Well I may as well finish off this series about online portfolios and the like.
Then those of you who are digging it can know all the information I want to share. And those who are bored to tears can say, “Uh, thank Gawd that’s over with!”
So there was the online-presence stuff with the warning not to be an ass on the internet and why are you hiding on the internet?. Then some online portfolio stuff with why you have that blog to begin with and what to do with that portfolio blog you already have and some other free website options you have available.
Which takes us to the last steps in an online portfolio.
The ‘Not Free’.
Don’t worry, it’s not as scary as it sounds. We’ll take it in baby steps.
If you have a bit of money to spare, I would suggest you invest in a domain name. It could be your name, a business name or something else. For a personal portfolio, it’s probably a good idea to have your own name registered.
But it’s up to you.
If you go with something else, just make it easy to remember and easy to spell.