Bandzoogle, a website platform for musicians, today announced that it has acquired the assets of NoteWay Media, an Indianapolis, IN company that provides a self-serve website platform for musicians, performers and entertainers. With this acquisition, Bandzoogle aims to affirm its position as the leading site builder and hosting solution for independent bands and artists.
"We are excited to work with NoteWay and provide a new home for their customers' web presence" said David Dufresne, Bandzoogle's CEO. "NoteWay has built an interesting footprint in the jazz and classical genres, markets that we have been working hard to better serve, so this is a welcome strategic merge".
"We are very proud to have our customer base join the Bandzoogle family. Our users will now have access to the impressive website platform and world class support team that Bandzoogle offers" said Jamie Long, NoteWay's founder.
NoteWay hosted websites are in the process of being moved over to Bandzoogle's servers over the next few weeks and NoteWay users will enjoy a free trial before deciding on one of Bandzoogle's subscription plans.
Bandzoogle provides online tools for musicians to build a professional website, promote their music, and sell directly to fans. The all-in-one platform lets an artist's website become the hub of all their online activity, with a built-in store, fan management tools, email and text message blasts, detailed reporting and integration with social networks. Bandzoogle is free to try. Plans start at $9.95/month. View a full list of features, detailed plans, example websites and read the Bandzoogle Blog on www.bandzoogle.com.