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    Hey, I found a site called cloudkillers. You get to comment other people's tracks on soundcloud and in regards you get comments from them. You just link your soundcloud to cloudkillers. I'm thinking of joining this, because you can get constructive critism very fast. Have you guys tested this before? Please share your toughts!

    http://www.cloudkillers.com/

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    I would say this post reads like an advertisement/shill for cloudkillers- but judging by your post history I guess it's not. At least you didn't hide a referral link in there like some people on this forum.

    Cliudkillers isn't generally useful for anything constructive. It's only real purpose is to whore for soundcloud listens and comments to make your stuff appear more popular than it is. If that's what you want then it works, but don't expect to get real constructive feedback or anything. Most people just click through and try to leave as many generic comments as possible to get more points so people give them more useless comments and listens. It's like a giant pyramid scheme of soundcloud whoring.
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    Well, that's this thread wrapped up.I do love efficiency.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xonetacular View Post
    I would say this post reads like an advertisement/shill for cloudkillers- but judging by your post history I guess it's not. At least you didn't hide a referral link in there like some people on this forum.

    Cliudkillers isn't generally useful for anything constructive. It's only real purpose is to whore for soundcloud listens and comments to make your stuff appear more popular than it is. If that's what you want then it works, but don't expect to get real constructive feedback or anything. Most people just click through and try to leave as many generic comments as possible to get more points so people give them more useless comments and listens. It's like a giant pyramid scheme of soundcloud whoring.
    i think this concept would be great if they actually had a group of moderators monitoring if comments submitted were constructive or not
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    Quote Originally Posted by IznremiX View Post
    i think this concept would be great if they actually had a group of moderators monitoring if comments submitted were constructive or not
    well they've made it clear by their business model that's not the real purpose or what's profitable. that's why they offer packages where you can just buy a bunch of points for people to give you a ton of soundcloud comments and listens without doing anything. Making up that nonsense about it being a community for sharing constructive feedback sounds better than blatantly saying it's a way to get a bunch of listens and comments on your tracks.


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    Is this why I sometimes see songs with 400+ comments and only 600 listens? The usual rate of listens to comments is probably 10:1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LXJ View Post
    Is this why I sometimes see songs with 400+ comments and only 600 listens? The usual rate of listens to comments is probably 10:1.
    Yes, that's exactly why.


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    @xonetacular, ah thats unfortunate

    @lxj, ha! what i find is worse is when people get 500 "likes" on facebook in a day, and then they go back to getting 1 every 2 weeks
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