Google Search Now Highlights Tour Dates, Here's How To Feature Your Concerts - hypebot

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Terranc Schemansky

This is just another reason to learn Wordpress.. considering there is a plugin to get tourdates onto Google, Wordpress allows for an Artist to have a "white labeled" web site without the branding of Reverbnation, or BandPage. However, not all musicians have time to learn Wordpress. This makes sites like Reverbnation a no brainer. Still, why not have both? Any serious Artist can learn Wordpress for free through tons of tutorials available on YouTube, or Google search. Of course, an Artist with a decent budget can hire someone to help with building a Wordpress web site. Another option is to simply find a college intern you can pay through posting an ad on Craigslist for a "Wordpress Developer".

Terrance
3000 Records
"Market to the niches" is something that stands out of all 100 tips. This is what can make a musician stand out.. find a niche and stick with it. Even with only a small number of fans, if an artist has a niche, the fans are very loyal. Trying to be simply another Pop Artist is a bad idea if you want to stand out.

Terrance
3000 Records
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Dave Cool

Bandzoogle has also implemented Google's new Knowledge Graph. So all musicians/bands using our Events feature are getting their upcoming show dates sent to Google automatically:

=> Bandzoogle events now appear in Google Search: http://bit.ly/1kXSguM


Cheers,

Dave
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Dave Cool
(Yes, that's my real name)
Director of Artist Relations
http://Bandzoogle.com

Twitter: @dave_cool @Bandzoogle

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