We spent the last several months refining then expanding our premium musician page promotional service for professional jazz musicians.
With premium musician page service ($40 per year), musicians can greatly increase their presence at All About Jazz with an EPK-style page and a web ad. Increased visibility results in increased musician page views and increased outbound traffic to your website, your social pages and to retail stores of your choosing. It also results in increased video views and audio player openings (Bandcamp, Soundcloud and Spotify).
If you're a musician and have a professional page at All About Jazz, you can preview your premium page by: Signing in or signing up; Going to your page; Clicking the green "Upgrade" button; Clicking the green "Preview" button.
Click "more" to view all premium musician page features.
To find your musician page, click the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner of any All About Jazz page, then click the "Musicians" tab. The shortcut to your musician page is musicians.allaboutjazz.com/yourfullname (e.g. musicians.allaboutjazz.com/patmetheny). [ more ]
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