Finally, you can now earn money by uploading your original songs on audiomack. There have been concerns by many with regards to earning from your songs on audiomack and how to go about it.
Well, this article will guide you to set up your audiomack and monetize the original contents you upload.
To get paid on Audiomack, first, you need to be sure your contents are original that is to say they are all yours. The second criterion is to get authenticated.
Here's is how to get authenticated?
To get authenticated, you need to
Have at least two (2) uploads
Have at least 25 followers
Have a profile picture
Link and authenticate the Twitter and/or Instagram account of the creator
You can apply for authentication here.
Afterward, you need to;
Build your audience or followers.
Grow your fanbase.
Subscribe to AudioMack monetizing platform.
How often can I get paid?
Audiomack pays two months after the earnings period (i.e. earnings for January will be paid by end of March). Once an AMP account has been funded, you can withdraw at any time, provided the withdrawal amount exceeds the respective transaction fees. Once submitted, payment approval can take up to 4 business days. Once approved, payment should take no longer than 2-3 business days to process via our third-party payment provider.
How does Audiomack calculate revenue/payments?
Audiomack calculates “revenue per stream” is a variable figure that is calculated on a month-to month basis, due to the variability of advertising revenues. This number is calculated by dividing revenue generated from advertisements and subscriptions by the total number of total streams on the Audiomack platform in a calendar month. AMP creators are paid based on the number of streams of their monetized content, multiplied by the “revenue per stream,” multiplied by the AMP revenue share, which is fifty (50%) percent.
To clarify, there is no fixed “per-stream rate.” Rather, this rate fluctuates based on a variety of factors, including what country the streams occurred in, the number of monetized streams on the platform, the amount of total revenue generated, and more.
When Audiomack wins, creators win. It costs money to operate a platform that helps creators further their careers, but AMP exists to make sure creators are paid for their contributions. The more users our platform gains, the more money we can pay our creator community.
Where can I check on how much money I am due from AMP royalties?