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This Is How It Works

Viberate’s database is crowdsourced entirely by music enthusiasts, such as yourself. This guide will help you understand how contributing and curating music data on Viberate works.

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Sign up to create a Viberate account

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Edit or add any information that is incorrect or missing

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Collect badges and claim rewards

Contribution Guide

To become a Viberate contributor, all you need is a Viberate account and love for music. Creating an account is super simple and you can use it to log into any other Viberate product. When you’ve successfully registered, you can start contributing and curating in the following ways:

Add an entity

By adding new iDs, you can help your favorite Artists, Venues or Festivals to present themselves to the world. You can also add Events that we’ve missed, vote for Artists’ genres and even vote on the beer price in your local pub.

Edit an entity

You can also edit existing entities and make them look even better. So, if you find a Venue that changed its opening hours or an Artist with an old profile photo, you can improve their iD as long as the entities don’t take control of it themselves and disable external edits.

After you submit new additions or edits, our database curators will review the data and approve or deny your entries. You can check the status of your entries in your profile section under the Contribution tab (see screenshot).

Contribution activity

Accuracy

Accuracy of our data is very important to us, so when contributing, being precise is more important than being fast. Although all entries are checked by our in-house curation team, contributors must strive to provide relevant info. You can check your accuracy meter in MY Viberate section under the My Contributions tab. Please, note that if your accuracy is low for a longer period of time, we can suspend or even ban your account.

Ready to Begin?

Create your Viberate account and start contributing to our database now.