Millions of people use SoundCloud to listen to music and audio for free, so it is not surprising that you can grow your influence with SoundCloud.
SoundCloud is often thought of as a hangout for indie kids and backyard bands – a place to discover new music. And that’s true to an extent, but it’s far from the full story. Thanks to it’s link up with WordPress (website platform) and its apps you can get your audio message to your followers effortlessly wherever they are during whatever they’re doing.
Whether it’s your hip hop. Your rock. Your electronic, house, jazz or classical. Or your audiobooks, sports or your presentations you can grow your influence with SoundCloud as it lets you:
– Promote new and repurposed material
– have your followers connect with friends and share your message
– Sign in with their social media and email and give your message even more legs
Obviously if you want to be taken serious as a music performer and get noticed, SoundCloud can certainly help. The impressive amount of users willing to find a new sound, the ease of social sharing, and the community engagement are ideal for up-and-coming performers. Artists and representatives from major labels frequently visit the site to find what’s new in music.
If you are a thought provoker or educator you can also grow your influence with SoundCloud. I have been using SoundCloud with Monday Sales Coach since inception and I have been overwhelmed with listeners as a consequence.
With over 175 million monthly users and growing, there’s a chance you already use SoundCloud. If not, consider it, as SoundCloud is a truly impressive platform.