Onesheet, the service that lets helps musicians set up a branded web presence in minutes, is celebrating its one-month birthday with some big milestones.
Today, the company announced that over 10,000 artists/musicians/DJs had signed up for the service in the first month. The company attributes the explosive growth to its simple value proposition which has been heavily embraced by the artist community.
“I’m blown away by how quickly word is spreading throughout the industry,” says Onesheet creator Brenden Mulligan. “I’ve never seen early growth like this before for an artist focused product.”
Musicians of all sizes have set up Onesheets, including artists from all the major labels, such as Paramore (http://onesheet.com/paramore), Owl City (http://onesheet.com/owlcity), and Mat Kearney (http://onesheet.com/matkearney).
Up to this point the site has been in private beta, but as of today, anyone can sign up to create a Onesheet.
The service has been rapidly rolling out enhancements over the past month (details at http://blog.onesheet.com):
- Added support for additional services such as Beatport, CD Baby, Eventful, iTunes, Topspin, and Ustream.
- Additional customization options such as changing the colors of the navigation bar, removing social network icons, etc…
- Buy/Store links now be placed directly under the media player.
- A video from YouTube, Vimeo, or Vevo can be featured
- Onesheets can be assigned a custom domain name
- Most Onesheet branding can be removed from the web page
- All traffic data can be accessed through a user’s Google Analytics account
- Like and Follow buttons can be added underneath the media player
- When a user saves a Onesheet on their mobile device or tablet, a custom icon is created
Many of the above features are part of the “Pro Preview”, which allows current users free access to use some of the features that will eventually be part of the premium service. No credit card is required to be a part of the preview.
“We wanted to get the premium features into the users hands without them having to worry about their credit card getting charged when we officially launch it,” says Mulligan. “At that point, users can opt-in and enter credit card info, or just let their Onesheet revert back to the basic mode.”
The premium tier is expected to roll out over the next few months, as well as continual feature enhancements.