From now on you can make use of our new chart voting function by upgrading (thumbs up) or devaluing (thumbs down) individual titles, which has a direct impact on our charts. You can also have a say in the charts by sending us your personal favorites (see form below the charts!). Please note that the proposed title was published no more than one month ago! Furthermore, we do not guarantee that we will include the title you suggest in our charts. Musiccharts24 are popularity charts, which primarily reflect the personal preferences of the jurors involved.
If you make use of the voting option, the data can be saved. At the time the message is sent, the usual traffic data such as the time it was sent or your IP address can also be transmitted and stored. For the processing of the data, your consent is obtained as part of the sending process and reference is made to our data protection declaration.
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Musiccharts24 are intended to represent global popularity of recent releases reflected by our poll and the preferences of a selected jury.
Music charts are supposed to be a scale for the success of a music track. Music titles that rank higher in the music charts are therefore more effective than titles that inhabit lower ranks in the charts. The primary is therefore the most effective music track in a hit parade of a particular duration. The hit parade provides interested parties with details about the ranking of music titles, along with the artist and the associated record label, in addition to the previous placements back to the date they got in the charts. The order of the music titles should supply details about the relative appeal of a title. The popularity or appeal of a music track, in turn, depends upon the criteria by which it is to be determined. Popular criteria include the frequency of broadcasts (airplay), sales figures and, given that the development of online media, downloads and streaming as well. Many of the charts are limited to a particular geographic area, and some to a specific category of music .