I looked at your website. I like it.
There are some things I've learned that may be of some value to you. Some are a consequence of over forty years in the professional entertainment industry as talent and part as owner of a booking agency and personal management company.
If you are pro, have a public site (I use a free one!) and a commercial one (private) for just people in the business with a need to know more details. (Lay people would have some difficulty finding mine. The search engines are no help finding the real one! This is for the same reasons as having a stage name since 1969. Its not in the phone book!)
I suggest making the real business ones with passwords that you control so that you can control access for each individual you let enter. You can also close their access later if they change employers, become inactive, talk too much, etc.
Schedules, rates, contract terms, etc. do not need to be accessible to your competition and bargain hunters. Save that information for agents, talent buyers, etc. who really may need to know.
Don't pass out a qualified prospect list to your competitors! Competitors do not have to be other magicians. Pressing an old client of yours for making plans on a date when they know you are already booked creates an opportunity for them! (You've already furnished the prospects identification!) Don't make it easy for parasites to eat at your business. Some live well off host animals! Parasites are sneaky cowards, not courageous business people. Dont set yourself up to bait them.
As long as you can be contacted directly through the public site, you can always guide those who are there to do business to the "real Business" site. Usually you want to talk to them first by phone anyway.
You may also have to deal with leeches that will use Internet searches intended for finding you to lead suckers to their own sites. Some will even use your name without a license (grounds to sue! --- unless you are an elected official) and claim to have done an interview, rant or rave, etc. Parasites are still parasites and pro talent buyers learn to recognize them. The lay public does not.
Clearly list the properly licensed links on your public site so people will know the difference when a leech attaches himself to show up on searches for your site. Leeches apparently cant draw the same searches based upon their own reputations. They will try to steal your following to their sites. The thieves will never try to make contact with you. They will just show up in your searches.
(For an example, do a search for my site and you will spot a leech who did a review of my commercial site he has never ever seen! But the real purpose is to lead you to his unrelated site based upon a search for mine. Hes a parasite! Always check for where the link takes you. Its an easy test. A parasite is not going to direct traffic to you. They are there to steal it to their site instead.)
Great site! Save it for the pros. Put a free site out there for the general public to sort the mail and bait the leeches. The freeloaders will come soon enough.
You are in Finland, I see. They are a hard-working people. I was on the board of directors of an international firm in Norway for years. I wish I could have had my children educated there or in Sweden. But that is another story! Theyve done well.
Good Luck Ray!
Magic By Sander