If you’re a gigging musician, one of your main goals is to draw as many people as possible to your shows. The more people you bring through the doors the better. Many musicians provide only basic information on their sites – like where and when they’re playing. This means you’re missing out on the opportunity to get more people through the doors. In this post we’ll cover how to promote upcoming gigs in a compelling way that can lead to more people in the crowd.
Let’s start with a few basics.
One of the biggest concerns of managing a website is keeping it secure. Since your website plays a major part in maintaining your reputation, it’s one of your biggest assets in growing your music career. In this post, we cover how using best practices, plugins, and other resources can improve your WordPress site’s security.
Ry Bradley is an award-winning country music artist who brings his dynamic stage presence and innovative country sound with him wherever he goes. Growing up in Hawaii and California, he was exposed to many types of music which helped him develop his own unique sound. Ry received the 2014 LA Music Award for “Country Artist of the Year.”
We recently caught up with Ry to learn about his upcoming album, his work for the victims of the Las Vegas Route 91 Harvest shooting, and what he likes most about his Wayfarer theme.
Not everyone gets excited about reading documentation or changelogs, so we’ve assembled a list of “hidden” features in AudioTheme that you may have missed.
In this post, we’ll cover some aspects and features of our products that are often overlooked by customers.
Hidden Features in AudioTheme
If you haven’t been keeping up with the changelog for the AudioTheme plugin, it’s easy to overlook some great new features that have been added to the last few releases. There are also some other, lesser-known features of AudioTheme that have been around for a long time, but are not well-known.
On each page and post, WordPress gives you the option to change the content visibility. Let’s walk through each of the available options and a few scenarios in which they might make sense.
Should you stream free music on your website?
If you don’t, how will anyone hear your stuff for the first time?
How will you be discovered?
If you do, how will you feed your family?
Will anyone still buy your record?
These are many of the thoughts swirling inside musician’s heads as they face one of the most difficult catch-22 decisions associated with the industry.