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Does Your Website Pass the Radio Test?

When you say your website on the radio can listeners find it? Can they spell it? The radio test is not just important for the radio. Anytime someone talks about your website you want to make sure the listener goes to the right site. Here are 7 tests to see if your website passes the radio test.

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The Best Way to Track Site Statistics

What do your readers want? Without knowing the answer you can’t make them happy. Tracking your site stats allows you you to make adjustments to thrill your readers. If you want advocates you need to read this post.

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How a Car Can Unlock Your Author Website

Your website is like a car

Websites explained in a way that makes sense for the automotive aficionado.

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How to Add “Click to Tweet” to Your Blog Posts

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Ever wonder how authors add “Click to tweet” in their blog posts? We’ll show you how to use Click to Tweet and drive traffic to your blog.

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How We Grew Our Traffic By 323% in 15 Months

Do you want to grow your traffic? We’ll show you how we grew our traffic by 323% in just 15 months.

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If You Write Two Different Kinds of Books, Do You Need Two Different Websites?

Liz Curtis Higgs

Liz Curtis Higgs answers the question – “If you write two different kinds of books…do you need two different websites?” The answer may surprise you.

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How to Keep Your WordPress Site Secure From Hackers

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Every day, an army of evil computers are trying to hack into WordPress sites. Have you fallen victim? Here’s how to protect yourself.

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March Author Website Launches

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Authors, nonprofits, and America’s Mad Professor of Fiction Writing..oh my! Find out whose sites we launched in March.

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50+ Things To Blog About When You Have Writer’s Block

Writer’s block hits at the worst time. Here are some things to blog about to get your creative juices flowing again.

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6 Things Readers Want from Your Author Website

If you build it they won’t come. The only way to get people to visit your author website is to give them something they are looking for. But what is that? This article summarizes research done by the Codex Group about what readers want from author websites.

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