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Those are just a few suggestions! I'm sure you can come up with even more great ways to get your website out in front of employers.
I'm not going into detail about website design in this article. You can do some research on your own to come up with great information that helps you, but I do want to share some resources that you might want to look in to.
• Use a site builder if you don't want to build a site from scratch. The site builder I use for http://www.mommysplace.net/ can be found at www.internetbasedfamily.com
• Choose name of your website. For a website highlighting information about yourself, I would recommend buying your name as domain (http://www.nelltaliercio.com/).
• No free hosting, please! You want to present most professional image of yourself with your website, and free hosting doesn't look professional! You can get paid hosting for cheap! I use a hosting company for some of my websites, including Telecommuting Answer Lady, for only $14.00 a year!
This has been an overview of websites for telecommuting! I wish you all best with your job hunt and building your website. If you'd like more information about building a portfolio for your website (or just a portfolio on its own).
Nell Taliercio is the publisher of a weekly telecommuting newsletter that helps moms and dads work at home. Read more about the newsletter and get your free listing of job links at http://www.telecommutinganswerlady.com