Posts tagged Small Business
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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Why Sticking to a Timeline is Key to Your Business’ Success

Here’s why you need to have a timeline: it creates a synergy between you and the client. Not only does it allow you to plan better but you can also deliver your services on time and communicate correctly so the client feels involved and follows through on their side of the deal.

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2018 In Review: A Lot of Unexpected Change

Ohhh, January—the month of resolutions and reflections. I figured I’d hop right onto the bandwagon and break down what 2018 was like for me and how to bring more light into a new year. But note, my friend, this post might not be what you expected.

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How To Determine What To Charge For Your Services

When it comes to figuring out how much you should charge in the first place, the formula is actually quite simple! I like to calculate a range of how much I need to make in the year all the way to how much I’d ideally like to make in the year. I do this by following a simple formula.

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My 5 Favorite Etsy Shops For The Holidays (And Every day!)

I love supporting small during the holidays (and everyday) because as a small business myself, I see firsthand how powerful it can be to the lives of others. That’s why Etsy is one of the first places I look when I need anything: gifts, knick knacks, inspiration, or personalized items.

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What To Do if You're in a Business or Life Slump (Plus a Free Gratitude Sheet Printable!)

After a few heartbreaks and challenges over the years, I’ve really narrowed down how to determine if I’m in a slump both personally and professionally, and how to get out of it in the best possible way.

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The Best Email Marketing Platforms for Small Businesses

People need to know that you’re in your business for the long haul. Whether you have a service or product, it’s important to get in front of the eyes of the people you want to work with so that you will be top of mind when they need it, and email marketing is the perfect way to do this.

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5 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Quit My Job

They say that you learn the most about yourself the second you step out of your comfort zone. I’m going to be honest, guys—I thought I was already in a comfort zone when I left my full-time job, but I didn’t know how much I’d learn about myself in the process. Here are the 5 things I wish I knew before quitting my full-time job.

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The Most Frequently Asked Questions I Receive (Both Business + Personal!)

I’m getting down and dirty and answering the most frequent questions I see between social channels, talking to you in the DMs and just about anything in between.

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Why I Use Affiliate Links in My Business (And Why You Should Too)

I loved the idea of sharing the things I was already sharing in an organic way but allowing people (and myself) the opportunity to help support me in something they may have already done. The easiest thing about affiliate links is that the process only takes about 2-5 minutes.

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The 3 Podcasts That Will Change Your Business

It’s no secret that podcasts have ramped up the way we consume content over the last 10 years. As a pretty (self-proclaimed) efficient multitasker myself, podcasts allow me to keep my brain “on” and learning while knocking items off my to-do list. It’s a win/win!

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How I Manage My Time As An Entrepreneur (Plus a free Calendar printable!)

Whenever I'm talking to new clients or friends that have a side hustle, it seems like time management is everyone’s biggest struggle. There’s so much to do in a day, not enough time to do it and it can be really overwhelming. I knew I needed to figure out my time management when I had quit my full-time job and was still working 10-12 hours a day.

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I Use Stock Photography (And You Should Too!)

When I found stock photography (and no, not the tacky kind), my business and brand were beyond belief. Not only can customers expect to see my products in a clean way that celebrates my products, but they can expect a specific branding every time.

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My Business in 2018: Tons of Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

I took stock of my business earlier this month and wrote down the good, the bad and the ugly. I wrote down what I loved to do most and the tasks I dreaded doing. The result? HUGE changes that will be happening (and slowly implementing) throughout the year.

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