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Ideally each page of your website must serve a aspect purpose. The main aim of the sales page for your cd is to sell the cd. If have a page with Google Adsense, the main aim is to generate money by to get colonize to click on the advertisement. If its not an chief part of the process, don't load up the page with unnecessary equipment like animations or sounds. This will only distract visitors from achieving the task laid out for them, ie. export your product.

Below are some ideas to add in in your website and the main purpose of each.

1) Main Page

The main pages is a broad hallway page to conduit visitors to different areas of your site. Conceive a clear and easy navigation process connected to the other pages of your site. *If you use Javascript for navigation, place text link at the bottom. This ensures that explore engines will be able to spider your site properly. You could also use this page to aspect your cd, music samples and other offers.

2) Order Page(s)

Create a sales dispatch for each item that your are selling. Tomorrow we'll go over some copywriting tips to build a successful order page.

3) Press Releases

This divide is where visitors can read 3rd party articles published about you, ever-increasing your credibility and exposure.

4) Acquaintance Information

This is so citizens can get a hold of you to book shows, ask questions about products, collaborations, interviews or other opportunities (you never know). Comprise as much contact information as possible, like your phone, cell, mailing address, email etc.

5) Privacy Policy

Complies with privacy laws if your are collecting any of information about your customers/visitors. This also helps to build trust and associates will give their in sequence more freely. Here's a link to a privacy course of action generator. http://www. the-dma. org/privacy/creating. shtml

6) Electronic Press Kit

This is where you refer the media to by a long way download an information box about you.

Here's some ideas on what you can include:

*Demo Songs
*Sideshow Of Photos
*Video or Film CD (Windows Media or Quicktime format)

Create a biography with films in . pdf arrange and make it available for download. You can use the Essayist course limited in the free Open Administrative center Suite http://www. openoffice. org to do this. Open then code type (or paste) in your biography and insert pictures. When your done go to File > Export As PDF.

7) Lyrics

Allows fans to get more common with your music. Also adds content to your site which will get pulled out up by the search engines if it has an incoming link form your main page or somewhere else.

8) Biography

On your bio page sections fans read about you and see your pictures. A sideshow of your photos every now and then adds a nice touch.

9) Concert Listings/News

Keep your fans and site visitors modernized with the most modern news about your concerts/shows, interviews, appearances ond other topics of interest.

10) Forum

A conversation forum is a great place for you to intermingle with your fans and boulevard teams. An admirable free handwriting to set up a forum is phpBB http://www. phpbb. com.

11) Blog

Blogging is a good way to syndicate your artist/band news and generate travel for your site. Hunt engines love this kind of stuff. Later on in the avenue I'll go a bit more in dept on setting up a blog. A nice fully featured blogging draft is Word Press http://www. wordpress. org

Make sure your each page of your site is cross browser functional, meaning it can be viewed appropriately by assorted web browser programs. Two of most accepted ones are Internet Voyager and Firefox http://www. mozilla. org/products/firefox. At times a site will show up effortlessly in IE but will be all out of whack when viewed in Firefox, or vise versa. Have both browsers installed and check out every page.

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Dan Meiyers
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