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Wow, you just had a new website built and you’re really proud of it. Congratulate yourself that you’ve gone the extra mile to actually have a website presence (many feel they can get by only with social media these days, which is a gigantic strategy flaw), but remember that even though it might look cool […]Continue reading
When it comes to measurement, one of the things that can happen is that it’s easy to be almost overwhelmed by the data that a measurement tool can provide. Here’s an excerpt from the 2nd edition of my Social Media Promotion For Musicians handbook that shows how to interpret the performance metrics in order to understand […]Continue reading
Thanks to online website builders like WordPress, Wix, Weebly and Squarespace, it’s now incredibly fast and easy for an artist or band to set up a website. That said, just because it’s easy to do doesn’t mean that what you’ll come up with will be visually appealing. Since so much of website engagement is built around how the site looks […]Continue reading
If you’re an artist or band, hopefully you have a website. If you do, you’re probably wondering if it actually helps you to get gigs. By itself, a good artist website can be an excellent introduction to any promoters checking you out, but there’s one section that’s more important than all others that’s usually overlooked […]Continue reading