Common Web Design Terms Cheat Sheet (Free Download!)

If you’ve ever been in a meeting or on a call with your web designer and not understood anything that they’re saying, you’re not alone. There are tons of web design terms used to describe both the design process and the website itself.

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Optimize Your Website With Squarespace's Newest SEO Features

SEO Is one of those subjects most people avoid (I used to be one of them), but it’s important to set yourself up for success with your website so it can continue to work behind the scenes for you instead of continuously turning your wheels to get more page views.

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How to get website content from clients quicker + charge more for your websites

This post is for all of the web designers out there who struggle with getting content from their clients in a timely fashion.

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How to Network When You’re an Introvert

For introverts, networking can be a push-and-pull of knowing the event may bring you business while the debilitating fear of going up to someone you don’t know can really bring a mood down. Read on to discover a few tips I’ve put together to help introverts with networking.

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Why You Need to Care About Blue Light as an Entrepreneur

Here’s a shocking discovery: blue light also damages your skin and accelerate skin aging. Cue the sarcastic confetti. Over time (and without even realizing it), exposing my skin to blue light was giving it a nice, dull look and feel and contributing to wrinkle development and dark spot enhancement.

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Why You Should Register Your Business As An LLC

An LLC is a “Limited Liability Company”—pretty much the tax halfway mark between a sole proprietorship and a corporation. It sounds official, but really it means you’re in small business heaven because an LLC gives you the tax benefits of a sole proprietorship with the liability protection of a corporation.

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My 5 favorite ShowIt Web Designers

Showit may not be a name that you hear often but it’s become extremely popular lately in the world of websites. This is a third-party platform that helps you customize your site without moving your blog from the platform you may be used to—Wordpress.

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