Type of site
|Created by||Brenden Mulligan|
|Launched||July 7, 2011|
Onesheet was an American website builder and hosting company, founded by Brenden Mulligan in San Francisco. TechCrunch announced the launch on July 7, 2011 as the "about.me for Bands". Like Squarespace, Wordpress, and Wix, Onesheet made it easy to create websites, but focused initially on the music industry. The website builder made it possible for musicians to create a one-page website using content from their external social network profiles and media sites. Within the first month, over 10,000 musicians signed up to use the service.
The company was nominated in the "Best Bootstrapped Startup" category at TechCrunch's 2011 Crunchie awards. The following day, Onesheet opened the platform to not only musicians, but anyone in the entertainment industry.
In 2013, Bandzoogle, a larger competitor, acquired Onesheet to attract a different type of customers. “We knew eventually we were either going to compete, partner or acquire the company since the beginning, because it was the missing piece in our product offering,” said Bandzoogle CEO David Dufresne.
- "Onesheet Is About.me For Bands". Techcrunch. 2011-07-07.
- "Onesheet, The About.me For Bands, Adds 10,000 Artists In Just Over A Month; Launches Public Beta". Techcrunch. 2011-08-16.
- "Announcing The 2011 Crunchies Finalists And Tickets On Sale Now". Techcrunch. 2012-01-05.
- "With Version 2.0, Onesheet Becomes The About.me For The Entertainment Industry". Techcrunch. 2012-01-06.
- "Bandzoogle Acquires Onesheet, "The About.me For Bands," To Become The Go-To Website Builder For Artists". Techcrunch. 2012-01-06.
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