Maura Casey is a former New York Times journalist who has written more than 5,000 commentaries.
She has authored a memoir called Saving Ellen, about her sister’s struggle with kidney disease, her father’s alcoholism, and her mother’s fight to donate her own kidney to save Ellen when transplants were still rare.
Maura already had a website, but over time her business had changed, and she wanted an updated version to better reflect the breadth of her writing and editing, and that was also optimized for mobile devices.
Exposure built the new CaseyInk website on its Web Solutions Content Management System v4, including information on the memoir, links to her published work, writing services, and a contact form.
“The website is really simple for me to edit, which is important to me as a writer," said Maura. "I don’t have to call a third party to make revisions—I can revise as much as I want, and if I get stuck, there’s a support team to help me."
"Many writers I know don’t hire professionals for a website. They make the mistake of trying to cobble together one themselves. That’s seriously short-sighted. I am a big believer in hiring good people and staying (mostly) out of the way. The Exposure team listened carefully to my ideas for my new website. The result reflects who I am as a writer, an editor, and a business owner.”
For more information, visit https://www.caseyink.com.