Keeping on with the spirit of the Grammy Awards, this week’s #WebsiteWednesday is all about the music.
Whether you’re a budding artist or a seasoned professional, it’s always important to establish your personal brand. And you can do just that with your very own website on a catchy .xyz domain!
Did you know that Taylor Swift recently made history as the first musician to try to trademark her lyrics? Her notable lyrics “this sick beat,” “Nice to meet you. Where you been?” and “Party like it’s 1989” have certainly become synonymous with the TSwift brand.
But involving trademarks isn’t the only way you can do this. A great way you can start building and growing your brand is through your dynamic online presence – and we don’t mean just posting your music on Facebook or YouTube.
While social media has its clear advantages, creating your own .xyz website lets you have full control over you and your musical vision. Think about it. You can mix-and-match elements like your SoundCloud profile, post your upcoming events, maybe even add a blog to share your creative process with your fans.
Of course, you don’t need to abandon social media altogether. Easily add fun buttons to your website and link your social media sites so everything’s connected!
For inspiration, check out zak.xyz. Simple, edgy, and keeps the focus on his awesome tunes.
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