SpamHere at SoundCloud, everyday we hear about users who have made great connections using the platform and have built up massive followings around their sounds. The way they’ve done this is by building meaningful connections based on mutual respect. They’ve done this by connecting with their followers, not by sending out mass messages and posting the same comments to everyone they follow. Again, don’t be that guy/gal. Trust us, it doesn’t work.
Receiving impersonal canned messages or a comment which you can see has been posted to every other sound the user’s listened to, isn’t very personal and will most likely be ignored and deleted! Remember to connect with the community to build up your own following. Here’s a few tips from other SoundCloud members which we put together to help out. Create more value than you extract. That’s how communities flourish.
Give a helping hand to the community by reporting any spammers! All you need to do is check "Also report comment as spam" when deleting a comment, or use the "Report for spam" icon in messages: