Artists using the Bandzoogle platform to create their own websites can now offer premium subscriptions to their fans.
The new feature launched this week, and enables artists to put content including blog posts, music, videos, photos and merchandise behind their new paywall, with tools to email subscribers included.
Bandzoogle also says it will provide analytics on each artist’s subscribers, including stats like their lifetime payments. “Subscriptions is an extremely flexible feature, and you can assign one page for each tier, or assign multiple pages on your website to different tiers,” promised the company.
As with other features on the Bandzoogle platform, the company will not take a commission on the revenues that artists earn through any subscriptions. The company says that it’s now being used for more than 37k websites.