Humble Angel boss wants self-serve artist ads on Spotify
Posted on: 12 mars 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

As the founder of Playlists.net and subsequently a playlists/streaming-focused executive at Warner Music, Kieron Donoghue knows a thing or two about the streaming ecosystem.
Now running indie label Humble Angel Records, he’s published a blog post calling for Spotify to offer better and more-affordable self-serve advertising options for artists on its platform.
Donoghue compares Spotify (unflatteringly) with Facebook, where “I’m inundated daily with highly personalised offers of how to reach another 500 fans for just £10 or why I should boost a high performing post”.
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Source: Music ally

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