Join Bobby Owsinski for an in-depth discussion in this video Page structure of a successful recording artist website, part of Website Management for Musicians and Bands.
Most successful artist, band or musician websites have similar page…structure, in that the same elements are usually at work.…Let's look at them.…The Bio or About page doesn't have to be your…entire life story, in fact it's better if it's not.…Leave the total history for the bio in your press-kit.…Two or three paragraphs that gives someone the overall picture…of who you are and what you stand for is enough.…With the link to the full bio if someone needs more info.…It's hard to believe…how many people overlook this section.…Make sure that the Contact Link is very obvious.…If people can't contact you, they can't book you.…
Make it easy for them and include not only your email…address, but a phone number as well, if you're not famous.…Since some people still prefer to just pick up the phone and make contact.…As you can see in my particular page, here's my contact info, right here.…And you're able to contact me.…And this is on every page, you see the contact come up.…If you don't want people to call your personal phone, then get a Google voice…
Get more music marketing tips from Bobby in Facebook for Musicians and Bands and Social Media Basics for Musicians and Bands.
- Identifying the key elements of a successful band website
- Visual design and navigation tips
- Optimizing media for your site
- Adding a website description and meta tags
- Designing the press and booking sections
- Measuring your website's performance