Section 101 Blog

Re-Do or not to Re-Do, That is the Question!

While an artist doesn’t have to re-do their entire website each time they launch a new project, it is nice to change things up every now again to let your audience know that you have something amazing to promote!

A Section 101 website allows you to edit the look to fit your current campaign since the technology to do so is built in to our platform; it’s one of the most talked about features of the many we offer.  Emerging artists and brands don’t have to spend a lot of money to have a website that looks good. We always suggest that if you’re really interested in having a presence online that you look around and see what you like – either Section 101 client or any one that jumps out at you. Section 101 provides social media and e-commerce plugins, blog capabilities, music and video players and more. And what’s really cool is that you can design your website to support a specific tour or release, and then change it in a few months when you’re working on something else.

Your imagery is just as important to your presentation as your music, merchandising, music video, stage design, etc. A complete package is the best package.

Want us to review your website or provide you with a FREE design consult? Email [email protected] to schedule an online session with a Section 101 Specialist

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Blog Index

Brand Extensions for Artists

    posted 11/30/2018

Musicians are the original start-ups

    posted 7/30/2018

Taking Stock in the New Year

    posted 1/25/2018

Humor and Advocacy

    posted 7/13/2017

The Southwest Invasion Hits Austin

    posted 4/5/2017


    posted 2/24/2017

My Own Shark Tank

    posted 10/6/2016

Music & Millennials

    posted 8/11/2016

Working with Fiverr

    posted 5/26/2016

Fair Play, Fair Pay

    posted 2/4/2016

In the end, teamwork wins!

    posted 11/12/2015

Southwest Invasion 2015!

    posted 4/2/2015

Refresh 2015 with Section 101

    posted 1/29/2015

2014 – What a Year!

    posted 12/15/2014

Section 101 Mid Year Report Card

    posted 7/14/2014

ASCAP Expo Blog -

    posted 5/19/2014

Don't Be Invisible

    posted 2/3/2014

Following the Time(line)

    posted 12/2/2013

Collaborate and Listen

    posted 10/23/2013