What are the link requirements for adding/editing festivals?
Festival Pages are equipped with social media (Instagram, Twitter, etc.) and music links (Spotify and Deezer playlists) that lead to the festivals' official channels. Linking the correct channels is very important. They provide the content displayed on the Festival Pages and allow us to calculate and monitor a festival's performance across various channels. Make sure you add as many channels as possible.
Find the general rules for adding/editing links, link requirements and examples for each channel below. See how links should look here.
▪ Add the links of channels that belong to the festival or its organizers/promoters.
▪ All links should be active and display content.
▪ Submit only the festival’s own channels. Don't add links from promoters.
▪ Last post/video shouldn’t be older than 3 years.
▪ Insert the shortest URL form possible. See the example below:
Below are the basic guidelines for each platform:
An official domain, Wordpress, Wix or Blogspot page.
The official Facebook page, not a personal profile or event/fan-made/auto-generated page or group. The content has to be recent – the last post should be max. 3 years old.
The official Twitter profile, not a fan page/owner’s/organizer’s profile. The content has to be recent – the last post should be max. 3 years old.
The official Instagram profile, not a fan page/owner’s/organizer’s profile. The content has to be recent – the last photo should be max. 3 years old.
The festival’s or organizer’s own YouTube channel. Don't add playlists or videos.
The festival’s own user profiles. Don't add playlists.