazon Prime and Amazon Unlimited both offer offline playback, unlimited song skips, and thousands of expertly curated playlists. On top of that Amazon Music For Artists’ app also has a groundbreaking ability. Artists can see how many times people have asked Alexa to find their music.

These features make Amazon highly attractive to users and artists alike.

With millions of new users flooding the platform every year, the chances of getting more streams for your music or podcast will steadily grow. Make sure you don’t miss this opportunity.

Conclusion

If you are a musician or you want your voice heard, Amazon is just as important as Spotify or Apple Music. You should use all three platforms by all means, but your focus must always be on Amazon itself.

The tech giant is a revolutionary company, building such features that no other streaming service provides for its customers. It is also growing at an astounding rate making it one of the top streaming platforms in the world.

If you want to find out what’s the best platform for you, check out Spotify, Soundcloud, or Apple Music.

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