Thursday, June 25, 2015

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Ever since I've heard about Audiokite's review service, I've been taking to get a song reviewed and see if I have what it takes to stand in the anonymous onslaught of reviewers from around the US. I use a coupon that I got from passive promotions and invested in a hundred and fifty reviews in the electronic department. In hindsight, I guess I could have use generic reviews, as it would have given me a better idea of what kind of people are out there in the general category.  But this category was concentrated to the electronic genre, so it left me with the question of whether or not these people were expecting instrumentals. Either way, the results were quite surprising.

the reason I like this service more than other services is because they give you so many different kinds of data to observe. It's not just a like or not like. the information that you need is very detailed, and because it's anonymous, I feel that people are more inclined to be honest about their feelings toward the music.

that being said, you have to keep in mind that you can't please everyone, and no two people think alike.


it's amazing how 1 review can say the exact opposite of another, and yet both are listening to the same song.


whether you reviews come out to be amazingly praiseworthy, or unbearably brutal, you're getting honest feedback. if you want to get a better idea of what I mean, go ahead and click this link and check out the status that I got back from my report. And, while you're at it, I'd like to hear what you thought of Love You Much. I'm always open to hear the opinions of people who read my blog.

all in all, I'm very satisfied with my service, & I will definitely use Audiokite again and recommend it to my friends.

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