I’m going to be posting on Stephen Tremp’s blog, Breakthrough Blogs, late tonight through Thursday. I’m talking about websites and I hope you’ll stop by to talk about your website, how you set it up (or had it set up) and what works for you.
I’m not an expert on websites, but have created and maintained mine for years. At one point, I even slashed it from many pages to around 10 or 15. I also created a website for a friend, and I created and maintain the website for a company I’m co-partner in.
Each page on my site has purpose, and I’ll be talking a bit about that idea. I think authors need to have a website, either a standalone like I have, or one connected to your blog. I like the standalone idea so that you can have as many pages as you want or need.
Having a website (and a blog and a Facebook, etc.) is a way of getting your name out to the public. It’s also a way of creating your platform.
So zip over to Stephen Tremp’s blog late today, tomorrow or Thursday and share your thoughts about websites and the kind of pages you have on your own website.
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