As a lover of both classic and modern rock, there’s nothing I like more than going to watch a band in my local area on a Friday evening.
I have my favorites and while I subscribe to their Facebook pages to stay up to date, you’d be surprised as to how few actually have their own website.
I actually find it a little frustrating…
I want to be able to browse their site, learn about their history, influences, about the musicians themselves and maybe even purchase their albums.
These are just a few advantages of having your own website. It’s a place to build your brand and somewhere to call (digital) home.
With that in mind, I rolled up my sleeves and spent hours testing various website builders and came up with what I believe to be the best platforms to help you achieve it as quickly, and as easily as possible.
If you’ve arrived at this review, you’re probably already aware that Bandzoogle is dedicated purely to helping bands and musicians create a presence online.
In my experience, these “niche” specific website builders are quite often thin, flimsy products and the company behind them doesn’t really understand the needs of the audience they’re targeting.
I’m pleased to say, Bandzoogle is the polar opposite of such platforms.
My Test Site Created With Bandzoogle
Started by musician Chris Vinson way back in 2003 when do-it-yourself builders were still in their infancy, Bandzoogle has now grown into a one-stop shop that helps you create a digital stage for your music and connect with your fans.
I have to admit, I’m not a musician myself but I’m very impressed with what Bandzoogle has to offer and I’ll be walking you through those things today.