BandPage is discontinuing many of its most used features as of March 1st. BandPage has served as a cornerstone of many artist's web and Facebook presence since it launched in 2009. But when Google's YouTube purchased the company in February of this year, major change became inevitable.
As of March 1st, 2017, BandPage is discontinuing many key features that artists have used for years and migrating others to YouTube, as it pivots to serve as a profile and direct to fan tool for the video platform's many creators.
BandPage users will no longer have access to the BandPage editor and these key features will be discontinued:
- Website widgets
- Bandpage.com public-facing profiles
- The BandPage Facebook applications
- BandPage store and event features
- Facebook and Twitter integrations
- Custom website
- Account creation and ability to add new admins
Content currently displayed on BandPage and distributed to partner sites and services through the discontinued features will no longer display on partner platforms. That includes any offers sold directly through the BandPage Store, custom website widget integrations and installed Facebook applications.It's a good time to update your All About Jazz musician profile
All About Jazz actively develops web-based career solutions for jazz musicians and recently launched a premium musician profile service. (learn more here
) New features including event distribution to concert databases and linking to articles beyond All About Jazz will be added to the service in 2017.
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