I first started hosting websties on what would later be called “ModFarm” in Summer 2018, when a few of the author members of ThirdScribe asked if they could keep a website with me. Things were pretty stripped down – and fairly chaotic – then and I didn’t give much thought to constructing another network or […]
Why readers come to your author website and what they are most interested in seeing once they get there.
Blogging gets a bad rap as a form of promotion for authors, but when used properly it can provide some surprisingly powerful long term benefits. First up, though, is to get your page and post editor set up properly in WordPress.
Ever have one of the things happen in your life that completely challenges your belief in something you had taken for truth? I have. For me, it was a cheeseburger, and it changed my entire concept of author websites and book marketing.
We’ve been busy making some big changes since our last update in January. The focus has been to improve functionality, increase our metrics, improve speed, and to completely revamp our Client Portal.
We take a look into the data to see if it’s better for authors to share links to their website or directly to Amazon.