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Cheap band websites: what are they?

13 Dec 2012 05:45 #1 by marina
marina created the topic: Cheap band websites: what are they?
Who can advise some site where newly created band can promote its music? As we have founded our band, but we still do not know how to make it popular. One of my friends surfed the internet and came across very useful website artistecard . With the help of this site we created our EPK (Electronic Press Kit), FB and iPhone Apps without the help of expensive Web Masters and Designers. By the way, EPK costs only from $5. Maybe someone knows some other websites, something like reverbnation, something cheap and affordable.

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18 Feb 2013 09:47 #2 by Feyde
Feyde replied the topic: Cheap band websites: what are they?
I'm of the opinion that you'll gain more fans by playing live than you will by internet promotion... at least in the early stages of the band's career. There are a ton of websites out there that promise you the world, but don't deliver much. For instance, Jango allows you to put your music in rotation with other similar artists and it does pretty good about getting some sort of response from people... but in my experience, and the experience of many other users, very few of those responses turn into actual fans. ReverbNation is a good tool. Facebook of course. If you're ready to publish your music, check with websites like Tunecore or CDBaby.

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