Every successful business reaches a stage where it goes beyond its own comfort zone, and begins to challenge the convention — status quo, the norm, industry standard. These defining moments are what set your brand apart from others, and allow your voice to be heard.
If you’ve thought of creating an online course, or have one yourself, this post is for you. Below are a few of the tools that helped me create my course.
In this article, I’m sharing the process behind launching your newest product or course. If this is your first time venturing into this territory, I’ve got ya covered on where to start.
Once you are ready to transition your personal brand (whether it be a service-based income, blog, consulting, or any other type of business) into info-products, you will most likely encounter some sort of branding quandary.
If you are in a position where hiring a designer isn’t in the cards quite yet, you can certainly DIY your own branding until you are ready for that next step.
Although I may be biased, I truly believe that a quality brand identity builds trust, and immediately establishes your business as professional. Today, I wanted to share a few tips that have helped me build a strong reputation + brand, attracting my ideal clients and readers.
Everyone is creative, but it looks different for each person. Creativity isn’t reserved for artists, it is a mindset that just requires a bit of cultivating.
I always love peeking behind the curtain of someone’s business, and seeing their process and how it is effective for their business. Over the past few months, I have developed a process that works really well for my clients, and actually hardly leads to any revisions.
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 few of you have asked about my experience with Lunch + Learn — what I have learned from hosting a webinar, the logistics of it, and how it is going. Here are a few of my insights from hosting a monthly webinar:
After I quit my job, and pursued my own studio, I knew I had to get it together! And that meant growing the blog, with hopes of creating helpful content that would attract ideal clients – and let’s be honest, some friends along the way!
Being an expert instinctually builds more trust in your service. Because of this trust, your client or customer respects you from the beginning and has a strong value in your work, and looks for your guidance and opinion.
If you have a business, or blog, most likely you understand the significance that branding plays in establishing yourself in your field. But what can you do if you don’t have the funds to allocate to branding from the get go?
I don’t know about you guys, but pricing your services sometimes seems like a mystery. I don’t claim to have it all figured out, but I thought I would share insight to why I listed my prices publicly on my site this week!
After my post listing ‘4 simple steps to creating a blog style guide’, I had a lot of interaction from you guys (thanks!). Because of that response, I thought I would share a few common design mistakes, and how you can easily avoid them.
I wasn’t actively seeking another job, however I always did have my eye out for a position at my dream company: Fossil. Fossil is a clothing, watches + accessories store with immaculate color palettes, and quality materials + designs.
I wanted to write this post to provide helpful tips from what I have learned from growing my blog 448% in 3 months, as well as encourage you to just go for it!
If you wait for your branding, that idea you have, or your blog to be perfect… you just might never start it. Don’t overthink it!
When it comes to your business, here are a few pitfalls you can easily avoid, in order to make your brand identity as quality as your business is!
I am no stranger to the overwhelming sensation that too many ideas can bring. I have loved this journey of starting my business so far, however sometimes I feel paralyzed and pulled too many directions.