Think of your website as your online home. This is where people come to visit with you, to talk with you, to learn more about you, and to develop a relationship with you.
Your website should reflect who you are and what you are offering to the world.
Now, take a moment to go visit my website: www.StephanieAllenCrist.com
Are you back?
This is NOT how to go about creating an author’s website.
I’m telling you this, because:
- I’m working on a new website that will better reflect how I want to engage the world.
- If your website looks like mine, then you should, too.
A website should not be static, it should not be boring, it should not be easy to glance over and forget. A website should work for you, which means it should be individualized and it also means that it should, well, work.
My website has been stagnant for a while, in part because I don’t need it to work for me, at least not yet, and in part because I lack the skill to make it work for me easily.
These are obviously excuses. So, what’s your excuses? What would you like to have? What are you willing to build?
P.S. If there’s anything you’d like to see on my site, please let me know! Thanks!!!