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  1. I'm a big JLS fan [the UK boyband, not Jamie Lyn Spears lol] and was gutted to see it only made it to no76. But tbh I honestly don't understand the charts anymore as they were no4 on iTunes and all of Steps singles recently have charted low and they àre deemed a success but according to the official charts website Scared Of The Dark only went to ño37. And the rest of their singles have missed top 10 most have missed top 20. But they are deemed a success. And I remember Claire saying in an interview in 2017 that their physical sales were tiny but their streaming figures were huge but Ed Sheeren was the other way around. And it looks like JLS Is the same as Steps which makes sense because all their fans are young and probably just stream their music now hence why they are only no76 on the official chart but no4 on iTunes I mean this isn't me being an avid JLS fan sticking up for them no matter what. I like their song but I was worried it wasn't catchy enough for general non JLS fans. But I genuinely don't understand the charts and people saying oh it's no76 on the official charts it's a flop which I don't blame them for because I initially felt the same. But they are no4 on iTunes and no5 on the official download chart (Ed Sheeran is only no4 on that chart) which I would have thought was good considering most JLS fans are young and won't buy physical CD singles anymore (it must be 20 years since I did) hence why they charted very low in the official 100. But people are quick to label them a flop even though Steps and many others are the same What exactly makes a single deemed as 'successful'? Because people are saying JLS have 'flopped' because they are only no76 in the UK charts but then i can see why as their fans are still young and none of them would buy their physical CD single now. Same with Steps. But then they are no4 on iTunes and no5 on the official download chart and it seems everyone is forgetting that, they are just focusing on the official UK chart which nowadays seems irrelevant. You could go to no1 and sell only 1,000 copies nowadays Are the charts even relevant now? Related content:
  2. Hi everyone! I'm working on a project for school and am conducting some research and would really appreciate anyone who takes the time to answer the questions below. If you would prefer to dm me your answers that is perfectly fine. Thank you so much in advance. -Justin 1. What primary apps and/or websites do you utilize when you are searching for album sales and chart positions? 2. What features do the apps and/or websites include that make it the easiest to find the sales/chart information you are looking for? 3. How often do you review album sales charts? 4. What information is hardest to find when you are looking for specific album sales/chart positions? 5. Are there features these apps and/or websites include other than music sales information that you enjoy, like articles ect.? 6. How often do you look into new music releases and what resource do you use to find release dates? 7. What online service is your primary source for streaming music? 8. Out of these forms of media: Digital Download, Compact Disc, Cassette Tape and Vinyl, Which would you be most likely to purchase and why? 9. Is there a specific musical genre you are most interested in tracking sales/chart positions for? If yes, Which genre are you most interested in and why? 10. What other features, if any, do you wish the apps and/or websites that you use to track music sales through, would include?
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