Contrary to popular opinion, getting a website should not be among the first things you do when you branch out as a professional writer. Here’s why.
When you get a website, there are a few things you’ll need up front. One of those is Web Hosting, which is a recurring fee for hosting your website’s files, and allowing your website to be displayed to anyone who visits your site’s address. Web hosting options vary greatly, depending on your needs and budget.
Contrary to popular opinion, getting a website should not be among the first things you do when you branch out as a creative professional. Here’s why.
How do you design a website to do what you want it to do for your company? This is the topic of an article by Minuca Elena that I was interviewed for recently. Conversions?!? In terms of web design (and marketing), “conversions” refers to your customer taking the action you want them to take. This
A crazy amount of my time, as a designer, is meeting with clients and jotting things down. With email or messaging, I have a written record of what we said to refer to. For Zoom meetings or phone calls, I have to rely on note taking.
As an entrepreneur and freelancer, I’m constantly making contacts and finding business connections with other entrepreneurs who want to know more about my services. Sometimes I make this connection casually, through one of those serendipitous divine appointments we’ve all had. Other times, the connection is more deliberate, such as attending a networking event or local
Your mission statement (and vision board if you have one) won’t help you if you make it, then never look at it again. Here’s how to keep your personal mission statement in front of you.
If you struggle to cut through the noise of life, consider creating a personal mission statement. Take these steps to create a personal mission statement.