WARNING!

Is Your Music Web Site Doing More Harm Than Good?


Everyone needs a web site. And these days, most songwriters, musicians, bands, and indie record labels have one.

But the sad news is ...

Most music web sites are poorly designed, confuse music fans, and chase people away in droves (kinda like the cheesy album cover above).

What's the solution? You need to ...

Build & Design a Music Web Site That Attracts Fans, Sells Your Music, and Builds Your Music Career

The good news is, it won't cost you a lot of money to create a killer music web site. In fact, most of the elements that make up an effective music site can be created for free or very little cost.

This isn't about big budgets and complicated technology. It's all about doing a few simple things to present yourself clearly, build a fan base, book more gigs, and sell a lot more of your music online.

It's just that most music promoters miss the mark when they design their music sites. And they end up doing more harm than good on the Internet.

A few months ago, I asked subscribers to my long-running Buzz Factor ezine to submit their music web sites for review. Several hundred people responded. I then hand-picked 19 artist and record label web sites to review and critique.

Why?

Well, I wanted to create a resource that would help music people transform their web sites into lean, mean marketing machines.

But ... there's an old adage in journalism that goes, "Show, don't tell," which is a great piece of advice.

You see, I could have written a guide on the do's and don'ts of effective music web site design. But you wouldn't learn nearly as much about them as when I show you these principles in action.

So that's what I created ...

A special report that examines the real web sites of real musicians and active indie record labels. And, the best thing about it is, I point out what's working, what's not working, and how their sites can be improved.

Bonus Audio Tour of My Killer Music Web Site Advice and Critiques

In addition, I also recorded a 40-minute audio on which I verbally dissect each of the 19 web sites and greatly expand on the notes in the PDF special report. Listen to this recording as you visit each web site and learn what to do better ... and what to avoid at all costs!

I think this special report and companion audio recording are easily worth $50, $75, even $100 in value. But as an introductory offer -- and to help get this vital info into the hands of more musicians and music promoters who need it ...

This month you can download the whole package for only $14.95!


Order Risk-Free!

Killer Music Web Sites comes with a 60-Day Money-Back Guarantee. Take up to two months to apply these powerful music web design tactics and decide for yourself if they're helping you attract more fans, book more shows, and sell more music online.

If you're not happy, for any reason, just let me know within 60 days and I'll give you a fast and friendly refund.

-Bob


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Killer Music Web Site Critiques
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