Building A Website
Having your own website is an excellent way to market your own musical services. Almost everyone who is anyone has their own website these days. The World Wide Web has become one of the most effective and economical means to market yourself to the English-speaking world there is.
Certainly, there are plenty of really cheap sources available to host your own website. The problem is that while you may be able to cheaply put your own site up on the Internet, who is going to see it? Most people who surf the Internet for information use search engines. If your site doesn’t show up on the first few pages of the major search engines, chances are that no one will visit your site other than those who have been personally made aware of it!
There are literally millions of websites out there for every conceivable search criteria imaginable that you will have to compete with. The trick is to build one that the major search engines will list on their first few pages.
For example, on September 4, 2006, this website ranked first on the Google search engine of 7,890,000 English pages for the search words “musicians, professional and resource.” Otherwise, you may never have found this website!
You will absolutely need help to create a website that search engines pay attention to. You will find that help from the Canadian firm that powers this site! You can hire someone to put together your site, but it certainly isn’t necessary. This site was put together by your host who had absolutely no previous experience at site-building!
If you want to build an attention-getting website, you would be well advised to click on the very bottom square on any one of our pages that says, “Powered by Solo Build It.” It is a link to SiteSell.com, the company that made this site possible.
If you follow their directions and analyze each page before it is posted to the Internet, you too will build a website that search engines will rank high. Remember, you’ll get everything you need to build a successful website for less than a dollar a day. Can you afford not to?
To see a fabulous tv-video of the process I used to build this website, simply click the Video Tour link below. Be sure you have your computer's speakers turned on. You're going to be blown away!