Articles about digital marketing, organized by topic.
If you're trying to find more freelance clients, you've got it all backwards. Instead, spend time giving potential clients more ways to find you.Everyone How to Write Great Copy When You’re Not Actually a Copywriter
Learn how to write great copy for your website that converts viewers into customers even if you don't have experience with copywriting, sales, or marketing.Freelancers The Ultimate Guide to Getting More Clients From Your Website
Can't seem to make your portfolio website generate enough leads to grow your design business? This is the ultimate guide to getting more freelance clients.Freelancers How to Market Yourself to Startups as a Freelancer
Over 100 million new businesses each year are trying to stake their claim in the startup world, but with so many businesses trying to create "the next big thing", finding the right startup to work with is tricky.Freelancers Should you call yourself a freelancer or a consultant?
Before deciding what to call yourself, it's important to understand how people perceive consultants and freelancers, but at the end of the day, the way you position yourself is more important than what you call yourself.Freelancers How to Identify and Attract Your Ideal Freelance Client
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have the perfect clients always reaching out to you for work? It’s not only possible, but completely attainable for any freelancer. The key to attracting the right clients starts with understanding what you offer and what your clients are looking for.Everyone Gravity Forms + ConvertKit: The Killer Combo That Defeated MailChimp
When I first started my newsletter, my goal was to cultivate an audience that I could educate and offer paid products to in the future. So, I quickly researched popular email marketing platforms and chose MailChimp, but it turns out that ConvertKit was the better choice.Everyone Get Hired With The Perfect Online Student Portfolio
If you are pursuing a degree in any digital or creative field, it is no longer optional that you have a personal website to show off your best work to potential employers. Thanks to many of the latest advancements in web technology, it's easy for anyone to make one.Freelancers The Golden Question No Other Freelancer Is Asking
The freelancing market is more oversaturated now that it has ever been before. If you really want to stand out from the crowd, simply asking this question will tell the client that you know what you are doing and that you care about their business.Freelancers How to Successfully Kickstart Your Freelancing Career
When I first started freelancing, I didn't quite know what I was doing. Here are 6 simple tips for taking your freelancing career to the next level as you work towards getting more projects and clients.Clients Good Looks Don’t Bring In Sales
Pretty doesn’t count. There are plenty of designers out there capable of providing a brilliant design for your website. However, form and function don’t always solve underlying problems and meet the clients ultimate goals.Clients Viewing Your Website as a Powerful Business Tool
Viewing your website as a business tool requires a perspective shift. You have to see it as an investment rather than an expense and it all starts by asking the right questions. Broader, more business-oriented questions.Clients How Long Does it Take to Build a Website?
Whenever I am prospecting a new opportunity with a client, I often get asked how long it will take me to build the new website or application. The short answer is, it depends. Here are some factors that affect the timeline of a web project.Clients Debunking the SEO Myth
SEO isn't something that you need to hire a company to do and it's not something you need to pay for. SEO is something anyone can do on their own and it's completely free.