A lot of people have trouble understanding the difference between website domains, hosting and content. I decided to use my home analogy to help explain.
It’s easy to feel like you don’t fit in when you haven’t found your purpose. The takeaway I got from this is how important it is to share your journey once you have. Be a lighthouse for others and help guide the other weirdos. These are your people – and they’ll be your biggest supporters.
Whether you’re looking to hire a contractor to build your dream office, a web designer to create a killer website, a brand strategist to create a kickass brand or even if you’re looking at taking on a partner to share the load – here are some key red flags to look out for:
The truth is, there’s really no right answer here. It’s like asking “how long is a piece of string?”. A website could be as little as $250 or as much as $250 000 dollars. It really all comes down to what exactly you need your new website to do for you.
Your logo is the face of your company – and it’s common knowledge that an attractive face gets more suitors…
Consumers will automatically associate this image with your company, so it’s definitely worth splashing out on a professional graphic designer to create the perfect image to represent your brand.
Your font choices say a lot about your brand. Type matters because it is one of the main pillars of good design. In branding, we use different fonts to communicate different messaging, psychology and emotions. In short, your font forms a relationship with your audience before they have even read it.
I’m so sick of seeing clients held hostage by self-proclaimed “web designers” who clearly have no fucking clue what they are doing, aside from making a few changes to a free WordPress template. So, I decided that the world needs a list of things to check before they jump into bed with just anyone who claims to know what they are doing.
With this simple, 10-step checklist, you can improve your website without spending hours on it so that you can increase your visibility, get more traffic, and elevate your business.
You know how I’m always preaching about using social media to build personal connections with your audience, right?Well, some people take this a little too far… Building relationships and starting conversations on Facebook is ALWAYS going to get you more business action than hard sales.In fact, Facebook has literally been trained to look for posts […]