Digital marketing startup Onesheet has been helping bands create hubs for all their content and social updates for more than a year now. The company is adding new features to evolve its service into something wider: a business network for musicians. “LinkedIn falls short and many of the other options are embarrassingly ugly,” explains the company in a blog post. That includes links to online press, endorsements, projects for a discography and representation details. As part of this pivot, though, the existing Onesheet service is changing too: its free tier is being scrapped, with the renamed Onesheet Splash Pages costing $60 a year, although existing users can pay just $10 for the next year as a sweetener.

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