7 Ways To Improve Your Band’s Bio Page

While Promolta helps facilitate the connection between your music video and your potential fans, it’s important that you, as the musician, have some sort of base where potential fans can know more about you. Have a solid website/blog where, potentially, your PF’s can listen to more of your stuff! Here are a few ideas of how you can improve your bio page specifically.

1. The 5 W’s: Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How

Keep these in mind as you write out a bio for yourself. Imagine you’re describing yourself to a stranger. You might give them some kind of reference to relate to, such as a familiar genre, band, or style of music that they can identify with. But you wouldn’t go into every itty-bitty detail of your history. Same thing here. Keep it short, sweet, and relevant.

2. Mention Your Name

Consider writing your bio page in the third person. It might seem a bit impersonal not to use “I” when talking about yourself, but using your name will give your bio text a professional edge.

It will also help your website rank for keyword searches in Google done on your name (or your band name), and allows journalists, bloggers, show promoters, etc. to indulge in a bit of copying and pasting when they want to talk about you.

3. List Your Accomplishments

This is the time to brag about yourself! Write out all of the interesting things you have done. Use a great quote from the press, list places you have played, or bands you’ve played with. This could be in paragraph form or even as a list. Once you’ve written everything out, trim it down to the most relevant and most attention-grabbing information.

4. Tell Your Story

What sets you apart from everyone else? What makes you different and special? In other words, what’s your story? Give your fans a reason to go to your next show, buy your album, or join your mailing list.

5. Include a Photo

Include a photo of yourself or your band on your bio page. Putting a face to your words will give your page a personal touch as well as making it more visually appealing.

6. Keep it Current

Revisit your bio page every few months and update it accordingly with your latest and greatest musical activities.

7. And… Action!

Now that they know all about you, make it easy for your visitors to contact you and buy your music by including some kind of action. You can include a contact form, a link to your store, or even just your email address.

Source: http://blog.sonicbids.com/7-ways-to-improve-your-bands-bio-page
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