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Musicians get a huge benefit from having a website. You can sell merch, post tour dates and keep your fans up to date with what's been going on. It also gives you a chance to consolidate the links to all of your related pages in one place - Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube can all be accessed from the same page.
With each build I can also implement a blog that will let you make posts related to any tour or release info.
The first thing I'll build will be the landing page. This is the first thing visitors will see when they visit your page.
There are several options for this but generally most musicians will want something that fits the feel of their current album release.
This page will consolidate all of your social links in one place so it's easy for any of your fans to find your social media content. It can include links to anything you would like - Spotify, YouTube, Instagram. Anything you want.
The Media page can serve as a place for visitors to listen to your music or check out any video content you have released.
With each track we can also link up to an external store that will give users a chance to purchase your music from your own online store or another platform (iTunes).
Touring is probably the most important thing you can do as a musician and you want to be able to let people know where they can catch you.
I can design this page and set it up so you can update it whenever you like.
More than ever, merchandise sales for musicians is a great way to make some extra cash.
Using Shopify or WooCommerce, I can set up a fully functional online store that you can add items to yourself. Everything is fully customizable for quick price changes or stock updates.
Building websites for musicians is an absolute blast! You have music that I can listen to while I build, and most people that make music generally have an aesthetic that I can build off of. I want your website to be an extension of who you are and what your music represents.
I like going over what you would like the site to look like (colors, imagery, etc.) and come back with a rough design before I code anything. Some musicians want the main focus to be on the music, while others want a site where they can sell their merch. Either way, I got you covered.
Note: I do not accept payment in beer. Well, maybe some beer, we can discuss specifics later.