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Actor Website Tip #18

Don't forget to put your domain name everywhere you list your contact information

Let's assume that you linked up all your social media to your website and you linked up your website to all your social media as I pointed out in tip #11. You created a central hub for your visitors, so they'll know that if they want to see your credits they should click the IMDb link or go to your credits section. If they want to see your pictures, they'll click on Instagram or go to your portfolio. Everything's in place, right?

Okay, just checking. Now that everything is where you want it to be, put your website on your business card. You don't have to list all of your social media accounts on there anymore. You can list one or two accounts max, your website will handle the rest.

If you want, you could also create a QR code for scanning with a phone. It's not as popular as some people assumed it would be, but it doesn't hurt to have. You can create a free QR code that when scanned will take a visitor to your website.

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