Personal Professional Websites
This survey opened in June 2022 and as of September 2022 has gathered 30 responses. I am still processing statistics; questions without links will be updated in the future. The survey is still open; Any LIS worker who maintains their own personal professional website may take the survey by following this link.
Are you actively looking for work?
Did you pay someone to design or build your site?
Which of the following content do you have on your site (ex: resume, blog, list of publications)?
Which of the following personal links or connection methods do you provide on your site? (ex: email, contact form, Twitter, ORCiD)
Is your site strictly library/archives/LIS related?
When was your site last updated?
Does your site use any of the following platforms/services?
How much do you pay annually to run your website?
Do you allow comments on your site?
Do you have advertising on your site?
Do you have analytics on your site?
About how many people visit your site in a month?
Is having a personal website a “must”?
Do you have any privacy concerns associated with sharing your personal information, resume, etc., on a public website? If so, what measures do you take to feel safer?