Congrats Top 10Would be interesting to see however, not only how many credits$ it took to get into top 10, but how many sales were made??? Isn't that the bottom line for success??Matt Lewis
The Billboard Charts rate by sales, however, with that said John Mayers recent release charted in the top ten prior to it even being released. How can this be? Simple; pre-orders from Big Box stores etc. Doesn't mean that people are actually buying or listening, but it does look good on the charts and award programs! To me success is being paid to perform my music and make a living no matter how small or large. Jango is great for testing ones likability of new music in front of random listeners. Beyond that, like any chart you can buy your way to the top. Doesn't mean your music is good :-) just paid for. I believe Brian Epstein (Beatles Manager) was the first to implement this practice (stacking the chart with fake sales). The rest shall we say was history.
It is interesting to hear about the top 10, but what about an option for the top 50 or 100…?
Top 50, or even top 20. sounds like a good idea
I did not want to comment here but anyway, this is where i ended up. On another blog, someone else, I think Joe Bird stated that if you are not getting good results from Jango, you ought not to complain about Jango, but, instead, look into the mirror. And then, another blogger commented that this was an extraordinarily cruel comment. And, unjustified. Well, I agree with Joe Bird. If your music does not stand up to par, you are not going to succeed, I don't care how much support you get from Jango, or how much money you put out. Quality is number 1.
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