Thoughts are fleeting. Research. Content. Branding. Tweets are here today and gone tomorrow. Navigation. Photography. SEO. Status updates rapidly disappear the second they’re published. Design. Code. Email…
Getting started is overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be.
From idea to website, Billboard is the quickest way to introduce your concept to the world using WordPress.
Elephant Revival is a unique quintet of multi-instrumentalists blending elements of gypsy, Celtic, Americana, and folk. Brought together by a unified sense of purpose, Elephant Revival communicates the importance of harmony among all living things and uses music to unite us in ways that no other medium can.
We recently caught up with Bridget Law—Elephant Revival fiddle player—to learn more about the band, how songs are created, what inspires them musically, and what they like most about using AudioTheme for their website.
Footer credits—also known as footer text—refers to the text shown at the bottom of a website. Changing this text in WordPress themes is a common task and is the focus of this article.
In most cases, a site’s footer credits display a copyright symbol, the current year, and the name of the site. In WordPress themes, it’s a common practice to display a link to the theme being used along with the name of the creator. Keeping these links in your WordPress theme can be valuable for the creator and is a good way to support their efforts and business.
Let’s look at two methods for customizing the footer credits in your WordPress theme.
Imagine you’re playing a gig at a small venue. There aren’t very many people around but you can tell that those who are there are enjoying your music. After you finish your set, someone from the audience walks up and asks for your card.
A few years later you get a call from the same guy who explains that he happens to work at the White House, and he thinks the President would really like your band.
It seems like a ridiculous scenario, right? Except it’s not. That’s exactly what happened to Pat McGee back in the 90s.
Content upgrades — bonus content that people can access in exchange for their email address — are the new hot trend in email marketing and growing an email list.
There are a number of benefits of having an email list to market your music and promote yourself as a musician. Content upgrades work well because you have the full attention of the person viewing your content and thus they are more likely interested in a related freebie. This is something Seth Godin calls permission marketing.
Permission Marketing: Turning Strangers into Friends and Friends into Customers. – Seth Godin
In a previous article, we touched on how to build an email list and why you should. One key point in that article was that you need to offer something of value to your prospective subscribers. In this article, we’ll discuss how content upgrades are an effective way to provide value by rewarding fans who subscribe to your email list.
If you don’t read changelogs, you probably didn’t notice we rolled out a major new feature in all of our themes last week. We’re happy to announce most of our existing themes and all future themes will have native support for custom fonts!
We’re often asked if renewing the AudioTheme license is necessary to keep websites built with our products running year after year. While the answer is no, you can continue to use your site without renewing, we’ve put together a list of reasons why renewing may be worth your while.
The AudioTheme Framework plugin is designed to work out of the box without needing any configuration. However, we understand that some minor customizations and tweaks might be required to fit with a particular musician’s style or genre. In this post, we’ll cover some of the customizations we’re most frequently asked about.
We recently released a new theme that features a cool duotone effect to make header images standout in the demo. Even cooler than the effect is how easy it is to achieve with gradient maps in Photoshop.