FREE WEBINAR: A Musician’s Guide to Creating a Great Website

The popularity of social media platforms and the algorithms that surface your posts can change overnight. But a website will always be yours, and this free webinar presented by Bandsintown and Bandzoogle is designed to help you get the most out of it.

Musician website platform BandzoogleRelationship Manager, David Cool will teach the essentials of creating a professional music website in this free webinar on Tuesday, November 15 at 12:00 PM PT | 3 {M AND.

REGISTER FOR FREE HERE

Are you ready to create a music website but don’t know where to start? Or maybe your current website could use a little refresher?

Log in to learn:

  • Why having your own website is crucial
  • What content to include on your site
  • Essential pages for a successful website
  • Build an EPK on your website…and more!

Select attendees will also have the opportunity to review their website in real time and get expert advice from Dave.

This session will be followed by a Q&A where Bruce Houghton of Hypebot and MusicThinkTank and Bandsintown Senior Advisor will interview Dave with questions from the chat.

After the session, remaining questions will be answered during a private AMA in the Bandsintown artist community. The community is free for anyone with a Bandsintown for Artists account. Join today!

BONUS GIFTS

Members of our Bandsintown artist community can enter to earn special benefits by RSVPing to the event directly within the community. Not a member yet? Join for free and RSVP once you’re in. Already a member? RSVP directly here.

One lucky member will be randomly selected to win 1 free year of Bandzoogle Proworth $200.

Can’t make it to the webinar?

Join the community of artists to access the video library where you can watch the full recording after the session.

REGISTER FOR FREE HERE

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