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As authors and writers, we all know how marketing strategies and tools are constantly changing and evolving, so to keep up with it all, we need to:

1. Pay attention to what's going on
2. Pay attention to marketing models that work
3. Change our marketing strategies correspondingly

In regard to your blogsite or website:

The design of a website or blog is the first thing a visitor will see. Having a welcoming site is much like a book cover, or the hook beginning of your book; it's there to attract, lure, and even grab the reader.

This is a marketing strategy and should be thought out carefully. Another tip, is that most marketers recommend having a simple site, one that doesn't take anytime to load.

Marketing expert Mike Volpe of points out that it’s more important to spend time, and money if necessary, on content rather than a flashy website design; simple works. In fact, simpler usually leads to a higher conversion rate.

To reinforce this simple is better strategy, Google says that milliseconds count in regard to your page load time. If your page is slow to load, you’ll get a poorer score with Google.

Keep it Fresh

Keep your website fresh. Along with the 'visuals' of the site, make sure all your content is up-to-date. Be sure your copyright and contact information is also up-to-date.

Nothing makes a site look stale than have outdated information. Visitors won't trust your authority if you can't manage to keep your site and its content fresh as a daisy.

Happy marketing.


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Anonymous said...

I think the logo is great.

Karen Cioffi said...

Susanne, Thanks! I kind of like it myself. :)

anthony stemke said...

That logo, as well as the site, is a top-notch design, very appealing in a dignified manner. Kudos.

Karen Cioffi said...

Tony, thanks for the positive feedback!

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