I've still heard nothing regarding Google Play, which was supposed to take three days, or Amazon, which was to take weeks.
The email address for distrokid is email@example.com. You can also tweet @distrokid.
There's been no response to an email I sent July 9 regarding merging the free uploaded song with an album I'm waiting to upload.
I hear crickets chirping when I go to distrokid.com.
Oh, and if you want to see the home page of distrokid.com, you have to sign out of your "dashboard."
With the superior connectivity between iTunes and distrokid.com (uploaded and live for sale in less than three hours), I'm wondering why distrokid.com cannot receive "nearly live" sales data for songs/albums that can be routed to each appropriate user's page. I'd bet that the labels get that kind of access to data.
I will keep you posted. I'm beginning to think that distrokid.com is an excellent method for getting one song or one album up on iTunes/Spotify. I'm not so sure at this time that I'll upload anything else.