While Bandzoogle offers artists and bands the ability to build a web presence with anything from simple, templated web sites up to fully-customized sites for a recurring monthly fee, Onesheet is focused on basic one-page sites, with easy connectivity for current social media platforms. Their services are also targeted at different segments of the entertainment industry; Bandzoogle – as the name suggests – is designed for bands, while Onesheet has been marketed towards individual performers.
David Dufresne, Bandzoogle’s CEO, says that they will continue operating Onesheet as a separate entity.
“Onesheet is a great product that tens of thousands of artists and entertainers already use. For artists whose major focus is creating content on their social networks, Onesheet is the fastest, easiest and free way to create a permanent, mobile-friendly web presence. We also believe the Onesheet product is a perfect fit for actors, comedians and the broader entertainment industry.”
The Onesheet site is currently down for some redesign, but anyone interested in their services is invited to sign up now and be ready for the upcoming relaunch.
Onesheet founder Brenden Mulligan is well pleased with the new home for his brainchild.
“The Bandzoogle guys have been leading the charge in helping musicians set up their own website for as long as I’ve been in the music business. There is literally no better home for Onesheet, and I know they’ll massively grow its value, as they’ve proven they can do with their own products over the past few years. I’m thrilled, and our users are in very good hands.”
Full details about Bandzoogle’s services can be found at www.bandzoogle.com.