…I’ll also add to the list:

  •  Make a set of  “hero images” you can use in your blog posts to make text-heavy articles look interesting.
  • Play around with the og:image (sometimes called the “featured image or twitter card”) for your posts. Create a default one for when there’s no images in your posts so they can still get that “rich web link” treatment on other sites.
100 things you can do on your personal website by an author (jamesg.blog)

One of my favourite things to do in my free time is to tinker with this website. Indeed, this website is the culmination of years of tinkering. I have added features like coffee shop maps that I can share with friends, a way for me to share my bio in two languages, a sitemap.xml file to help search …