This is understandable given my history, but it is a problem for me because all my income comes from tech work, and if you think of me as a blogger then you’re not thinking of me as someone who builds and fixes websites for authors.
I’m not criticizing or complaining; it’s just that I want to reset your thinking. To that end, I am using the relaunch of my site, NateHoffelder.com, as a chance to ask that when you think of me, think of that site first. Send people there so they can connect with me, see my portfolio, peruse testimonials, and read the blog posts.
I’ve actually been blogging there since I launched the site 4 years ago as ValiantChicken.com, and it’s where you’ll find my posts on Twitter chats for authors, how to evaluate the return on your guest blog posts, and why SEO is not always the right tool for the job.
I want you to think of me as the guy who fixes stuff and can tell you about the six key elements of a home page (this post is as yet unpublished, but still useful).While I love The Digital Reader to death, I need paid work, and I appreciate any help you can provide in that direction.