In the wake of PledgeMusic’s demise and impending bankruptcy, musician website-building platform Bandzoogle has stepped in to fill the crowdfunding void.
Meeting new people can be frustrating and nerve-wracking. Here are some tips for when you’re stuck at an event and want to make the most of it.
Going on tour soon but don’t know how to get the word out? Here’s a list of amazing strategies to put your band on the map and make your travels count!
Got a band website that you’re newly finished with? Try integrating these apps, widgets, and services so you can capture data and serve your fans better.
Bands and artists aren’t always up to speed about SEO best practices, but optimizing your website will lead to more plays, more sales, and more fans!
Sure, watching your play count and “likes” totals go up feels good, but how do you analyze how and why they went up so you can create meaningful progress?
Since making our latest free online course with Bandzoogle, we’ve been checking out all of the features musicians can use to book better gigs. Take a look!
It’s a great time to be a musician! With all the tools available these days, there’s a ton of ways to publicize and sell music online. Here’s just a few.
No matter what type of songs you write, or who you write them for, here are some templates for showcasing your work to your audience, courtesy of Bandzoogle
Putting together your first musician website? Or how bout your tenth? Here’s what Soundfly instructor Delaney Gibson thinks you should be considering.