Web Tips for Authors: The April Roundup

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Web Tips for WritersBest-practices to smarten-up your online book marketing

Checked out The HostBaby Blog lately?

Every week, we’re posting new web and social media tips for authors, musicians, and artists. You’ll learn how to grow your email list, how to get readers to engage with your online content, how to draft newsletters that convert to sales, how to optimize your site for search, and more.

For those of you who haven’t been keeping tabs on the HostBaby Blog…

Here’s a recap of April’s HostBaby Blog articles:

1. Is Your One-Page Website Hurting Your Career?

2. How to Add Google Analytics to Your HostBaby Site Builder

3. Does Your Website Reflect Where You Are in Your Career?

4. Three Reasons Your Website is Costing You Money

5. How to “Focus Group” Your Website

6. Website Navigation: Make it Easy for People to Explore Your Site

7. How to Make Sure A Potential Fan Never Comes Back to Your Website

8. How to Use 3rd Party Widgets on Your HostBaby Site

9. Now You Can Pay For Your Web Hosting With PayPal

Head on over to the HostBaby Blog and let us know what kind of web stuff you’d like to learn more about.

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Chris Robley
Chris Robley is an award-winning poet, songwriter, performer, and music producer who now lives in Portland, Maine after more than a decade in Portland, Oregon. His music has been praised by NPR, the LA Times, the Boston Globe, and others. Skyscraper Magazine said he is “one of the best short-story musicians to come along in quite some time.” Robley’s poetry has been published or is forthcoming in POETRY, Prairie Schooner, Poetry Northwest, Beloit Poetry Journal, RHINO, Magma Poetry, and more. He is the 2013 winner of Boulevard's Poetry Prize for Emerging Writers and the 2014 recipient of a Maine Literary Award in the category of "Short Works Poetry."

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