Tuesday, May 19, 2009

More Jazz Widgets for Your Website or Blog!

All About Jazz widgets can help you build your website's traffic and keep your readers coming back for more.

Our three latest widgets: jazz interviews, the Jazz Session weekly podcast and Contest Giveaway are completely customizable and a piece of cake to add.

Place any or all of these free content widgets on your website or blog:

CD Reviews
Contest Giveaways
MP3 Download of the Day
Musician of the Day
Upcoming Releases

What are AAJ Widgets?
AAJ Widgets are dynamically updated content boxes that are pushed from AllAboutJazz.com to a user's website or blog. If you know how to copy & paste, you can use our daily jazz content on your site in a matter of minutes. Check out how they appear at the Jazz Excursion website, the Montreal Jazz Festival website or the AAJ News Blog. See them all in action on a single page.

How do I place AAJ Widgets on my website?
For the MP3 Download of the Day box, click here.

Adding an article, birthday, cd review and release schedule content box to your website is simple, but it does require some knowledge of HTML. To get started, click one of the live content links above, then follow the instructions.

Once the code is copied to your web page, upload the page, and you're done. AAJ will then automatically update your content once every 15 minutes, once an hour, or once a day. this sample page.

What are the benefits of using AAJ Widgets?
If you want to build "stickyness", then you need to frequently update your website. AAJ can help by providing new content in the form of daily downloads, daily news, articles, cd reviews and upcoming releases. AAJ Widgets gives your readers a reason to come back.

Who should use AAJ Widgets?
If you're looking to retain visitors, the answer is you. Musicians, bloggers, radio stations, venues, festivals, general purpose sites, fan sites, record stores, publicists... everyone can benefit.


  1. Those are really cool tools man, thanks! I'll add it to our sites- Toe Tapping Ticklers and Asheville Jazz.

  2. You're welcome! I'm working on three more: Quotes, This Day in Jazz History and Photo.

    Mike R.