Posted on March 17, 2022 at 11:11 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

The Kindlepreneur recently featured a substantial guest post by David Martin, who's a website developer, on best practices for an author website.

(Yes, he'll pitch his services at the end; no, we're not specifically endorsing him.)

And Martin certainly shares a great deal of useful information, from why authors should have a website to how to start (technically) and what features to include.

However, you might already have a site, in which case a start-from-scratch post isn't the most relevant information.

In that case, you might find Penny Sansevieri's website analysis post a bit more useful.

She explains how to determine whether your website is helping or hurting your book marketing efforts at Author Marketing Experts.

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