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ReverbNation And Bandzoogle Partner For D.I.Y. Artist Web Site Builder July 4, 2009

Posted by David W. King in Uncategorized.
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D.I.Y. music marketing platform ReverbNation is partnering with website software provider Bandzoogle to launch Site Builder.

This new offering enables easy yet robust self-created web sites that automatically integrate content loaded onto ReverbNation.

Songs, videos, shows, ticket inks and more entered on ReverbNation.com are instantly updated on the artist’s site, with the Fan Reach email service, on widgets and across ReverbNation’s other viral and social marketing tools. Artists will able to use their own URL when Site Builder, which is currently in private beta, goes public sometime in July at a cost of about $20 per month.

“It’s critical for Artists to have their own ‘home’ where they can develop fan relationships, grow their brand, and conduct business directly with their fans,” says ReverbNation Co-Founder Lou Plaia. “Site Builder is another step in creating a true, turnkey solution for the DIY artist. Soon we will be adding a comprehensive direct-to-fan store that will allow Artists to sell merchandise, music, ringtones, and tickets to their fans through all of their fan touch points online.”

“We’re ecstatic to be partnered with ReverbNation in this endeavor,” remarked Chris Vinson, CEO of Bandzoogle. “Together, we have built an integrated solution for DIY Artists using ReverbNation’s leading marketing and promotion solutions to deliver a world-class website for their fans.”

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