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How do I join?

Take a look at our Membership page, determine which membership level is right for you, and choose your method of payment. Options are to use PayPal (our preferred method) or to send in a bank check or money order, along with a letter containing your full legal name, address, date of birth, phone number, and desired membership level. Once payment is …

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How do I submit my songs for the song evaluations?

A member will submit their songs through Dropbox, a free, file-sharing service. You must become a member in order to submit your songs. After uploading your song into your Dropbox folder, you will then send us an email with your lyrics and notifying us of your submission. …

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How do I upgrade my membership?

Members may upgrade their memberships at any time during their membership period. Simply send an email request to with your name, current membership level, and desired membership level. We will then invoice you the difference in dues between the two membership levels. If you joined by using our alternative payment method, then simply send us your r …

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How much does it cost to be a member and why?

FLSW gold membership costs $100 per year, Platinum Membership $150, Diamond membership $200 and Lifetime membership $2,500.00 (12 months from the date you join). FLSW membership is inclusive of all FLSW services including studio and sponsor discounts, free song evaluation, one – on – one mentoring sessions, Exclusive free access to all FLSW events, …

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How do i get my songs published through a publisher?

Getting your songs published through a successful publishing company is a process; a series of steps that requires knowledge and preparation. Focus on writing the best songs you can, getting better at your craft, learn all you can about the music business, and plug yourself into the songwriting and music industry community. Due to legal issues, pub …

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Should I copyright my song and how do i do it?

Many professional songwriters don’t copyright songs until they begin earning income. The reason is both cost and time involved. Non-professionals often copyright their songs due to fear of infringement (their songs being stolen). Again, this can be expensive, but if it makes you feel comfortable, you can always exercise that option by visiting www. …

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