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Home Base
• Home base is your blog/website. Not everyone needs a blog. But most people who want to develop a personal brand do.
• Buy an easy-to-remember, easy-to-spell, content-appropriate domain name if you can. Don't be TOO clever.
• A really nice layout doesn't have to cost a lot, but shows you're more than a social media dabbler.
• Your "About" page should be about you AND your business, should the blog be professional in nature. At least, it should be about you.
• Make sure it's easy to comment on your site.
• Make sure it's easy for people to subscribe to your site's content.
• Use easy to read fonts and colors.
• A site laden with ads is a site that doesn't cherish its audience. Be thoughtful.
• Pay attention to which widgets you use in your sidebar. Don't be frivolous.
• Load time is key. Test your blog when you make changes, and ensure your load times are reasonable.
• Register your site with all the top search engines.
• Claim your site on Technorati.com
• Use WebsiteGrader.com to make sure your site is well built in Google's eyes.