Rock Your World with These 40 Music WordPress Themes for Musicians, Bands, Artists, Writers, and Creative Pros

On December 24th, 2016, wrote:

Aspiring musician? Budding young artist? Aspiring novelist? These days, it’s not enough that you have your own album, creative portfolio, or published book. You have to have a website, too. It may not seem fair to be a one-man (or one-woman) team and to have to develop your own website and market your product to your audience, but that’s just the way it is.music If you’re determined to succeed, you might as well go with the flow and start building your online presence. One of the best ways to do so is by using WordPress, our favorite content management system here at Lakeshore Branding. Not only is the entire platform easy to use; it’s also fully customizable, and it evolves in accordance with today’s Web standards. Now, we understand perfectly your desire to have a website that serves as an expression of yourself (and your work), and that’s why we came up with this list of the best WordPress themes – Read the full article

Top 5 Brand Building Tips for Musicians

On April 11th, 2013, wrote:

As a musician, you might not feel like you have a brand, at least not in the same way that a mega-corporation has a brand. But aside from obvious considerations like logos and mission statements, you certainly do have some kind of image to uphold, and if you want any hope of being successful you’re going to have to market yourself. Of course, this is done mainly through your music, but however you present yourself to the public, including the type of music you play, the way you dress, and how you act, you’re working to build a brand, whether you realize it or not. And being aware of what you’re doing and the impact it has is an important part of turning your pipe dream into an actual career. So here are just a few tips that will help you to build a brand that appeals to people as both music lovers and consumers. Consider your image. A closet – Read the full article