As you are aware, branding and design are often the first impression your business makes with its customers. Through paying attention to the design, you can actually increase sales, newsletter lists, or clients.
Instead of focusing on quick strategies to grow your following, I wanted to share actionable tips to build an audience with purpose, value, and in a natural way. Even if you are new to blogging, don’t have a blog, or have yet to open Mailchimp, you can follow these strategies and start growing your newsletter today!
It’s no secret here, my blog has been the best way to promote my business, and attract my ideal clients. In order to do this, you have to create a reason for them to stick around.
Once you have clarity about the next steps for your business, it is time to transition from your personal online space to your professional one. This can get tricky, and you want to make sure you transition in a way that feels right.
So many bloggers feel stuck when it comes to design. I have been diligently working behind the scenes to create a self-paced ecourse that will provide the step-by-step process to creating a blog post style guide.
Through my experience in blogging, I have found a few foundational elements that create a successful blog post design, to help you get noticed! I also provided a FREE cheat sheet at the bottom of this post, of my personal go-to for writing catchy copy, and brainstorming blog post ideas.
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!
Here are a few WordPress plugins that have increased my productivity, and given me the added functionality my website was lacking before. Hope these help you out!
As an entrepreneur, I have been there! Deciding on a name can be such a daunting task. You feel like this is the first impression your audience/clients have of your business, and you want it to be reflected accurately. Here are a few tips on deciding between the two.
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 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 are a blogger who is on a budget, here are a few tips to develop a blog post graphic style guide, that will not only help streamline your process, but also provide a consistent + familiar face to your blog.
I am all about being productive and streamlining any process: whether it is through Illustrator shortcuts, utilizing templates or publishing blog posts. Here are a few tips that have helped me post frequently, that will hopefully resonate with you as well!
One tip that has helped me with photography is to utilize interesting background textures. I have compiled a few easy + inexpensive solutions that have added depth to my photographs!
However you develop your blog post ideas, it is necessary to stay organized + on top of your blog, if you want a consistent readership and a professional voice.