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Create a Cohesive Web Presence
By: KC Morgan
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    Thereís always some new trend or a hot new site on the Web. Youíve got a MySpace, plenty of friends on Twitter, lots of Facebook activity and who knows what else. Youíve got a lot going on -- and when someone goes looking for you, theyíre liable to find you everywhere. What you need is one single Web presence, not information thatís scattered over a dozen different sites. Learn how to make your online identity more cohesive, and unite all your traffic.

    Are you on eBay? MySpace? Facebook? Donít forget that you should always be promoting, especially on the Internet. Social networking sites are some of the best free advertising you can get, and you should be using it to your advantage. Learn how to create a cohesive Web presence, so that you can be accessed anywhere -- from everywhere you are.

    Your Web Site

    Your Web site should serve as your main hub. This is the center of your online universe, your calling card and reference point. Whether youíre running an online business, enjoying a freelancing career or simply striving to be extremely popular in the online community, make your Web site your own personal mainstay.

    Have a MySpace profile? A Facebook account? Whether youíre a member on LinkedIn, LiveJournal or everything in between, be sure to include a link on your Web site. If youíve got eBay auctions, link to these as well. Your Web site, again, should be the main reference point for your traffic.

    For instance, if youíre a freelance writer, then your Web site should contain links to the articles and pieces of content youíve had published online. Wherever you can be found on the Web, be sure to include a link to yourself on your Web site. All these links should be contained in one place, so itís easy to see where you can be found.

    Your Social Networking Sites

    Even if youíve got a great site of your very own, there are lots of reasons why you might create a profile, blog or Web page through social networking sites. These interactive, community-oriented sites are growing more popular all the time, and many online users are getting on board with the trend. Always include a link to your Web site on all your social networking site profiles. Remember that your site is your reference point -- so always be pointing people in that direction.

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