From Social Media to SEO: Effective Strategies for Driving Traffic to Your Music Website

Driving traffic to your music website is crucial if you want to increase your exposure, engage with fans, and create revenue opportunities. In today’s digital age, social media and search engine optimization (SEO) are two effective strategies that can help musicians achieve this goal. By leveraging social media platforms and optimizing your websites for search engines, you can attract more visitors to your websites and ultimately grow your fan base.

How to Keep Your Music Career Active During the COVID-19 Crisis

As the COVID-19 crisis continues across the world, people will need to avoid public areas for weeks to come. Unfortunately, this is hitting several industries extremely hard. These are uncertain times for people who rely on large gatherings to make a living. Musicians are no exception and face several challenges. In this post, we’re going to cover some ways to keep your music career active during this crisis.

How to Use Anchor Links to Organize Long Web Pages
In certain scenarios it makes sense to put multiple items on a single page of your website. For example, if you’re creating an EPK for your band, you may want to include photos, music, videos, and more all on one page. This will allow a visitor to get a pretty well rounded view of your band from one spot. The downside to this of course, is that adding all of that content can make for a pretty long page. If users don’t know that there is content buried further down the page, they may never find it. In this post, we’ll show you how to organize longer pages by using anchor links.

How to Add a Call to Action Button to Your Website’s Menu
Do you have a specific page on your website that you wish stood out a little more than the others? Maybe it’s a shop page, a contact page, an EPK, or a booking form. Is there a page on your site that you’d really like to shine the spotlight on? In today’s post, we’re going to cover how you can easily add a call-to-action button to your site’s main menu.

How to Promote Upcoming Gigs on Your Website

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.