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What Is One Submit?
One Submit is a self-service platform where music artists can submit their music to Spotify curators, YouTube channel owners, bloggers, radio stations, labels, and TikTok influencers. One Submit to everyone.

Are your playlists organic?
We are working hard to ensure that every curator that registers on our platform has an organic playlist. Our playlists are carefully checked before getting access to our platform. In addition, It is important for us to give the best return as possible to our artists, that's why we approve only playlists with up to 300 songs. If you do place your music on a playlist that generates streams, notify us, and we will fully refund you for that submission.

What Is So Unique About One Submit?
Our platform is a one-stop shop for independent artists seeking to promote their music. Artists can submit their song to 6 different platforms according to their budget, choose their music genre, and also choose the size of the playlists they want to submit it to, all within their budget.

What Is The Advantage Of Choosing The Size Of The Playlist?
This unique option lowers the costs of submission for the artist. Unlike other similar platforms, you pay only according to the size of the playlist you choose.

Is My Song Guaranteed To Be Placed On Some Playlists?
We CANNOT guarantee that your song will be placed on specific playlists/channels/blogs, but we can guarantee that your song will be delivered to every curator you pay for and that the song will be listened to and reviewed and, if the curator likes your track, they will add it to their playlist

Who Reviews My Song?
One Submit hosts more than 1500 Spotify curators, bloggers, radio stations, YouTube channels, TikTok influencers, and even record labels, all sorted by genre and size. Our curators are constantly monitored and checked by us. We host only organic playlists. We don’t work with YouTube channels that have lots of followers but no views. We don’t include Spotify curators with more than 300 songs in their playlists. Fake Spotify followers are out of the question. We constantly check the blogs as well as the radio stations for activity. Our mission is to put the artist first.

What happens if my song is not reviewed?
We are doing all we can to ensure your song will be reviewed by our curators.
In some rare cases, the reviewer is not available to review your song.
When that happens, you will see a refund balance on your campaign page once your campaign ends.

Why can't I choose the playlists I want to submit to?
We believe artists should be artists and not promoters, and you should be able to promote your music fast and efficient so you have more time in the recording studio. Our platform was built based on this agenda, and that is why we do not believe you should not spend time browsing playlist, we do all the hard work for you.
By the way, we reward playlists with high approval rate by sending them more song submissions, so the artist might benefit from our approach.

How Long Will My Campaign Run For?
Our curators are obligated to review your song within 10 days from the start of the campaign. If your song is not reviewed by all the curators you submitted it to, the proportional charge will be refunded to your account.

How Long Will My Song Stay On Playlists?
Starting in October 2023, your song will be on each playlist for at least three weeks. Some curators leave the song on their playlist for a few months.

Can I Submit A Whole Album?
No, our platform is built for submission of a single track.

How Do I Use The Knob Submission Page?
Using our Knob Submission page is pretty simple. By rotating the knob for each platform, you determine the number of playlists/channels you Want to submit your song to. On Spotify, YouTube, and TikTok, You can also choose the size of the playlist you want to Submit your song to. Each playlist size has a different price. You can choose one or more playlist sizes. All submissions are calculated and summed at the bottom right of the page.

What Is YouTube AVV?
AVV stands for “Average Video Views”, and it’s the method we use to evaluate YouTube channels. Why don’t we use the number of YouTube channel subscribers? Because the number of subscribers can be easily manipulated by adding fake subscribers.

Can I Set Up My Spotify Link Later?
Yes, if your song is not yet on Spotify. You can set up your Spotify song up to 24 hours before your campaign starts. If you haven’t set up your Spotify song link by that time, your campaign will be delayed and a Request to reschedule it will be sent to you

Where Can I Find My Spotify Song Link?
Open Spotify, browse to the song you would like to submit. Click the ellipsis (⋯), then click Share and select Copy Song Link.

Where Can I See The Campaign Reviews?
In the top right corner, click your name and select Reviews. Choose the song you applied to the campaign and browse the curators’ reviews.

Can I Change My Campaign After I’ve Paid For It?
No, after payment has been made, you cannot change a campaign.

Can I Campaign Again For The Same Song?
Yes, go to your Campaigns page and click the Re campaign button. Our platform will only submit your song to new playlists that it was NOT submitted to in your earlier campaign.

How Much Does A Campaign Cost?
It depends. You choose your budget, how many playlists you want to submit, and the size of the playlists. Starting from 3 USD per playlist, a minimum of $50 is required for popular music campaigns, for example, pop, rock, and hip-hop.

Can I Get A Refund For My Campaign?
Once you have applied for a campaign and completed the payment process, you will not be able to get a refund or to change the music genre you already chose. Before completing the purchase, please make sure that your campaign is exactly what you want.

Do I Need To Audition For A Direct Submit?
No, you don’t.

Where Can I Find My Invoice?
Your invoice is automatically sent to your email address after the payment has been received. If you don’t get it, go to your Campaigns page and click the View Invoice button.

How Do I Pay For My Campaign?
We accept PayPal and credit cards as forms of payment.


What Is One Submit?

One Submit is a self-service platform where music artists can submit their music to Spotify curators, YouTube channel owners, bloggers, radio stations, labels, and TikTok influencers. One Submit to everyone.


What Is A Curator?

A curator is a person who creates and manages music playlists, music channels, music blogs (also called a blogger), and so on. We connect artists with curators from all around the world.


As A curator, Will I Get Paid To Listen To Music?

Yes, the whole idea of One Submit is to give value to your work. We value your time and we believe that a good curator needs to get paid for their work. We pay curators to listen and review music. We do NOT pay curators to place songs on their playlists/channels/blogs, etc.… if you like a song and find it suitable for your playlist, we expect you to add it to your playlist/channel/blog or broadcast it on your radio station.


What Are The Requirements To Become A Curator?

Below are the requirements.

For Spotify:
A minimum of 1,000 followers per playlist
No bot or fake followers
No playlists dedicated to only one artist
No playlists dedicated to a movie, a year or a decade

For YouTube:
A minimum of 1000 followers
Actively uploading new videos

For Blogs:
An active blog with new posts being posted regularly
A website or Facebook page with a minimum of 2000 real followers
Promoting artists through articles and reviews

For A TikTok Channel:
A minimum of 10,000 followers
A minimum average of 1000 video views
Actively uploading new content

For Radio Stations:
A website with live stream capability, Live broadcasts

For Record labels:
Distribution of music on at least 2 platforms, with a total of 3,000 followers
Actively promoting artists
At least 4 artists already on the roster


What’s YouTube AVV?

AVV stands for “Average Video Views”, and is the method we use to evaluate YouTube channels. Pricing is calculated based on AVV. We don’t use the number of YouTube channel subscribers because the number of subscribers can be easily manipulated using fake subscribers.


I’ve Been Accepted As A Curator, Now What?

Once you have been approved, you can start setting up your profile. Choose your Direct Submit price and copy the embedded links to your platform (for blogs, record labels, and radio stations).You’ll start receiving email notifications about new reviews from artists that match your genre. For every review, you are required to listen to the song and to write a review. Once you’ve done this, you’ll be paid for your song review. If you like the song and find it suitable, go ahead and add it to your playlist.

How Much Will I Get Paid?

Depending on your channel/playlist size, anywhere between 1.5USD and 7USD per song. Or From 50% to 60% depending on your rating and “Direct Submit” set up.


When Do I Get Paid?

Your payout will be processed until the 15th of the following month and once you've reached $50. For example, earnings for the month of December will be paid until January 15th. You will receive an email when your payout has been processed.

What Is A Direct Submit?

A Direct Submit is when an artist sends you a review request directly. Only you will receive this review request. This is done via your website through a link to your private account on One Submit.


How Much Will I Earn For A Direct Submit?

You set up the prices for a Direct Submit on the Curator Settings page or on the Direct Submit tab. You will receive 50%-60% of the price paid by the artist for each song, between USD3 and USD9, depending on your rating.


How Many Songs Will I Receive?

It depends on your playlist/channel genre and the number of artists who submit songs to you. Inactive curators on our platform will receive less reviews over time.


What Is My Earning Rating?

Your earning rating can be viewed on your Rating page. It is determined by 2 main factors: your feedback rating and if you enabled direct submit. Your feedback rating is determined by the artist who receives your feedback. If the artist likes your feedback and gives you a like, this will increase your earning rating. Every 100 likes increase your earning rating by 1%, with up to 60% earnings maximum. Direct Submit settings are done by adding a link to us on your website, blog, radio station, etc. When you have finished setting up your Direct Submit, we’ll check it. If everything has been set up correctly on your website, your earning rating will increase by 3%. The minimum earning rating is 50% and the maximum is 60%. For more information, visit the Rating page on your website profile.


Why Can’t I See All Of My Playlists On The Review Page?

Sometimes artists submit their music to a specific sized playlist or specific genre of music that is addressed to some of your playlists, not all of them, therefore you can add the song only to the addressed playlists/channels.


How Can I Change My Playlist Information With One Submit?

Please contact us with the changes and we will update your profile accordingly.

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