November 2008
International Musician;Nov2008, Vol. 106 Issue 11, p12
The article provides information on how band should create their web site to boost their social networks and quick access for fans. It cites that registering a new domain that is related to the band's name is the first thing to do to ensure that it will be easily remembered by fans. Complete information about upcoming show and tour dates should be posted. It also notes that the web site should include detailed information about the band to attract potential hirers and talent buyers.


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