In the fourth episode of Breaking It Down, I take a look at David T. List's web presence. Please be sure to leave him some love in the comments for being a good sport! :)
► A centralized hub—whether that be a website or a blog—helps readers easily find information and connect with you all over the Internet.
► We should always try to remember that some visitors will stop by with no idea who we are, what we do, or what we write. The first thing they see should include some type of explanation.
► Consistency in brand appearance (similar colors, fonts, textures, profile photos, etc.) will make you more easily identifiable.
► Organization helps visitors digest information. I am a huge fan of David's glossary of published terms. (I do the same thing in the back of my PNR/UF series!)
► Creative details make things memorable. David shares book-related things, like concept art and interviews (not featured in video).
This will be an eleven-episode series. If you'd like to read details on the project, please click here. :)
Question of the Week:
What's one thing you love about David''s web presence?
P.S. Sorry about the scatterbrained nature of the video. I could only fit in a quick, sleep-deprived take before I headed out the door. If you guys have any questions, just let me know!