What’s your primary web presence? With all of the options social media provides, most of us have multiple accounts. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest each provide ways to communicate what you have to say to those who need to hear it. But, if you had to point to one tool which serves as the hub for your online presence, what would you say?

For me, this blog was my first online presence and remains the most powerful. It tells the stories which cannot be told in 140 characters. My website serves as a place that presents the over-arching picture of who I am and what I do.

But, what if you don’t foresee writing numerous blog posts? What if you don’t need the complexity of a web site? What if all you need is a simple “home base” that provides a space to introduce yourself to the world, provide contact information, and link to your social media pages?

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