With only one artist on Spotify having a single setlist in the top 100, and the majors spending a fortune on pushing theirs (full of their artists), it seems clear I'm going to need to dig WAY down deep into curation and promotion. It's not a small thing. Spotify setlist jockeying is credited by those in the know as being the primary reason Meghan Trainor (sp?) went straight to #1 on Billboard, and it's big business. So... I've read lots online, but most of the stuff people were doing no longer applies (closed forums and sites, etc). I need a gameplan for setlist promotion, and it brings up a few questions: 1) I've been playing with titles, descriptions, etc... and it would appear that for search ranking within Spotify, it's really the setlist title that's king, and description plays only a minor role. So, for instance, if someone types in "All about that bass", they will get a hit for the song, and two or three top hits only (unless they expand) for setlists with those keywords (almost always in title). So, first question is... how are those ranked? Is it just according to number of followers? If so, is the idea to pump it up with a bunch of fake followers first to get it up in search results so real people can start seeing it? 2) What are the best forums, websites, facebook groups, etc to go fishing for real followers? 3) Is there some other kind of promotion I'm missing entirely?