In terms of the program coming up, it starts TODAY at 12:00 pm EST. After a little of my background, I'll be talking about ideas to help photographers clean up their websites. Next, came blog challenges, followed by some quick ideas on self-promotion and finishing with a section on some short critiques of a few websites. The website section was a lot harder to do than I thought, simply because my time was so limited.
One thing I did notice on several websites - there was no way to find the name of the photographer! I've never noticed that before. Even when a photographer had a bio in their about section, there was no reference to who they were. Often, not even a headshot. In fact, twice I went to review a site, because I was trying to do this with a sense of improv, and we stopped taping because I couldn't find the name of the artist.
I have no idea what purpose it serves to be invisible. So, look at your website and make sure you identify yourself. Give people a name, a personality and a little piece of your heart. Give them every possible way to reach you. I can understand if you don't want to include an address if you work out of your home, but at least give them a phone number!
I was playing with some of the in-camera presets and had left it in the "Impressive Art Mode". Sandy Puc wanted to get a shot of me on the set, but didn't know how the camera was set up. While it's not something I'd use for portraiture, it does have sort of a bizarre illustrative look to it.