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Hypeddit unveils Loud Links: The future of music sharing

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Wednesday August 15, 2018
FREE EBOOK DOWNLOAD ►, a popular music promotion and fan acquisition platform, announces the launch of Loud Links.Loud Links are a new, patent pending technology that allows musicians to add their music to any link they share online, creating a new way to reach listeners and gain more plays, drive more traffic and grow a bigger fan base.

The number one problem facing independent musicians, bands, producers, and record labels is mostly the same: getting more people to hear their music. Loud Link technology helps solve this problem in a new way. Creators can now add streamable music directly to web pages they want to share with anyone, anywhere in the world.

“As musicians, we always share links with interesting content with fans and friends”, says John Gold, Founder of Hypeddit. “With our Loud Link technology, you can now put your music on any link you share online. We created an entirely new distribution mechanism for your music, giving you instant reach to a wider audience!"

A musician can create Loud Links on by selecting the music title they want to promote and inserting the URL of the web page on which they would like to showcase their music. This simple setup process takes only a few seconds and the resulting Loud Link includes a music player on the web page selected for sharing.

Loud Links work with any music that streams directly from popular hosting platforms such as SoundCloud, Youtube, Spotify and MixCloud, as well as music uploaded to Hypeddit. Musicians can share their Loud Links via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, emails or anywhere else on the web to increase their audience.

Visitors of Loud Links can play any included music right on the page. They can also follow a call-to-action button on the Loud Link to download, buy or stream the music from any music store or streaming service such as Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon, Beatport, BandCamp, etc.

Loud Links are designed to promote the sharing of online content and music without interfering with the functionality, analytics or search engine value of the web pages being shared. Loud Links simply add a music player to shared links, turning 'silent' web pages into new content experiences with music for their audiences.

“Loud links open an entirely new distribution and promotion channel for musicians,” adds Gold. “What better way to create new fans for you music than to ‘musify’ the web?”

Watch a video on creating Loud Links here.

Sign up for a free Hypeddit account here and start creating Loud Links today!

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