The simple answer is yes! But let’s chat more about the different approaches you could take as a business owner; A website with all the bells and whistles, but you have not gone live yet, cos it is not complete.Your website is a ‘living’ thing; it’s never going to be fully complete; it should andContinue reading “Do I really need a website?”
Part 2 of my previous post on types of content to include in your membership site. Here are the last 5 to consider; Stand Alone ContentNot every piece of membership content needs to be a full course or a live session. Blogs, tutorials, how-to’s, or “mini-courses” are very valuable to your community. This works particularlyContinue reading “12 Types of Content to include in your Membership site – Part 2”
Are you thinking about a membership website? What kind of content do you need to include? You should think of your membership website as a value exchange. As long as you keep adding benefits to your members with content, resources, and value in your product – your tribe will keep supporting you in continued subscriptionContinue reading “12 Types of Content to include in your Membership Site – Part 1”
How to Determine When to Use JPGs vs. PNGs
So what are the emerging or already been in place for a while … trends for 2021? Email continues to be the most effective online marketing tool.As the pandemic has changed our way of life in so many ways, email marketing just became even more trendy rolling in 2021. Email sending volume increased by 20%Continue reading “5 Email marketing trends for 2021”
Canva is always looking for ways to help you look fabulous! One of the recent updates was to add a curved text feature to the effects button on the toolbar. It allows you to get creative using text … like this. Watch my quick step-by-step tutorial on where to find this design trick, have fun!
If you are not a graphic designer, like me, when you see all these different digital photo options, it can be confusing on what to use when?! Cos apparently, it makes a difference. JPEGs tend to have a smaller file size and load faster than PNG. However, every time you save a JPEG, it losesContinue reading “How to Determine When to Use JPGs vs. PNGs for your website”