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How To Create or Update Your All About Jazz Musician Page

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Home to over 116,000 musician pages and representing the largest database of its kind on the internet, All About Jazz is uniquely positioned to support jazz professionals worldwide. In an effort to help our musician community maximize the benefits of our growing platform, we've published a how-to guide outlining our various services. The document below explains how to establish a presence at All About Jazz by claiming & updating a musician page or creating one from scratch.

A musician page is essential and acts as an EPK or central source for all promotional material, including editorial coverage. An All About Jazz musician page is also highly relevant in a Google search, helps promote a musician's discography, their live events, and drives outbound traffic to their website and social pages.

Elements associated with a musician page include a biography, links, videos, photos, album discography, tags, influencers, press quotes, audio players (Soundcloud, Bandcamp, and Spotify), management and publicist information, teaching information, location, events, page statistics, followers, contact information, (dynamic) links to All About Jazz articles and news items, and similar musicians.

To learn more, download the guide, follow the simple steps, and benefit from this free service.



If you're a jazz musician, share the guide with your jazz musician friends.

Once you've read the primer, please visit our musician toolkit page. It explains promotional opportunities as well as steps to getting your music reviewed.

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