Why you need a website? Few Important InformationLeth Brix
1st impressions count and they're often impossible to erase.
They allow you to showcase you or your bands true character.
There is just so much of your personality you can infuse into your profile pages. Your website nonetheless, is yours. Design it the way you like, create any sort of content you want, and infuse as much of your own character as you can.
It is how people determine your validity.
A fantastic website will alter somebody's perception of who you are and everything you're doing. It's one of the best marketing moves you'll ever make. But recall: a site that looks like it had been created from the 90′s will immediate diminish your credibility and make you seem like an amateur.
It's how people decide your potential.
People (powerful ones) will take a look at your website and make conclusions concerning the level of your art, your own seriousness, and your potential. They will use your website and the info supplied, to choose whether they should pass on particular chances to you.
It's all your information in one spot.
Youtube does videos really nicely. Twitter will 140 character statement incredibly well. Facebook is a specialist at enthusiast engagement. But a website allows you to bring those 3 elements together and more!
They deliver better gigs.
Believe or not, having a fantastic website is the distinction between playing with a bar gig in a music festival or even enjoying the outdoor stage. It is about the opinion of people who have the ability to make things move for you (see #4).
Because some folks are not on Facebook.
Heck, some folks aren't even online! But we can't do anything about that:)
It is the difference between a profession and a hobby.
A website is evidence that you are walking your talk. If you tell people you compose, play, and have big dreams for your tunes, the simple fact that you don't have a website instantly cancels these claims.
You can do everything you want.
All the aforementioned social networking sites have rules of engagement, formats to follow and constraints that occasionally make it hard to engage in the way you'd like. So we propose a website. You can do what you want, how you want.
It proves you are serious.
Everyone has a website. While we will not ever advocate that you ought to do something just because everybody else is doing it, we'll say you will look just like you do not care enough without a site.