Posts in Web Designers
The Designer's Guide to Blogging

You don’t get the people who hate writing because you are a wordsmith. You’d much rather send a text or email than pick up the phone or *gasp* Facetime. The great thing is written content is the best content for SEO!  So let’s use this to your advantage in your Design Biz.


You can start creating written content to drive more traffic to your website and get in front of your leads. Grab your pen and paper and let’s dive in. Here are three ways you can show the value of your products or services, educate your leads and brag on yourself (just a little) through blogging.

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How to Use Audio Content in Your Design Business

You don’t mind chatting, but don’t want to get dressed or put on a face to do! I get it. You will shine with Audio Content. You’d much rather share your thoughts and expertise without video editing or typing paragraphs.  Use this to you advantage in your Design Business.

 

You can start creating audio content to drive more traffic to your website and get in front of your leads. Here are some ideas to show the value of your products or services, educate your leads and brag on yourself (just a little).

 

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How to Use Video Content in Your Design Business

So video is your thing! You shine on video. You aren’t afraid of the camera, speaking comes naturally to you, and you love to connect with people. But you don’t know how to use this your advantage in your Design Business.
 
Don’t worry, I’ll show you exactly how you can start creating video content to drive more traffic to your website and get in front of your leads. Grab your pen and paper and let’s dive in. Here are three ways you can show the value of your products or services, educate your leads and brag on yourself (just a little) through video.

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Where to Find Design Clients During Slow Season

There’s an unspoken cycle that every designer goes thru: the feast & famine. There are weeks you get so many inquiries you are exhausted And then there are the months that no one wants to talk about. The months where we have no idea where our next client will come from; and because of that we have no idea how the hell our bills will be paid. Those are the moments when we are ready to look for that part-time job just to have a consistent paycheck, but before you give up on your creative hustle. Consider one of these tips  to find your next paying client. 

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6 Things To Do When Design Business is Slow

It’s holiday season and business can get slow. People are spending time with their families, regrouping, and for once, taking time away from their businesses.

Or your business is slow and the clients aren’t coming in as quickly as you want them too. Don’t fret. A slow season doesn’t have be a “bad” thing. You can finally read that book you’ve been meaning to read, or finish that course you bought a year ago.

Designers, I know we can get antsy when business is slow, so check out the six things you can do when business slows down.

 

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I Don't Regret Launching a Web Design Business. Here's What I Wish I Knew.

The first year of entrepreneurship is nothing short of overwhelming, exhausting and scary as hell.  But for web designers the first year can be straight up frustrating. I wish I could tell things will be different for you, but honestly there are lessons you will likely have to learn the hard way.

Before you take your site down, throw your laptop across the room and give up on your dreams of becoming a profitable full time web designer, let me say it gets better! Listen to my online friends’ journeys as web designers and their advice to new web designers (or designer who’s on the verge of giving up).

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How to Become the Beyonce of Your Niche

We can all agree with & love the Beyonce Marketing Genius. She has us flocking to her like bees to honey--practically throwing our wallets at her every time she launches. You, too, can have clients more loyal than the BeyHive. Read more to find out how you can steal Beyonce's marketing strategies & dominate your online niche. 

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7 Little Known Niches for Web Designers

We've all heard it before:  You need to find your “niche.” So today, I’m gonna keep the post short & sweet and dive right in to talk about what that means, why you should niche down and share 7 niches for web designers to consider.

Don't worry if you're not a web designer this still can apply to our friends in complementary fields such as copywriters, photographers, graphic designers, illustrators and coaches.

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