Last week, during the final episode of this lunch + learn season, I shared how I went from freelancing to now working with a team. This has been such a huge transition for my business, and one that has allowed Spruce Rd. to grow.
Creative entrepreneurs only have so many hours in the day, yet we expect ourselves to complete so many tasks. If we automate some of the small tasks that pile up, we can save ourselves time and stress.
In this tutorial, Meg Summerfield shows us how to overcome obstacles through modifying the CSS in your Squarespace site.
A subscription library is a form of passive income, where customers pay a monthly fee to receive new downloads or resources each month. Lauren set up her subscription library about 1.5 years ago, and today it continues to be one of the most consistent sources of passive income for Elle & Co.
Considering a virtual assistant for your business? Let’s talk about what you need to do to make that happen!
Jenna shared so many great tips, that I’m sure you will walk away inspired + encouraged to make your side project dreams happen. Included is a worksheet providing a loose guideline to help you launch your product.
While it is fresh on my mind, I thought it would be appropriate to recap my first year of business. My intention is to freely share what has worked best for me, with the goal of providing a behind the scenes peek for those interested in starting a freelance business.
Rachel will be teaching us how to utilize the ever popular platform, Squarespace, to create an ecommerce shop. Squarespace is such a powerful platform, and is what I highly recommend to my clients for that reason.
Getting noticed online is crucial for every modern small business. Though each business or blog has its unique audience, and therefore marketing strategy, everyone should focus on a few key elements in order to start getting noticed online.
Your core message is a simple but elegant statement, just a sentence or two, that sums up all that you do. It’s the heart of your business, the catalyst for all of your content, the touchstone that you return to again and again when you have new ideas or start playing that comparison game we know all too well.
I am beyond thrilled to have the ladies behind October Ink shed insight into how they attract + book their ideal clients. I have been long time fans of their work, and am excited to learn myself how they attract such a stellar cast of clients.
A lot of people are scared of InDesign because it is so robust, but Kelsey of Paper & Oats has a way of easing you into it. InDesign is a great program to use for PDF worksheets, books, e-books and all publications.
The monthly Lunch + Learn series brings together fellow creatives for an intimate discussion of design tips, interviews with creatives, as well as other resources to add to your skill set.