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4 Things That Every Great Band Website Has in Common

Lily Allen's old website layout was less than friendly to fans. (Image via vanyaland.com)

Your website is your calling card. Similar to your EPK and your social media channels, folks will go to your website to learn more about you and your work. Generally, a lot of journalists or labels look at the following things in the following order: the EPK that's sent over initially, the numbers on your social media channels, then, finally, your website to read more. The website serves as an in-depth EPK of sorts that showcases the entirety of you work in a long-form way. Here are four essential elements of a solid website you definitely need to incorporate.