Skip to main content

Easy websites to start an artist blog - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

Picture of man with text

Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS

I'm going to be doing a series of podcast episodes that are some behind-the-scenes information about how I started my site and different things that I tried to get it started.

I'm doing this because I am going to Prague in November to speak at a conference and I wasn't able to schedule interviews.

In this episode, I wanted to talk about starting a website and the different services that are out there, including the one that I use for this site.

📬 Join my email list: 

Sign up to get a "call out for artists" when I'm booking interviews for the podcast! 

Go here to sign up

Listen To The Podcast


How I use one Gmail address for multiple Soundcloud accounts

Do you know the Gmail "+" trick to use one email for multiple accounts on one service? Here's a little trick I use that works for any service.  I talked about this on the podcast episode I did with artist Mortimur K . In this case, let's say I used up all the uploads I have for my free Soundcloud account . With this trick, I can open a new free account and use the same Gmail address. I don't want to create another Gmail account to sign up again.  Using my one Gmail address for multiple accounts on the same service I don't remember when I learned this but you can alter the name on a Gmail address. Like, let's say mine is "". To be clear that is not my email. I wish it was, but this is just a short example. Start with the original Gmail address Add a "+" after the email name Where it says "tom" on the address I can put a "+" after that. Add a "+" after the email name After that "+" I ca

Day 5 Prague: Power outage.

Big ups to the Nomads of Prague for having the gear to help! Here is a pic of us actually trying to figure out the problem on the boat.

Day 5 Prague: Boat.

We were supposed to go on in a few hours and the sound company wasn't there yet. 

Day 4 Prague: Walking.

Walking home among castles, towers and bridges made it an ok experience. Still pretty tired though.