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How to create your Artist Page and define your own design?


To create your Artist Page, you must do the following three general steps that will be described in detail in this article:


    1- Upload your content (internal, external and embedded; events; deals).

    2- Create your content groups.

    3- Define the design of your Artist Page (tabs and sections).


 


Step 1: Upload your content (internal, external and embedded; events; deals)


To upload content, the first thing to do is to go to the "Artist tools" section:


 



There, you will see the following tools. In case you have done the identity verification, you will have more advanced tools available. 






To start uploading content, go to the "Organize your content" section and then click on "Add your content":





When you do so, you will be able to start uploading content by clicking on the "Add content" button:





You must then indicate whether you wish to upload "External content" (content you own on YouTube, Spotify and/or SoundCluod), "Internal content" (content you own on your computer or computer and wish to upload to your Artist Page) or "Embedded content" (content you own on other networks and wish to incorporate into your Artist Page):

 

 



Internal content


To create internal content, you must select this option in the "Type" field:



Then, you will need to select a cover image that represents that content and upload the content you want to share with your followers. The content can be an image, an audio or a video:

 


Then, in this same screen, you must give a title and description to this content, as well as complete the rest of the fields. Then, click on "Save".


 



After that, you will be able to see that this content already exists on the platform.



Of course, if you click "Add content" again, you will be able to upload more internal, external and/or embedded content.



External content


To place external content on your Artist Page, you must start the process in the same section. In this case, you must choose "External Content".


You must also upload an image that represents the external content that you will publish on your Artist Page, give it a title and put the external link in the corresponding field.


In the following image, you can see that we have uploaded a link to a SPOZZ video tutorial.


Of course, if an artist wants to share the links of a song he/she has already released on Youtube, Spotify and Soundcloud, he/she will have to fill in the respective fields. Note that in this case we will only fill in the "YouTube URL" field:





After saving, we will see that we now have that external content created (in addition to the internal content we had previously created):





Embedded Content (embedded content).


Similarly, you can also create "Embbedded Content". To do so, select this option and complete the fields with the corresponding information.


The process is very similar. You must indicate a title, upload an image that represents such content and indicate from which platform the content will be embedded (for this tutorial, we chose YouTube):





Subsequently, you must put a code, which you will take it from the YouTube, Soundcloud or Spotify page itself, as the case may be.


Next, we will show you how to get this code from YouTube. Indeed, in the video we want to link, you must click on the "Share" button on that page:


 


 

When you do so, the following window opens, in which you must select the "Embed" option:





By doing so, you will be able to access the code that you must copy and then paste into the SPOZZ platform:






Paste said link in the "Iframe" field:





Finally, click "Save". You will see that this new content has been added.




You can repeat this process as many times as you wish. In the following image, you can see that we have generated more content:



 


If you are an artist who has many songs on SoundCloud, YouTube and/or Spotify, we invite you to showcase your content on your Artist Page!




Events


 To add events to your Artist Page, the process is similar, only in this case, you must go to the "Events" tab.

 




Deals

 

In the Deals section, for example, you could put a link to a ticket sale for an event you will be holding in the near future.


To create a "Deal", you must select this tab and click on "Add deal":

 

 


Next, you must put an image representing that event, the date and time of the event, and the link to the event's website:





In the following image, you can see that you can repeat this process and create several Deals, which you can edit or delete in "Action":


 




Step 2: Create your content groups.


In the "Artist tools" section, "Organize your content", you must choose the option "Define your groups":




Then, choose the "Add group" button:




Define a name for this content group and what kind of content will be in it. And click to proceed.


You will then be able to define which internal content will be able to be part of this group. After that, click to go forward.



 


After that, you will see that this group has been created (you can edit or delete it under "Actions"). By clicking on "Add group", you can continue to add more content groups:




You can repeat this group repeatedly, to create groups with external content, embedded content, deals, events either separately or by combining any or several of the existing items in each of them.


Of course, you must do it according to a criterion that you consider appropriate.


Example 1: A group with a single item:


 


Example 2: A group composed of several categories (tabs) and several items within each category:

 

 


For this tutorial, we have created the following groups:


 



Step 3: Define the layout of your Artist Page (tabs and sections).


To create the layout of your Artist Page, go to "Artist tools" and then select the "Define your layouts" section.





Click on the "Add layout" button:




Then, define a name for this layout (since you can create several layouts) and define whether you want your page to be divided into Tabs or Sections. In the first instance, we will create a design with the "Tabs" mode:




Subsequently, you must choose a description of yourself as an artist and you must put a banner image that represents you after clicking on the camera icon where it says "Add cover".

 


Then, you must load the tabs you want to your Artist Page according to the groups you have created:



For this tutorial, we select the four groups we created:


After saving, this design will be created and you must activate it to be able to see it in your Artist Page. You could also create more designs (you must always choose one of them which will be active):

 

 

If you go to your Artist Page, you will be able to see the result of this design:



According to what we had defined, the content appears in different sections. By clicking, each tab can be selected:

 





Next, we will create a second layout, but set according to Sections, in order to show the difference.


 

You must choose how many columns each section you incorporate will have:

 




In each group, you can choose different ways for the information to appear (carousel, square, multi-square):



For the following example, we selected carousel for Masterclasses, multi-square for My Content and square for Deals:



The platform requires you to define the number of content columns:





After saving, we must activate this new layout to be the one that appears on the Artist Page:




This is how the sections look on the Artist Page:


 



That's all for this tutorial! You have learned how to load internal, external and embedded content to your Artist Page and how to define your own layout, choosing between different styles for the appearance of the sections or tabs.

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