Why you shouldn’t link from Facebook to Twitter (or vice versa)

“But,” you’re already saying, “those are my two main outlets for connecting with fans! It seems like they should go together.” I’m totally with you. But they don’t go. Or more accurately, they don’t always work well with each other.

I’ll explain why, and when I do, I have a feeling you’ll realize you already […]

How to Embed Tweet Testimonials on Your Website

Nostalgia – @ChrisRobley & the Fear of Heights http://t.co/Unuwp7QzgQ – Thems My Kinda Chords!

— Matt Blick (@RealMattBlick) August 24, 2013

The other day, Matt Blick of Beatles Songwriting Academy tweeted about one of my songs and linked to the full album on CDBaby.com. (Thanks, Matt!)

Since then, I’ve come across a handful of companies both […]

How to Use 3rd Party Widgets on Your HostBaby Site

Embedding widgets on your website

In an earlier post, we answered the burning question: “what the heck is a widget?” and in this post, we listed 5 essential widgets for your site. Here, we’re going to show you how to add a couple of those third-party widgets to your website.

As you already know, HostBaby […]

Essential Third-Party Widgets for Your Band’s Website

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Adding widgets to your website is a great way to integrate your other web presences into your main site without worrying about taking up too much precious real estate.

People are used to seeing those little boxes in the sidebar. They’ll recognize the widgets as a way to connect with you on […]

The Top 4 Twitter Articles for Artists

Twitter is a great way to promote your career as an artist, allowing you to frequently share bite-sized content with your followers across the globe.

But Twitter can be tricky, too!

It took me a couple years to really fall in love with Twitter (many of those months spent ignoring it altogether), but now I […]

How NOT to be Annoying on Twitter

In the last week, a company (that will remain unnamed) has done their darnedest to harang me about their services. They’ve called various numbers at my company, emailed half a dozen times to various addresses, and generally confused everyone in our customer service department by insisting how important it is that they talk to me. They do […]