Okay, romance novelists, today for Technical Tuesday we’re talking about one of the more powerful social media platforms you can harness to promote your books – Facebook. One of the largest social media venues, Facebook not only used across most demographics, but it also has one of the larger user bases which makes it highly […]
We’ve talked over the last couple of weeks about whether or not you should have a website (you should) and what should be included. Now it’s time to talk about what not to include on an author website. So our topic for this Technical Tuesday is author website blunders.
So for Technical Tuesdays here at The Romance Studio, we’ve been talking about a number of issues to help romance novelists and writers to maintain a presence and promote it online. And we’ve gotten some really good feedback on these pieces. But three times now I’ve gotten the same related question and it seemed like […]
With so many online vendors selling books, sites like Goodreads and WattPad, and social media profiles being plentiful, many authors are left wondering if they even need a website. If so, what does it need to have to get readers to visit it?
Using these techniques, you can drive more targeted traffic to your blog and increase your visibility in the search engines, like Google, all using white hat techniques. Are you ready?
So you don’t have an SSL certificate? No, wait. You don’t even know what that is, much less why you need it? Today we’ll explain why you must have an SSL certificate yesterday to have a successful website whether it’s for your romance novels, your dog grooming business, or your recipe blog.
Whether you’re a brand new author or you’ve been around a while, it can be a challenge to know what should go on the front door page of your website. When readers reach your website, what do they see?