Tuesday, October 21, 2008


How important is a good website?

The answer is always mixed. Some people firmly believe in the value of a website while others could care less.

Now I'm a computer person by day so for me a website is very important. Anytime I want to get information I search the internet. If I want to find out all the books a particular author has written I go to the web and check for their site and then others.

The website I have now is based on the title of my first book coming out. Well, I've recently been working with a woman (Jeannie Ruesch) on re-doing the site and her opinion is that my website should be under my name. After speaking with her on this I did the research and she was right. Most authors have their website under their name, not their book title.

People are going search for my books based on my name, not my book title.

Anyway, back to the original question. How important is a website?

Look at it this way, it's a relatively cheap way to advertise/market yourself and your work. Plus, it will be seen by way more people on an average daily basis than a flyer on someone's car, or an ad in a local paper, or even in the yellow pages. A website is international.

From my perspective a website is a HUGE marketing tool. Use it. Take advantage of it. But, do it right.

This is where Jeannie comes in. She's helping me make the site right. Stay tuned for the unveiling soon. In the meantime, check out Jeannie's site at www.WillDesignforChocolate.com.


Jeannie Ruesch October 21, 2008 at 2:19 PM  

Hi Denise, Thanks for the mention! I'm excited about your site - it's been fun to create the look and you've been so easy to work with! :)

Here's to a new suspensey site soon! (Yes, I know that's not really a word, but it sounds fun...)


Denise October 22, 2008 at 9:17 AM  

Thanks, Jeannie. I'm looking forward to the debut of my site - thanks to you.

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