YouTube for Artists

With RouteNote you can distribute to YouTube whether that be your music, with our private music YouTube network getting over 200 million video views each month, or whether you create gaming videos, vlogs, sports videos and more.

For the musicians YouTube is now giving artists a plethora of tools and insights about their videos allowing you to engage more directly with your fans and build your career.

The service, YouTube for Artists, allows you to access the statistics of your views as well as plenty of collaborative opportunities with YouTube and other artists. These statistics give you the chance to see where you’re getting the most views so you can plan live performances based on your popularity, it shows you the demographics of your fans so you can engage with them more directly with an understanding of your audience, send radio stations the data of your music in their area and more.

At the moment the service is available to a limited amount of artists with the intention to expand for more availability and extra tools.


You can find out more on YouTube’s official page for the service.

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