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February 19, 2009

Music Web Site Design Tips & Re-Branding Yourself

Is your artist, label or music company web site getting the results you want? Or do you simply think there might be ways to tweak your current music site to get more out of it?

If so, check out the tips I share in the audio clip below. It features a three-minute segment from my new Killer Music Web Sites report. It just may help you attract more fans and make more of an impact with your music.

Have you ever thought about switching genres or releasing new music that is completely different from what you've been known for? And what do you do about all of your previous musical history that can easily be "Googled" online?

That was the dilemma that Nancy faced when she called in during my most recent Ask Bob Teleclass. You'll hear my answer in the audio clip too.

There are two ways to listen. If you want to stream it and listen now, just click the arrow on the player below:

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Make sure you know when I present the next Ask Bob Teleclass (and submit a question of your own) by going here.

To your success!


P.S. Would you like me to critique your music web site? Or maybe you'd like my feedback on a pressing music marketing issue or project? If so, check out my music consulting and coaching page for details.
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