Posts in Business
How I outline my business plans for the New Year

Soooo the new year is coming around the corner hot and you’ve been struck by the feeling that you should probably do some planning for the year to come . . . buttttt, you don’t really know where to start, eh?

I’m going to share how I reflect on my past year and plan for the coming one in this post today, so feel free to take some tips and plan the next year of your business alongside me!

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Honesty hour: What a year without Instagram did to my business

I’m sure if you run a business too you feel the pressure to be on all the social platforms, especially the current Queen of social media - Instagram!

We all seem to have this guilt and feeling like we ‘have’ to be on Instagram, especially for our businesses. But let’s be real, a lot of people are starting to get over the social media hype, live more in their ‘real life’ and less in the often very fake world of social.

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9 top web designers spill their best business-building advice

Let’s face it. Starting an online business is HARD.

There are so many things to think about—picking your niche, designing your website, figuring out all things legal + taxes, choosing a CRM, finding your brand vibe, getting clients, nailing down finances—the list goes on and on!

It’s no wonder many online businesses fail before they even really get started…it’s an overwhelming process.

I get it. I’ve been there.

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3 lies the internet tells us about getting clients as a web designer

I’m sure as a fellow business owner you know what I’m talking about when I say it feels like there’s a pressure about what we ‘should’ be doing to get clients in our business.

It seems like everyone out there has the latest and greatest marketing strategy which you must do in order to get clients.

But I have good news! A lot of these things we’re hearing are just lies and I will tell you honestly that I know you can run a fully booked studio without listening to the noise.

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