Your #IndieWeb site can be the home you’ve always wanted on the internet.
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While posting on a personal site has many¹ advantages² over only posting to #socialMedia, maybe you already quit social media silos³.

There are lots of reasons to get a domain name and setup your own homepage on the web.

If you’re a web professional, a personal site with your name on it (perhaps also in its domain) can make it easier for potential employers to find you and read your description in your own words.

If you’re a web developer, a personal home page is also an opportunity to demonstrate your craft.

If you’re a writer, you can organize your words, essays, and longer form articles in a form that’s easier for readers to browse, and style them to both be easier to read, and express your style better than any silo.

Similarly if you’re an artist, photographer, or any other kind of content creator.

See https://indieweb.org/homepage for more reasons why, and what other kinds of things you can put on your home page.

Thanks to Chris Aldrich (https://boffosocko.com/) for the banner image.

This is day 13 of #100DaysOfIndieWeb #100Days.

← Day 12: https://tantek.com/2023/012/t1/six-years-webmention-w3c
→ Day 14: https://tantek.com/2023/014/t4/domain-first-federated-atmention

¹ https://tantek.com/2023/001/t1/own-your-notes
² https://tantek.com/2023/005/t3/indieweb-simpler-approach
³ https://indieweb.org/silo-quits

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