Ep 44 Writing Works Wonders- Website Design for Authors, Part 1

Show Notes Episode 44, Website Design for Authors, Part 1

Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King

Website guidance in everyday terms! Straightforward examples, proven strategies and accessibility are our focus in this timely series. A special production designed by Writing Works Wonders for our listeners and authors! This begins a two part series about what authors, and others, need to know about website development. Dr. Kathy King is center stage and uses her nearly 20 years of website design and publishing experience to guide our authors through the process. Kathy provides recommended development stages, platforms and steps to follow. And Cheryl makes sure she explains the technical aspects and keeps it all in perspective!

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Cheryl McNeil Fisher – Author, Keynote Speaker, Educator and Coach. Seminars and Workshops Adults and Children. https://www.cherylmcneilfisher.com/ Submit your work for publication on our site. Guest blogging, poetry, short stories at: https://www.livinginspiredfullyeveryday.com/

Dr. Kathleen P. King– Author, Author Coach, Speaker & Professor (Ret.). http://www.transformationed.com/ Interested in technology and adult learning? Check out Dr. King’s newest book from Wiley: http://bit.ly/King2017

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