Author Website Advice

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Hi all,

I recently started work on my author website for my print on demand books. The website is "my user name" .com

Here is my dilemma, I would like the site to be a "catch all" website where I highlight all of my work, ie- my various websites, my ebooks, my print on demand books.

Some of my various websites are service websites and not related to IM. My print on demand books are totally unrelated to IM. However, I have several sites and a few ebooks that are IM related.

Would you add all of your works/links/etc to an author website or is that overkill? Any advice?

#advice #author #website
  • Profile picture of the author AdZaz
    To me it would depend on how competitive your markets are. If you have a competitor that is researching your work in a specific niche, and using that to improve their products then putting them all in one place would certainly give them a handy research tool at no benefit to you...
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  • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
    How about just dividing what you do into categories and subcategories? That way the main page can be lean and site visitors can click on the category that interests them.

    Project HERE.

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