In this week's issue of Fab Freelance Writing Ezine, we discuss your writer's website. Your site can either be a powerful tool, which gets you all the writing jobs you want, or it can be a complete waste of time... Your choice.
You can put your site to work, if you wish.
Here's an excerpt from the Editorial:
Your site is FOREVER. However, that doesn't mean that you can create your site today, and call it done. Far from it. Your site needs to be updated constantly -- at least once a week.
Firstly, let's look at what we mean by "forever"... The Web's a wild, weird and wonderful place, so the more you understand it, the better.
Just like diamonds, your site is forever
Yes, your site is forever, to all intents and purposes. The very first site I created for myself way back in 1998 is still kicking around online. Heaven knows why. I haven't paid any hosting for it in over a decade, but it's still there.
Everything you create online is forever.
Yes, all those photos of you on Facebook, even the ones you didn't post. All your Twitter tweetings, everything. All your forum posts, too. Email isn't secure either, nor is online chat... copies exist of everything you do online.
Read the rest in tomorrow's ezine -- you'll be looking at your site in a new way -- and you'll discover the most frustrating paradox you can imagine.
(The ezine's free, and it comes to you in downloadable PDF.)