ergophobe - 9:09 pm on Jul 11, 2013 (gmt 0)
That's what I was driving at above. You have a basic paradox
1. You're trying to get your main site to rank
2. You have a class of visitors you don't want to see that site.
Those goals are fundamentally at odds. At best, you can offer a site that is agent friendly and have the entire site as "noindex", but as Lucy24 says, there's nothing to keep those people there.
Indeed, I would say that anyone who is doing their due diligence is going to search on your name. When they do so, the non-agent-friendly site will come up in the search results. So I would guess that the vast majority of people who see the agent-friendly site will also see the other one.
This is why we overwhelmingly try to get entertainers to consolidate on one site.
Like Lucy24 said, we're not in the music biz, so this could be bad advice. However, it seems to me that what I see with models is that they have their personal site and their agent has an agency site that has a page for each model. To me, it's up to the agent to create the agent-friendly pages which should be consolidated on the agency site. But again, I know nothing about the music biz.