Sep 17, 2020
When so many listeners discover music on streaming services and social media, why should artists manage their own web presence? Guests from artist platform Bandzoogle build a strong case for connecting directly with fans, owning your own domain and data, and controlling your career. Stacey Bedford, Bandzoogle CEO (a 2019 Billboard Digital Power Player) and
Dave Cool, Vice President of Business Development, tell how Bandzoogle has been helping artists build websites since the early ‘00s and adapt to the changing music industry. Find out how Bandzoogle artists are building their own revenue streams with direct-to-fan marketing, mailing lists, fan club subscription tiers, e-commerce, ticketing, crowdfunding, and tips. Stacy and Dave share their insights on pandemic trends. Do tickets or virtual tip jars make more money for livestreams? Which new startups are they excited about? How does Bandzoogle select partner companies, and how did their dream partnership come about? What makes Bandzoogle different from so many artist services businesses?
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