Many author websites were set up as blogs first with a column of blog posts on the left, and a sidebar on the right for things like sign up forms.
It’s time for an essential, sometimes uncomfortable moment that you maybe never thought about. It’s about your website. Do you have protection?
We want to sell more books, either existing books or books we are now developing. Maybe improving your author website will help.
It’s an “oh-oh” time. And it deals with your website. How about creating this Website Due Diligence Plan for the New Year?
What should the basic elements of your author website be if your website is dedicated to your books? There are zillions of posts on the Internet that will tell you what your website should look like but does all that advice meant for businesses and twenty-something entrepreneurs apply to you?
Attention Authors: Your Site Needs Help! by Deb Dorchak details the failings of many author websites, and how to fix them including advice on page width, fonts, colors and more.