About Page: First Person or Third?

When writing your about page is it better to write in the first person or the third person? This is whatAbout Me - First Person or Third Person I talk about in show #7.

The type of readership, the purpose of your website and your own person style are a few factors to consider when making this decision.

A post of interest to check out is from Michael Hyatt, in which he talks about 10 ways to create a better about page.

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