We work hard to provide Bandzooglers with useful information on our blog, with lots of new content published every week. As we ring in a new year, here’s a look at some of the highlights from our blog in 2012:
6 Essential Elements for Your Band’s Website Homepage
This blog post is one that we refer to most often when doing website reviews. It all starts with an effective Homepage, and this post breaks down the essential elements you should have in place: 6 Essential Elements for Your Band’s Website Homepage
Hub & Spokes: The Key to Driving Fans to Your Band Website
Also selected as one of the best blog posts of 2012 on the music/technology blog Hypebot, this post explains how to use social media and online content to drive traffic to your website: Hub & Spokes: The Key to Driving Fans to Your Band Website
The Four P’s of Playing Live Shows: Promotion
This was Part 2 of a 4-part blog series about live shows by our Director of Artist Relations Dave Cool. The post went over all the aspects of promoting a live show, and was one of the most Liked/Tweeted posts on our blog in 2012: The Four P’s of Playing Live Shows: Promotion
Is Your Music in an Art Gallery or at Ikea?
In this post, our CEO David Dufresne talks about the importance of putting your music into context and building an experience around it, making it more valuable to your fans: Is Your Music in an Art Gallery or at Ikea?
You Only Get One Voice - Take Care of it!
Support Team member Justin offered one of the most practical and helpful blog posts of 2012 with his tips for singers on how to take care of your voice. He should know, he’s an opera singer himself: You Only Get One Voice - Take Care of it
Branch Out with your Music
Allison from support wrote on a very important subject for musicians: diversifying your revenue streams. She encourages musicians to think outside the box and make money in other ways besides music sales and live gigs: Branch Out with your Music