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December 07, 2010

Q&A: Do Artists Today Really Need Their Own Website?

This is another in a series of short audio questions and answers I will post here on the blog to celebrate the launch of my Music Marketing Mentorship Program in January.

The question:

Do Music Artists and Bands Today Really Need Their Own Website?

There are two ways to access my audio answers:

1) Listen now using this streaming audio player:

2) Download the MP3 using this link

Visit this page for a list of links to all of the audio Q&A posts.

This audio series was inspired by Jon Ostrow and a list of questions he sent me. My shorter text answers are featured on his website.

Here are links to some of the things mentioned in this audio clip:
What do you think of my answer? Leave a comment below ...


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posted by Bob Baker @ 11:02 PM   2 comments


At Dec 8, 2010, 11:36:00 AM, Blogger Chris B. said...

My thoughts on the matter -

At Dec 8, 2010, 2:46:00 PM, Anonymous Constantine Roussos (.MUSIC Domain Initiative) said...

Serious artists and bands definitely need to have an official website they can control and own.

Here are 20 reasons why you need your own website:

20 Reasons Why Artists and Bands Need and Official Website


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