Spotify saves are the total number of times your listeners have saved your music. This engagement has a massive effect on your ability to land in high-quality playlists like Radar or Discover weekly.
It is common knowledge that when a song is added to large Spotify playlists it helps you leverage your music. When your track gets analyzed in the algorithms they help with natural boosting engagement of that track. It’s the holy grail of putting your tracks on Spotify. If you get these tracks on large playlists you open your audience 10-fold. Let’s look into how we can ‘trick’ the algorithm into putting your track into the playlist sections. If your looking to just increase the play count of your Spotify tracks than our Spotify Plays page might be of assistance.
If your order has taken longer than 24 hours to start delivering write us a ticket. The reason for order delays is that our system is based on a queue order delivery to keep it fair for all users. So this means sometimes that there is longer lineups than usual. We do guarantee orders to be start delivering within 24-48 hours so if you notice the order hasn't started within that time frame write us a ticket ticket and we will ensure your order is boosted to the front of the line.
Our research shows that the savings rate is the number 1 aspect of putting a track viral. The saving rate is found by dividing users by saves. The goal is to maintain a 10% save rate. We have studied many artists that have been ‘successful’ on Spotify. We recommend using our services to get your savings rates up to this point. This will greatly increase the odds of you getting to the coveted top playlists. Another method we use to promote our Spotify customers is using a basic Spotify Followers promotion. It is a known fact one of the main ranking factors for song promotion is how many followers your user account has. Check out our page to learn more about increasing your follower account.
Yes. Our algorithms work in flow with all Spotify servers and we have never had an account get disabled.