One page websites have become incredibly popular today but the truth is that they have always been around. At one point they were called squeeze pages, long drawn out sales pitches in the style of a second hand car salesman. Then gradually another web term was used to describe it as a “landing page.” Whats the difference between a landing page and a squeeze page? Download our guide to find out what they really are and how to create one that works for you.
Every self-employed person or business needs an email marketing strategy and by my calculation 90% of the businesses I come across at the very least try to implement one.
Feedly is nothing new in terms of functionality or age having been around for several years now but it’s a worthy tool to keep in your business arsenal.
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My desktop PC is my workstation and sometimes I need access to it when I’m not sitting in front of it and thanks to Chrome Remote Desktop I can do that and I can do it pretty easiliy.
There are plenty of remote access apps available on the market but I don’t work in I.T. and I don’t want the hassle or security risk of having to set those up. I need something quick and easy to use for the odd occasions that I’m out of the office and need immediate access to my desktop.
In terms of marketing my business, one strategy that’s worked well for me is content marketing. Content marketing is the ability to create good, informative content and then share it. This could also be known as blogging.
The term “blog” was born with an unprofessional demeanor and even today most businesses hold off of using the term or function of a blog because they think its unprofessional but to be honest if you don’t have one or utilise it then you’re really letting your business down.
5 of my most valued design tools. I’m talking about the little specific things which make life so much easier for a designer like me:
1.Ink dropper/Colour picker
When I was a young lad my first experience of digital graphics was Windows Paint. Easily enough I figured out what each tool did, except for the ink dropper. I could see what it did but I thought “What exactly is the point?”