A guest post by Larry Brooks from ProBlogger.
Pardon the cryptic title. Not trying to sound hip or flip. Just going straight at it.Today’s title is literal. Rather than the traditional try for a killer hook, what you see above is actually the point. Not recommended as a default blogging best-practice, by the way, but sometimes you have to color outside the lines to paint the desired picture.
If you write for money as an independent contractor (versus, say, the staff obituary writer at the local daily), and if you intend to grow and sustain your client base, you should have a website. Period. If you’re any other type of professional writer who has to buy your own health plan, you need a website, too. But there’s a question you need to answer first. Continue reading