There are many ways to get your music out there today, but there’s only one way to do it where you have complete control—and that’s on your website.
Today’s guest is Ross from Electric Kiwi. A designer and developer that specializes in creating custom websites for singers, songwriters, and musicians. Ross agreed to come on the show and give the inside scoop on how to craft the perfect music website.
If you want an easier way to get your music out there, then today’s episode is for you!
In today’s episode, you’ll learn:
- The real purpose of having a website…
- …And why it probably isn’t what you think
- Visual elements to include in the design
- Breakthrough your inner creative battles
- How to eliminate 1000 (or more) decisions about your website
- Tools to use when if you want to create your own website by yourself
- How to get your website finished quickly and love the final result
Also, if you have any questions about creating (or upgrading) your music’s website, both Ross and I are on Twitter, so, feel free to tweet a question to us @electrickiwi or @musicianmonster.
Connect with Ross:
- http://electrickiwi.co.uk (official website)
- http://bridge-the-atlantic.com (Ross’s podcast)
- http://twitter.com/electrickiwi (official Twitter account)
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A very special thank-you to Ross for joining me this week.
Until next time…
Rock on and prosper!
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