Once you've published a few books, nailed down the look and feel of your site, and developed your platform, you can take a little breather and sit back to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Or can you? There's always something you can do to continue improving your author site.
An adolescent author site rests somewhere between the free site an unpublished author builds and the professional site of a bestseller. Maybe you have a single book published, or maybe you have a few published but are only now defining your online platform. Below you'll find some things to consider
When I started this blog, I was working with the idea that my readers would know little or nothing about web development. This blog is for authors, not web developers. But having a developer husband, I have picked up bits and pieces of understanding over the years. I am by
Last week I wrote a post about the three phases of an author website: infancy, adolescence, and maturity. I'm excited to explore infant sites a little deeper today because my own site, kojiadae.ink is very much in its infancy. Recap: What Is An Infant Author Site? If you missed last
Whether you have an author website up and running or are thinking of getting started with one, it can be helpful to understand the three main phases of an author site. Just like businesses, websites tend to go through a standard progression from infancy to maturity. Understanding how infancy, adolescence,
People judge your website before they even make their way over to it. When you print your website name on a business card or add it to your twitter account, some people will decide on whether to go there based on the name you choose. That's a lot of weight