Dear Miss Snark:
Six months ago I signed with an agent with a website. The agent has sent my manuscript to the top publishing houses. Listed on the website were about 80 names. It was clear that the lists of clients was a bit old. Recently, the agent revised the website, scaled down the list of clients to about fifty. My name was not there. Do agents list only their PUBLISHED authors? Should I be concerned that my name is not there, after all, I'm still not an AUTHOR, but I am a client. My agent is also very good at letting me know the status of my novel when I have asked via email (an I have practiced restraint and am writing novel #2)
A client list on a website is NOT the same thing as the agent's data base of clients.
The client list is up there so people know what kind of work an agent has sold.
Putting unsold work up there defeats the purpose.