Being based in Nashville, Tennessee, Ten Ten Studios has worked on several band and musician websites in the past. A band website typically has some unique features that would not be necessary in other markets and so they can pose some interesting challenges to developers.
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When I meet someone new and they learn that I do web development for a living, a common question that I get immediately afterwards is, "I do a little of that too, what program do you use?" My answer is that over the years, I've used several but about a decade ago I settled on Adobe (formerly Macromedia) Dreamweaver. But unfortunately that really doesn't tell the whole story.
If you have a website with a contact form or an email address posted somewhere on it, odds are it won't be long before you get an email from a company claiming to want to get your site on the first page of Google search results. You'll see terms like Automatic Directory Submission, Google Sitemaps and do-follow blog commenting. While there is some validity to a few of the things that they discuss, most are utter garbage. Here's an email that I received recently:
First of all, thank you for taking the time to visit our website. My name is Sean Cunningham and I am the owner of and lead web developer for Ten Ten Studios. I'm also the one updating this blog so if you see posts written in the first-person, well, that's me.