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Artists Website Software – Feb 2009 Update

By Paul Watson on .

I thought it was about time to give you all an update on the free open-source Artists Website Software I’m currently working on. I’ve got a very basic skeleton completed so far, but the alpha version is still some way off.  I could have written it much quicker if I’d taken a more traditional…

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Artists Website Software – December Update

By Paul Watson on .

In my last post I talked about the Artists Website Software I was planning. It’s been a busy few months (both with my day-job and with moving house) but I have made some progress, and I hope to have an alpha version available in the new year.  At that point I’ll probably upload everything…

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A basic strategy for music in 5 steps

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I was chatting to a good friend of mine yesterday about business strategies for her music.  She’s not planning on chart-topping super-stardom, she just wants to have a plan for getting her music out there and hopefully making some money on it. So, I thought I’d put together my ideas for…

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Strategies: creating a website for your art, music or writing (part 1)

By Paul Watson on .

1. Start with a website OK, here’s the easy-to-follow three-point guide: If you are a competent web developer then create your own site. If you have a friend who is a competent web developer then ask them to set you up free blog software (e.g. WordPress) on a web-host with your own domain…

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