Hey there! I hope you’re having a great summer. Boy time is just flying by. I can’t believe it will be Labor Day in a few weeks! 🙂 If you’ve had a presence on social media for a while, you Read More. . .
If you’ve ever been concerned about whether or not your website is reaching your customers or community, you may want to take a look at the types of content you feature and how you tell them about it. Ask yourself Read More. . .
Preparing for a shoot can be a laborious and daunting task – even more so for the small business owner, who is on a budget. It is not uncommon for SMB owners to just whip out their cellphone and snap Read More. . .
Are you stuck trying to come up with a cost-effective way to drum-up more online sales offline? Then you may want to check out this week’s featured post from Constance Gustke at The NY Times. Gustke provides some choice “golden Read More. . .
I’m often surprised at the number of small business owners who want teach themselves web design, because they think they can save money by building their own website. I’ve been in business for myself for the past 7 years and Read More. . .
How Bauhaus Are You? or Why Your Museum’s Website is the Best “Gallery” Space You Never Knew You Had
One of biggest challenges that small businesses and institutions face is “doing more with less”. I worked briefly for a company that designed products for museum gifts shops. We worked with some of the biggest museums in the world and Read More. . .
Making sure that your company’s message resonates with your target audience is critical to the success of any business today. We are bombarded with thousands of “messages” each day so it can be difficult to stand out in what feels Read More. . .
Hi there! I hope you’re week is off to a good start. I know you’re super busy so I’m going to just dive right in. It’s actually two blog posts from Entrepreneur Magazine. The first is from John Boinott about Read More. . .
Now we all know that a bad review can wreak havoc on your reputation. Just ask our friend and NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio. No matter what the poor man and the Department of Sanitation say or do (even if Read More. . .