What if you could gain more fans…
without working for them?
I’m not talking sleeze-ball tactics or “buying” fans. No, I’m talking about legitimately gaining fans, 24/7/365, whether you’re gigging, rehearsing or sleeping.
It’s possible with nothing but your website.
How do I know? Because for almost 3 years, I went from knowing jack about websites to building MusicMunch, an indie music blog where I reach upwards of 5,000 music lovers a month.
Hi, I’m Harrison.
I’m going to guess you and I are a lot alike. Music school, thousands of hours (maybe even tens of thousands!) of practice, multiple bands, maybe multiple degrees, gigging, late nights, setups, teardowns, playing for free…
Despite all of this activity, we never learned how to use the most powerful musical tool ever: the internet.
I have one purpose at MusicMunch: to teach you how to connect your music with your perfect fan, no matter where they live. And it’s possible using the power of the internet.
This is no easy journey. I’m still learning how to drive traffic to MusicMunch, but I’m seeing results. And that means I can help you do the same, if not better.
I’ll start by sharing with you the basic principles of driving fans to your website, such as:
- Strategies to gain fans with minimal effort
- Finding your fans online
- Engaging them with a blog, podcast or YouTube channel
- Writing headlines that grab eyeballs
- Finally, getting your fans to “click here”
All you have to do is enter your name and email below and massive amounts of free content is yours. In fact, 90% of the info I share is free. And if you aren’t feeling the vibe, you can unsubscribe at any time.
To give you an idea of what you’ll receive, I’m including 2 free in-depth-articles that share with you one of the easiest, yet most effective ways to gain fans with your website. Simply signup, and let’s start connecting you with more fans.
I write about how to drive more fans to your website. And trust me, there’s plenty to share.
However, there’s one thing I’ve learned that stands above the rest. It’s that “visitors” is not just a website metric. “Visitors” are people, like you and me. We have emotions, problems, good days and bad days. Most importantly, we’re looking for ways to find meaning in an ever-crowded world.
I want to help you give your perfect fan a place to connect and find meaning. I don’t have all the answers, but I’m happy to share what I’ve learned. You can read my full story by clicking here.