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You've released your first EP, booked some dates, and you're ready to generate some buzz for your band. With all of that accomplished, it sounds like you're on the right track! But there's another thing to mark off your checklist: is your website press-ready?

A Guide to Splash Pages for Musicians

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This article originally appeared on The Daily Rind.


I have a confession: I’m e-lazy.

When I find out about a new band or an upcoming record from an old favorite, I don’t want to bounce from site to site looking for content and information. I want one place where I can listen to a track, pre-order in my format of choice and see tour dates. Signing up for an email list and knowing where else I can follow the artist is pretty handy, too.

Whether you’re creating a standalone splash page or updating a homepage for a new release, it’s important to have everything a fan needs to know in one easy location. Here’s a checklist to reference before you kick off any marketing campaign: