Every marketing website should have quality photographs of the people involved. Nay, not just photos. Portraits! You may not have the resources to hire a professional portraitist, so here are some tips to do it yourself.
I consider testimonials to be among the absolute minimum content needs for a service-based business’s marketing website. Here is why, with tips on how to ask for and manage them yourself.
Years ago I read “Not Buying It: My Year Without Shopping” by Judith Levine, just for fun. Then, years later, I read it again (for even more fun!). It was an experiment I wanted to toy with sometime, if not fully take on.
Years ago I became interested in stacking rocks, like you see in motivational posters that say “BALANCE”. An idea came to me: what if I took found "normal" rock stacks and, using the same rocks, tried to create balances that are more dramatic?
A hummingbird helps fight a raging fire, a drop of water at a time. Remembering the moral of this story inspired me. Here’s what I did.
A profound personal resource reinforced by animated badasses.
Professionally at least, here is what I’ve been (doing) lately.
Do you take appointments for your business? You need an online scheduler. Period. Here’s why.
Did you know that you can keep the Gmail interface AND manage your personal and business email in one window?
Group gift-giving made way more fun, collaborative, on-target, and mindfully less voluminous. Perfect for teams or families, at holidays or anytime a group gift-exchange is in order.