Excerpt fromJoel Friedlander The Book Designer
I don’t think there’s any doubt at this point that every author needs a website. Publishers recommend them for their own authors, and self-publishing writers know that, for most of us, our natural home is online.
But the next thing that comes up when you decide you need a website to advance your writing career, is the question that stops a lot of people: What should my domain name be?
Authors have come up with a lot of creative answers to this question, and in this article I’ll review your most likely options, and give you some hints about how to make this decision.
After all, it’s quite likely that you’ll be living with your domain name for quite a long time. And your domain name is going to be very important for lots of reasons, for years to come. Let’s take a look…
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