This is the first time musicians have been able to create a completely custom website, right in their web browser.
(PRWEB) February 12, 2010
Bandzoogle.com, the leading website building platform for musicians, has launched a major upgrade that provides artists unprecedented control over the look and feel of their websites, with no technical skills needed.
Bandzoogle's new "Custom Style Editor" enables any artist to create a robust custom website using their own domain name with point and click ease. Artists can easily add their own images, typefaces, and backgrounds for a completely custom look, or choose from a large library of images. Design features that usually require a web designer can now be added with a just few clicks. "This is the first time musicians have been able to create a completely custom website, right in their web browser. No other musician web site builder offers this design flexibility." said Bandzoogle founder Chris Vinson. "Hundreds of amazing sites have already been built with this new tool." Examples of sites created with the new editor include http://www.8kount.com, http://www.livinwithjack.com, and http://www.anthonyrenzulli.com.
Integrated with Bandzoogle's website building tools is a complete direct to fan marketing and sales platform, including email and mobile blasts, a no-fee music and merchandise store, easy to use blogs, podcasting, and fan clubs. Bandzoogle powered sites automatically send updates to social networks like Facebook, MySpace, Twitter. Tying it all together is a detailed fan statistics system to track the effectiveness of promotional campaigns.
Other new features include:
- Full integration with ArtistData.com - In addition to Bandzoogle's existing integration Facebook, MySpace and Twitter, integration with ArtistData enables members to easily post content to dozens more sites such as Last.FM, PureVolume, and Eventful.
- Mobile fan clubs - Send text message blasts to fans from within the Bandzoogle control panel.
- $9.95 per month Lite Plan - Includes a full range of features and a free .COM address registration.
For more information or to try Bandzoogle free, visit http://www.bandzoogle.com.
Bandzoogle evolved from a website management platform that founder and musician Chris Vinson created while working with major label clients. Since 2003, Bandzoogle has helped tens of thousands of musicians build a professional website in minutes, including a built-in music store, promotional tools, and integration with their existing social networks.