It might not be the best place to do it, but it's the first thing anyone sees when they google you (hopefully). This is why I want my portfolio site to really represent who I am, and I don't want to give anyone the chance to say "Ugh, it's Wordpress, he doesn't know what he's doing".
Of course on my portfolio site, I show off my most interesting projects, which are meant to impress. The portfolio site itself exists to pull them in, and the projects exist to pull them over the line.
I get that. I really do. I might set up a portfolio page again in the future if I feel the need for it. Especially if I'd start freelancing but that's not something I see myself doing any time soon. :)
Yeah, that's only fair. I need to constantly be selling myself, so the portfolio site is very important.
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