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Is Your Actor Website Listing All Your Awards?

Actor Website Feature #19

You've worked hard to get those acting awards. Show those laurels!

Similarly to acting credits, you want to list your acting awards. Most out-of-the-box websites will never offer anything that fits that category. Best you can get will be a testimonial page, and if you're slick enough, maybe you can create your own laurels instead of the image of the person leaving a testimonial and make the body of the testimonial the name of the award... but that's just hacking things together and it will certainly not do you much good with S.E.O, as search engines will most likely assume these are testimonials anyway.

Web For Actors offers a way to link an award to a particular acting credit you have and the laurels that are generated will flow nicely with the website design. Don't spend hours creating something pretty just to upload it to your website and see that it either doesn't fit the right proportions or that it has been resized down to a tiny little thumbnail that nobody will be able to read.

You've worked hard to get where you are. There's a reason why military personnel wear their medals and/or ribbons right on their chest. It shows your accomplishments and it separates you from all the novice soldiers straight out of bootcamp. In the same manner you should show off your acting awards on your acting website, so that anyone who stumbles upon it will know right away that you've been around and your acting is award-worthy.

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