We've said from the beginning that investing in your online "Real Estate" is the only way to go when it comes to your brand. Social Networks will come and go, but one thing remains constant. The Internet isn't going anywhere, even though MySpace, Facebook & Twitter might. Below is an article I found today that sums it up perfectly and a great reminder for artists.
3 Major Reasons To Drive Fans To Your Website Instead Of Facebook & Social Media
UPDATED) By Chris Vinson, the founder and CTO of musician website and marketing platform Bandzoogle.
Do I really need a website for my musi...
The other day we launched a brand new MercyMe site which includes our brand new SkörStream box. Clever name right? First, let me say that Jordan is an absolute wizard when it comes to making things happen on the web. His attention to detail and skill level is unmatched. If you're not impressed by him, you're not paying attention.
See, with all the new socia...
Bands, we've got a surprise for you. If you've got more than one member of your band on Twitter, but you have your Twitter updating your Facebook Band Page, you've probably run into the issue of deciding which Twitter is going to update Facebook. Although, it's also entirely possible that you've never paid any attention.
We'll either way, we've got a little solution for you that we developed that we call TWITT...
There's a million different ways to interact with artists online with new ways popping up every day. Sometimes it's a blog. Sometimes it's Facebook. Twitter. Email. Now that we've moved into a new era of "Location Based Social Networking" do you think it will change the way that you interact with your favorite artists? Do you think there's a way to connect even more closely with them?
We've been playing with some different "location" ideas, and have a couple things in the cooker, but we'd love to hear your thoughts. What's your favorite way to interact with your favorite artist/speaker/author?...