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5 Ways To Make Your Author Website More Searchable And Visible Online | Web Design Relief

Every writer should have an author website; it acts as your online “business card” and information hub. If a literary agent, editor, or reader wants to know more about you and your writing, they’re going to look for you on the Internet—so it’s important that an online search engine like Google quickly brings your author… Continue Reading

7 Ways To Support Literary Journals Via Your Author Website (And Make Friends Too!) | Web Design Relief

Literary journals are an important, fundamental part of the publishing community. At Web Design Relief, we know that a good literary magazine will not only provide entertainment and inspiration for readers and writers, but will also offer writers the opportunity to build up their publication credits. And with tight budgets and hardworking, often volunteer staff… Continue Reading

How The Right Content On Your Author Homepage Makes Visitors Stick Around | Web Design Relief

One of the most important features of an author website is the homepage: It’s your business card, welcome mat, and first impression all rolled up in one! But with so many possibilities for content, it can be quite overwhelming to determine what does—or doesn’t—belong on your author homepage. Make the wrong choice, and visitors will… Continue Reading

10 Easy Ways To Drive More Traffic To Your Author Website | Web Design Relief

Once you have an author website that works well for your genre and acts as your online business card, it’s time for the next step: getting your readers and potential new fans to visit! Your author website should act as an online hub where you can showcase your latest publication credits, offer links to purchase… Continue Reading


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