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April 8, 2005, Madison, WI - The future has arrived for independent musicians looking to create an inexpensive yet professional website. Broadjam Inc, a popular music technology firm, has created a web hosting service that provides clients a fully functioning website, complete with all the bells and whistles, for just $19.95/month.

Clients maintain control over the look, style, and content of their site, while Broadjam web developers and graphic designers do all the hard work behind the scenes.

Broadjam operates one of the world's largest web communities for musicians and hosts a massive online database of searchable independent music. The company proudly adds Broadjam Web Hosting to its impressive list of accomplishments, including sophisticated search mechanisms, automated song review systems, a popular Internet song contest process, and the highly acclaimed software METAJAM, used and celebrated by musicians and industry executives.

“The introduction of Broadjam Web Hosting continues our commitment to providing easy-to-use and affordable web services to independent musicians,” said Broadjam CEO Roy Elkins. “This new technology empowers artists to take full advantage of the Internet to promote themselves and expose their music to a broader audience.”

Indie musicians daunted by the cost and time required to create and maintain an attractive, effective website no longer have to deny themselves the benefits their own website can provide.

For more information, please visit www.broadjam.com or contact Broadjam at 608-271-3633.

About Broadjam Inc.

Broadjam Inc. provides web-based technology, software and services for the music industry and independent musicians around the world. The company operates one of the world's largest web communities for musicians and hosts a massive online database of searchable independent music. Broadjam.com also offers artist services such as turnkey website hosting and desktop promotional tools. The Broadjam Pro Services group designs and builds custom technology for music industry clients such as Warner/Chappell, Academy of Country Music, Peavey, Yamaha and others.

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howdy jesse..thanks for the info.... :)

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