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What Needs To Go Into Your Website To Keep Your Fans And New Fans Fully Entertained


If you have reviewed my video called Your Web Channel, you know that the website is the most important part of fan retention and growth.

With the tools that are now available to everyone, it's my opinion that you through everything into the soup.

You can now use a series pf social media sites to load up your site with everything from live streaming to mp3 modules at no cost to you.

You also have to choose what kind of information you want to present to your fan.  But one thing is for sure, the simple things like the mail list are the straws that can break the artists back if you don't have one.

And as I'll always say, you can't treat your website any less important than your music.  It has to reflect you all the way around from song to image.

Your website is the only real control you have in how your image is presented.  It would suit you to look at other sites that you like and get some ideas in design.




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