We know how confusing it can be when it comes to getting a band website set up. There are so many details to cover – domain names, web hosting, site design, what features to include on the site and what technologies to use to implement them and of course how to keep the site up to date after it has been built. Well don’t worry, help is here at last! Musician Sites is a one stop shop and we can take care of all the details and and let you get on with doing what you do best, your music.
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At Musician Sites we specialise in building band web sites that are designed to get you noticed on the web and keep your fans coming back. We provide a full range of features and advise you on how to use these features to help you maximise your potential for success. Our websites are built with an easy to use administration panel that puts you in control of your own online communication centre.
So don’t put it off any longer because you will not want to miss out on opportunities to make new connections through your own personalised band website. Submit an enquiry form right now and we will provide you with all the details of how Musician Sites can create the right website for you.
Many bands/artists look on their website as a sort of glossy online brochure that the web surfer will come and look at, read and listen to and go away fully satisfied. But this ‘brochure-ware’ view is missing out on the full potential and power of the web, your website has the potential to be much more than a glossy online brochure and more than one-way communication…
When someone visits a website for the first time they tend to make a snap decision on whether its worthwhile to continue exploring the site or it’s a waste of time and hit the Back button. This article discusses ways to encourage the visitor to stay and explore.
You already have a MySpace page for your band, so why bother with a website?