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Wix Pricing Plans

Email Marketing pricing is a separate cost. Domain is free the first year or if you own your own domain we can use it. Personalized Email addresses are through Google Workspace and are $6/month.

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*Includes Hosting, Platform, Security, Storage.

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*For automations in the website, blog update notifications, newsletters, etc. (200 emails/month is free so you may not need an email marketing plan)



Wix How-tos

The Wix Owner app is designed to help you create, manage and grow your business on the go. Use the Wix Owner app to showcase what your business has to offer and communicate with your site members directly. 

The Spaces by Wix app is a dedicated app for your members to easily engage and stay updated with your site on the go.

Your members can connect with your online store, business, website or community. With the Spaces app, members can view all their upcoming events, browse and shop online, read, share, and interact with blog posts or book services on the go.

How to Add and Edit Text

How to Add and Edit Images

The World of Self - Publishing

The world is changing so fast. Back in the day when I signed up for my first class in Fiction Technique, the goal was to get your work published through a traditional publisher by sending in query letters or even a draft with a cover letter. Now the trend is leaning towards self-publishing. What once was called vanity press is now becoming the way to go.

Even if you were to attract the eye of a traditional publisher, you will be doing most of the marketing yourself. Your writing may be excellent, but a traditional publisher will look at your following, that is, how many people are interested in your writing online. You need to find an agent and be willing to wait a year or two or three when the publishing house is involved with your book. It is important to know as well that the author does not retain full rights to the work.

However, if you are looking into self-publishing, my first piece of advice is to do your research. There are companies just out there to take your money. Do your due diligence. Research the reviews, facts, and know exactly are you getting for your money.

As a website designer, I specialize in author websites. I asked several authors what advice they would give or companies they would recommend to someone looking into self-publishing.

Steps to Self-Publishing:

  1. Line Editor (checks your writing style, communication, creative content)

  2. Copy Editor (checks your grammar, spelling, facts)

  3. Formatting (someone who can format your writing for specific ebook or hardback/paperback publishers)

  4. Cover Design/Graphic Designer (Your cover is so important, it is best not to attempt the graphic design yourself unless you are a graphic artist.)

  5. Publisher

  6. Promotions/Marketing


Recommendations from Published Authors:

(If recommended specifically by an author, the author's name is included in parenthesis.)

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There is the option of Hybrid Publishing. Hybrid is a bit of both worlds and you retain your rights as you do with self-publishing. There is a monetary investment (usually more than purely going on your own) and your work must be accepted by the Hybrid Publisher. The publisher generally does the work, such as editing, formatting, cover design and help with promoting your book to some degree, such as getting it into booksellers and libraries. Look at the fine print. Some may charge extra for editing or for cover design. You may need to hire your own publicist or pay for one associated with the Hybrid Publisher that you choose. Know the details.

Click here for the Independent Book Publishers Association's criteria for Hybrid Publishing.

First Steps in Podcasts


Like with your website, get focused. Keep the theme and look similar to your site, your brand. What is your intention for this podcast? Who is your audience? Name of podcast? Create a piece of cover art. Write the script for your first shows.


If you are really serious about this venture then research the best microphone and if you are including video, research the best set up for video podcasts including the best lighting. You can start out with your iPhone and the Anchor app. Anchor is the whole shabang and it is free.


Wix is already integrated with Soundcloud which is an option for beginning. Create an account in Soundcloud and upload your audio files there to your channel. It is free up to 3 hours of content. Anchor also hosts your podcast as well as records, they have an upload limit of 250MB. Buzzsprout is another good option but has an upload limit is 2 hours each month. Hosts have paid plans as your podcast audience and demand increases.


Whether you use Soundcloud, Buzzsprout, or one of the many other hosting options out there, you will need the RSS feed from that chosen hosting to upload your podcast to Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Uploading to both is free.

Once you have the RSS feed you can also add the Wix Podcast Player to your site.

These are the basic steps to getting a podcast going. But once you are up and running, you will need to take the time to research the best ways to monetize your podcast by adding subscriber features and ads.

How to Start a Podcast: Everything You Need to Know to Succeed by Wix >

How to Start a Podcast by Buzzsprout >

How to Start a Podcast by Anchor >


How to Create Your Own Podcast: Guide for Students by IvyPanda >

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