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Here’s how you browse thousands of entries to spot the most influential ones.
To navigate your way through the 3M+ tracks released on Beatport and the thousands of Spotify playlists your tracks could be featured on, you’ll need to put aside a good chunk of time. Or you could let Viberate analytics do the heavy lifting, without having to switch between different platforms and tools.
To help you master analytics, we’ve introduced new subscription packages and a longer, 30-day free trial.
You can test-drive the Premium package with a 30-day free trial and see if it works for you. What’s more — if you claim your Artist, Venue, or Festival page during your trial, you’ll only pay 50% of the price later on. Sounds good?
Now, let’s get to the upgrades.
Our latest round introduced two useful features for artists, labels, and other music pros:
🟢 the Beatport Tracks chart, analysing the performance and popularity of tracks and Beatport genres,
💿 the Spotify Playlists chart, helping you pinpoint the playlists that would be a good fit for your tracks.
#1 Analyse any track on Beatport with the Beatport Tracks chart
Rounding up our comprehensive Beatport analytics is the Chart feature. With it, you can review and evaluate every Beatport track’s performance through time, adjust your promotional efforts accordingly, and study similar tracks to spot trends in certain genres. Simply search for tracks directly in the search bar or apply the desired parameters, such as genre.
“Popularity” is the default setting, ranking tracks according to their time and positions on the Beatport Top 100 charts (which also translates to the tracks selling well).
You can sort the chart by relevant genres and timeframes to narrow ...
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