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November 19, 2008

Is Your Music Web Site Doing More Harm Than Good?

Everyone needs a web site. And these days, most songwriters, musicians, bands, and indie record labels have one.

But the sad news is ...

Most music web sites are poorly designed, confuse music fans, and chase people away in droves.

What's the solution? You need to ...

Design a Music Web Site That Attracts Fans, Sells Your Music, and Builds Your Music Career

The good news is, it won't cost you a lot of money to create a killer music web site. In fact, most of the elements that make up an effective music site can be created for free or very little cost.

This isn't about big budgets and complicated technology. It's all about doing a few simple things to present yourself clearly, build a fan base, book more gigs, and sell a lot more of your music online.

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posted by Unknown @ 12:14 PM   1 comments


At Nov 20, 2008, 3:21:00 PM, Blogger Hayze said...

But having a site of any sort is vital - it is a given that a band will have a web site as much as a band will have songs. A lot of the problem is that a band will rely entirely on its communication with fans via web site alone.

Hayze, orignal indie rock music in the UK


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