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“The notion of designing your life is nothing new and I don’t claim to be a Guru on the subject. Nor do I make any claims that I created the movement.
However, I can claim that my life has changed for the better, once I adopted some basic Lifestyle Design concepts.”
I’m not a fan of “just an app” (because it’s just one more thing someone has to decide if they want to download to their phone and you don’t want to risk it). I say go with a mobile site (see me http://haveawonderful.com/musicians-mobile-needs-to-be-a-part-of-your-music-business-strategy-a-10-part-case-study/ :)
Still this is great advice…
“Jed Carlson, co-founder of ReverbNation, says “Mobile is exploding. Having a mobile app in fans’ pockets means that they see the artist’s brand every day, have an easy way to share that artist and their music with friends, and it opens yet another communications channel with push notifications. For artists looking to get signed or book gigs, having a professional mobile app creates instant credibility, and may differentiate that artist from the pack. We’ve even observed many artists signing their emails with a link to their mobile app — using it like a virtual business card.”via http://www.musicthinktank.com/blog/mobile-marketing-for-independent-artists-tools.html