Here’s a Web Site 101 Tip from WWW team member Kendra Haskins:

“Always view your site from the prospective of a visitor. They are not going to spend a lot of time digging through too much text or endless graphics to find what they are looking for. You need to make sure your site is simple to navigate and easy for visitors to find the information they need.

“Here’s a good rule of thumb: If the information is important it should be visible when the page first appears — don’t make people have to scroll down to find something or wade through fluff to get to the good stuff. If they have to work too hard to find what they’re looking for, they’ll probably move on to search somewhere else.”

Each writer website designed by the WWW team adheres to these rules. We want readers to be able to quickly and easily learn more about you, your writing, your book(s) and how they can connect with you, by commenting on your built-in blog, through your social media or at your next book signing.

Visit our Portfolio page to see samples of the websites we’ve done for emerging authors, and as always, you can email us at for more info.

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