Does Your Website Suck? – Skinny Artist

Does Your Website Suck?

 

Does your Website Suck?!

Let’s be honest for a moment. . .

Does your current website suck?

Do you frequently suffer from website shame and embarrassment?

Do you sometimes avoid telling people where to find your website because you haven’t updated in over 6 months?

Does it seem like everyone else online has these really cool websites, while you’re still stuck with the same site that your college roommate made for you back in 2008?

Or maybe you don’t even have your own website yet, maybe you’ve been thinking about getting one but you didn’t know where to start.

 

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered because we just created a new four-part video series here at Skinny Artist that will give you everything that you’ll need to know in order to create a website that you can be proud of.

In the first video of this series you’ll discover….

  • Who’s really getting the credit for all of your online content
  • The 3 essential building blocks of building your reputation online
  • The difference between owning and “renting” a website from Tumblr or Blogger
  • Why so many people fail to read the fine print and risk losing everything
  • The best way to connect your website visitors to all of your social media accounts
  • Why creating and owning your own website may not be as difficult or expensive as you think

 

Click the image below to get started on your path to website awesomeness!

Video #1 “Why Do I Need Another Freakin’ Website?!”

 

 

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Writer, teacher, and head custodian of the Skinny Artist community. His book "Getting Creative: Developing Creative Habits that Work" is all about finding the time (and energy) to live a more creative life.

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Chloe Waterfield

Personally I think my website is fairly well made, yet it doesn’t get the exposure or feedback I’m looking for. Could anyone help me out here? http://www.canidaeart.com

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    Drew

    Hi Chloe, I think your site looks great. Wix sites are often notoriously slow to load due to their flash content and galleries, but your site seems to load rather quickly. As far as getting more exposure for your site, I would start with the SEO fundamentals that will help you get noticed by the search engines (I’m a bit biased of course but we’ve got some great info on these basics in our Skinny Art School series) Beyond that, it’s really just a matter of time, creating interesting content, and then getting yourself out there in social media to connect with other artists and the online arts community. Good luck!

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Hey! I know this is kinda off topic however , I’d figured I’d ask.
Would you be interested in exchanging links or maybe guest writing a blog post or vice-versa?
My blog goes over a lot of the same subjects as yours and I feel we could greatly benefit from each other.
If you happen to be interested feel free to send me an email.
I look forward to hearing from you! Terrific blog by the way!

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