We’ve covered how to create a successful website for your band. And even talked about the do’s and don’ts of a successful musician and band website. So by now you know that one of the most important aspects to your band’s website is of course, your music. Your music is likely on multiple platforms from SoundCloud to BandCamp to Spotify. You can upload music to your site however you prefer, but in this post we’ll focus on how to embed a Spotify playlist to your website.
To get started, go to the navigation bar on your homepage to create a new page. Title your page “Music” and click “Save.” Now, click on “Music” on your navigation bar to be directed to your new page.
If you only have one or two albums you can fill up the rest of your page with images of your band.
After you decide where to put your music, add a new Widget/HTML element to your site. Keep your site accessible while you head on over to Spotify.
If you’re waiting for a confirmation that you copied the code, you’ll be waiting forever. But the code was copied, and now you just need to go back to your website. (Be sure not to copy anything in between or you’ll lose this code!)
Return to your site and paste the code into the Widget/HTML element. Then click "Save." That’s it! Repeat with as many other albums as you’d like.
You can also copy the embed code for individual songs by clicking on the three dots icon “...”, which you can see by scrolling over songs on your Spotify playlist. This can be helpful if you want to promote one of your songs on your homepage.
For even more information on adding music from Spotify on to your website check out Spotify’s support page.
That was easy, wasn’t it? Let us know if you have any questions in the comments.
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Melissa joined Jimdo in August 2014 to support social media, public relations, and the blog. She has experience in marketing ranging from event management to content marketing. When Melissa isn’t drafting a blog post, you can find her watching stand-up comedy, attending a concert, or rooting for the Oregon Ducks.