Does Your Author Website Answer the Right Questions? Episode 306 with Anne Le Tissier
Crew, Anne Le Tissier is a listener with a question: What should I have on my website—and how can I get there without breaking the bank? She’s also the author of six traditionally published inspirational titles, some out of print, a speaker and the creator of a rather genius non-blog blog idea that I may just have to steal for myself. We critique her website and offer ideas for making it more professional without learning to code or spending big bucks—because there are some absolute must-haves, more than a few must-nots, and one important question to answer. Listen—and then go poke around on your own site!
Links from the Pod
Anne: Word by Word: A Daily Spiritual Practice by Marilyn McEntyre
KJ: The Nineties by Chuck Klosterman
Sarina: Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica
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