How To Create A Killer Musician Website: Soundfly, Bandzoogle Course

Guest post by the . This article originally appeared on Soundfly’s Flypaper

New course announcement!

Your website is more than just a place for fans to listen to your music. It’s where you establish your brand as an artist, gather email addresses from people who actually want to hear from you, and sell directly to your fans without going through any middlemen. The good news is that it’s easier than ever to create a stellar site of your own, and you don’t need to know how to code or hire a developer.

That’s why we’re so excited to announce the launch of our new free course, How to Create a Killer Musician Website! In this course, we’ll hear from Delaney Gibson, Chief Artist and founder of the creative agency CCXA, about her best practices for putting together an effective, easy-to-update website that catches the eye and captures your leads.

This course is for artists, bands, producers, and performers who are hoping to create a more professional presence online. We’ll talk about why a website can be a good thing to have, what any good website needs to include, how to go about building one, and how to fit it into a more comprehensive marketing strategy for your project.

We created this course in partnership with our friends over at Bandzoogle, one of the great web hosting platforms we talk about in the course. They encounter a ton of musicians who come to them looking for advice on how to get the most from their site, so we decided to try to create the most comprehensive guide ever on the topic.

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You don’t need to use Bandzoogle to enjoy this course, but if you sign up, you’ll have access to a free trial and a special discount on their website-building platform. So go ahead and check out our exciting new course, How to Create a Killer Musician Website, for free! 

Introducing Delaney Gibson

Delaney Gibson is an artist, art director, designer, and songwriter who has worked with dozens of artists to art direct and design their websites over the years. She runs the creative agency CCXA and is one half of electro–pop duo Signy. You can check out their latest single below!

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