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How do you bring attention to your studio website?
Old 5th September 2011
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How do you bring attention to your studio website?

Where/how do you advertise to direct people to your website? I can't imagine just being ranked high in a search engine would be enough.
Old 5th September 2011
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Sounds like you are asking how to advertise your advertisement?

For us the website place for clients that we already have to find and download setup sheets, room layouts, equipment list, contact info, parking and driving directions, map.

Having some pretty pictures and credits just reinforce the fact that we are a serious studio, and that we are open for business.

In other words, the "selling" is already done, and the website is really just a business resource.

Being ranked high up comes from a unique, smart name, and amount of activity.

A website address is a poor-man's trademark, so if someone else already has your studio's name as their URL, I would strongly consider changing it.

Just some info for you. I'm sorry I can't help you, but I know that there are tons of businesses that do that sort of thing (increasing web address visibility).

Greg
Old 6th September 2011
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Originally Posted by splendiferous View Post
Where/how do you advertise to direct people to your website? I can't imagine just being ranked high in a search engine would be enough.
you have a blog
and a newsletter
put ads in the local music rag

sell merch with your www on it
gig gig gig and build a following

get famous and go on leno

there is no way you can afford to advertise a web site unless you are selling a million bux of infomercial crap
Old 6th September 2011
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