Music distribution to Facebook & Instagram – RouteNote and TuneCore compared

Both RouteNote and TuneCore distribute to Facebook & Instagram, however in every instance, RouteNote is better for the artist.

When you choose to distribute to Facebook, your release will be sent to both Facebook and Instagram. Any time anyone uses your song in a video on Facebook, Instagram, Facebook Stories, Instagram Stories or Instagram Reels, you’ll receive the royalties. Many distributors offer Facebook & Instagram, however some charge additional fees for the feature.


RouteNote

RouteNote’s pricing is simple. We have two options that are designed to suit artists big and small. We do not limit any stores or features on either tier. Distribution to Facebook & Instagram is nothing more than a box to tick on your release.

Free Distribution

Our Free option is perfect for artists just starting out, with zero fees or recurring costs, while you keep 85% of the revenue.


Premium Distribution

Premium is best for artists with established audiences. For a small one off fee plus annual payment, artists keep 100% of the revenue generated.

  • Single: $10
  • EP: $20
  • Album: $30
  • Extended Album: $45
  • Plus $9.99 annually

TuneCore

TuneCore advertise “free unlimited distribution on Facebook & Instagram”, however TuneCore charge per release distributed, plus a 20% fee for Facebook & Instagram.

  • Single $9.99 per year
  • Albums $29.99 for the first year, then $49.99 each following year

Example

With 20% on top of a distribution fee, TuneCore’s Facebook & Instagram distribution is always more expensive than RouteNote’s Free or Premium model. Here’s an example of the net revenue for an album (7-18 tracks) that earns $100 per year through Facebook & Instagram on RouteNote Free, RouteNote Premium and TuneCore.


To discover all of the great free bonus features with RouteNote, get distributing worldwide today.

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