Tuesday, December 14

Welcome to Jango!













Willkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome!

All of the staff here at Jango wanted to reach out with a hearty welcome to all of the new bands and artists that have been making it to Jango Airplay in the last month or so. This has just been incredible and no better time of year than the holidays to have so many new friends around and so much great new music. We've seen new artists hit the Top 10 in their first week and so many new artist/fan relationships being built.

As a reminder, if you have any questions concerning your account feel free at anytime to reach out to our community team on airplay@jango.com and they will be happy to help. You can also check back here on the blog for artists updates and tips on how to best maximize your Airplay campaigns.

Again, welcome, happy holidays and may you all have an amazing and successful new year.

14 comments:

Trumpet Grrrl said...

Thanks, I've only been on for few weeks and already have a few fans. Thanks for spreading my music!

Dawn G. Crist said...

Thanks. I've only been on for a couple weeks, too, and already I have 18 fans. This is a really good deal.

ubersotano said...

Thanks for playing Uber-sotano. 50+ fans in the first week! Woohoo!

RONNIE LAAS said...

Have over a thousand fans, couldn't be happier

Majik said...

Only been on a little over 2 weeks and have over 500 fans and lots of positive feedback I really enjoy the outlet jango provides.

p-dek said...

I just had only 50 airplay credit from sonicbids and i now have fans so i think more airplay credits will move the industry

Bruce Bergh said...

Jango has been the most productive decision I've made ever to gather new fans! Thank you.

Paco said...

Hey!! has anybody used Bryan Farrish Radio Promotion services located in souther California? I have been contacted by them to do cconventional radio promotion and I was wondering if any of you have any experience on working with them and if you would recommend them.

Thanks a lot for your comments on this!

Ivellios said...

Thanks! I've only been on here for a few days and I already have 10 fans and I'm loving how my music is getting known and people like it! I love this site more and more every day!

M Projekt said...

Have been on Jango Radio for just under a year and have over 2000 fans.

Young Floe said...

Peace Jango!

This is Young Floe I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHATS GOING ON WITH MY POPSCORE? I know the fans are listening and I'm gaining more and more fans by the day,but I feel something is wrong like they are not ALL being accounted for on my dashboard. This problem Needs to be corrected ASAP. I recognize that for the popscore I need at least 100 plays to qualify, but I put more then that when I am adding credits each week. I find myself spending more money just to keep my account Live then winning bonus rounds. By the way I have won numerous of times before I just feel like I'm being CHEATED out of what is Due me. I understand this is a business that suppose to be a WIN WIN situation. Also I uderstand that this system is not perfect so mistakes are bound to happen. One minute my popscore goes up and the more i gain fans it gose down. Can you solve this PROBLEM?

Anonymous said...

Young Floe:

The PopScore is based on an index of your music's popularity among those (very few) who hear it as a paid play (and get to vote). It's like a batting average: hits (fans) divided by at-bats (paid plays). Problem is, with so few plays (100, 200, 300) this index is entirely inaccurate. Even at 1000 plays, the sample size is still too small to yield statistically sound results. Furthermore, the sample is anything but random: not only are you selecting the time, date, size, and musical tastes of the sample; the process by which Jango distributes your paid plays among listeners is a complete mystery. Are your 100 plays spread around uniformly according to demographic and geographic targeting or dumped on the first 100 matches Jango finds? Either way, netting 10% fans and netting 0% fans are both well within the standard deviation for such a small sample. In actual math, these "outliers" would be discarded, since they're false conclusions drawn from statistically insignificant samples. The way Jango works, you're more likely to get the higher than the lower, but both are equally invalid. The PROBLEM is that you don't like the low ones, while the high ones you take as your due.

don jonome said...

happy new year everyone. thank you for all the positive feedback(you all have good taste). i've sent my cd to most of the small and independent record companies within australia, with not one single response, to say good, bad or otherwise,what is it with these people? anyway new year,new songs,new album im excited, just wish i had new money, ha ha, thank you again to my new friends and fans i hope you all have a prosperous year ahead and a very big thank you to jango for letting people from all over the world hear my tunes,how awesome

Robert Deller said...

Thanks Jango... Fans are growing by the day... Great forum for indie artists to be heard throughout the world when otherwise would not have this opportunity...