Yes, WordPress is a global dominator when it comes to websites, powering a staggering 40% of the entire internet, but how does it stack up as a website builder for musicians and bands when compared to some of the other big players?
Whilst social and streaming sites are an integral part of a band or musician’s online presence, there are many benefits to also having a dedicated artist or band website. We discuss them all here.
We love to see it! Genre-bending rock duo and Band Theme early adopters Nova Twins have just won Best Independent Track at the 2022 AIM Awards. Read all about it here.
Want to make some (more) money from your music? Here we detail established methods alongside some relatively new ways to start making your music work harder for you.
This month, it’s enigmatic Scotland-based band Beldon Haig. Hailing from Falkirk, Beldon Haig and band use music to subvert with a wry smile, to “tell stories, provoke, poke-fun, protest and create impact.”
With countless different media forms requiring licensed music, from traditional TV and film to the vast and ever-growing online output, there’s never been more opportunities to make money from your music. Let’s get into it.
Having a kick ass website is all well and good, but if nobody visits it, finds it, or knows about it, you may as well have left it unpublished. Here we outline how to drum up traffic.
There are many reasons why, as a musician, band, or record label you may want to get more clicks on to your website. This is where Search Engine Optimization comes in. And best of all – it’s FREE!
We’ve put together 7 things you should consider before unleashing music on the public, that could mean the difference between making a memorable splash or being a forgettable flop.
EPK stands for Electronic Press Kit. Your EPK is important to get right in a time when competition can be fierce and there’s only so many seats at the music business table. But it’s not difficult. Here’s how to nail it.
Having and being in control of an artist Knowledge Panel is as close to being officially ‘verified’ by Google as it gets. But what is a Knowledge Panel and how do you ‘get’ one? All will be revealed.
So, which is better? Bandcamp or Beatport? It largely depends what your specific needs and goals are. In this article we go over the pros and cons of both in the Battle of the ‘B’s…
Having a complete, tailored (where possible), and well-configured artist page on the platforms where your music resides carries numerous benefits. Here we get into the whats, whys, and hows.
What’s in a name? More specifically, what’s in a domain name? Here are some top tips and points to ponder aimed at helping you choose the right domain for your band or musician website.