Your Website: The Hub of Your Online Communication

This post was written by Holly of Holly E Design. We are both local to the Denver area and got connected through a designer-centric Facebook group a few years ago. It’s been so fun to have business friends that I can hang out with in real life. We’ve enjoyed leaning on each other and I am so grateful for her openness and advocacy. I’m sure most of you have websites — but is it the home of your online communications? …

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The 8 Secrets to a Magnetic Homepage (FB Live Replay)

Feeling lost trying to put together your homepage? You’re not alone! In this video, we’re going to discuss eight principles I use every time I design a client’s homepage, with lots of visual examples and practical tips along the way. Thank you to Jordan Jones for hosting me for this Facebook Live! Back in Spring of 2020, She put together a wonderful Facebook group for small business owners who were trying to figure out how to navigate the craziness of …

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4 Tips to Find Your Brand Voice (so You Can Write Your Own Content)

This is a guest post by Allison Barnett, a wonderful copywriter who I met when I was presented with the Premier WordPress Web Designer Award a couple of months ago. I absolutely love hiring copywriters to provide valuable content on brand messaging, brand voice, and how to write more effectively as a small business owner. As much as I adore a beautiful website design, it won’t get you very far without strategic copy. Read on to learn how to find …

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Social Media for Small Businesses

Lessons Learned: Social Media for Small Businesses

This guest post comes from the wonderful Casey Watson. I’ve known her husband since high school and actually had the opportunity to help him with his branding/website for Fiscal Fluency a while back. So fun! When I found out Casey was a talented copywriter (who is familiar with the Storybrand marketing framework), I knew I had to hire her write a couple of posts for the Ember & Co community. You’re going to love her! You can check out her …

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4 Ways to Improve your Marketing

Business Slow? Here are 4 Ways to Improve your Marketing.

This guest post comes from the wonderful Casey Watson. I’ve known her husband since high school and actually had the opportunity to help him with his branding/website for Fiscal Fluency a while back. So fun! When I found out Casey was a talented copywriter (who is familiar with the Storybrand marketing framework), I knew I had to hire her write a couple of posts for the Ember & Co community. You’re going to love her! Every business experiences slow seasons, …

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When & How Solopreneurs Should Consider Outsourcing

4 Tasks Solopreneurs Should Consider Outsourcing

THis guest post is provided by Courtney at GigSpark.biz. Courtney hopes to be a resource to people who are looking to join the gig economy, either to supplement their income or as a way to fulfill their dreams of becoming an entrepreneur. You’ve worked single-handedly to build your dream business from the ground up, and you should be proud of all of that hard work! If you want to continue this success, you should also be aware of when it’s …

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VoyageDenver "Trailblazers" Interview

VoyageDenver “Trailblazers” Interview

A couple of weeks ago, I had the honor of being interviewed by VoyageDenver. They’ve been hard at work on their “Trailblazers” series, and my wonderful friend/photographer Kira Whitney nominated me to be part of it. What a fun surprise! Their description of this series:The editorial team has a special attachment to our new series, The Trailblazers: Rewriting the Narrative, because so many of us feel that media portrayals of women have been too one dimensional. Today, women are doing …

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Why Your Ecommerce Store Is Struggling To Get Off The Ground

Why Your Ecommerce Store Is Struggling To Get Off The Ground

This is a guest post by ecommerce expert, Rodney Laws, Editor at Ecommerce Platforms. Ecommerce is a fantastic industry to start your entrepreneurial adventure in. There’s so much flexibility in how you can run an online store. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean you’re looking at a guaranteed home run every time The majority of new ecommerce stores will struggle to get started and amass an audience, with 90% of them failing within the first few months. Here’s why you may be heading to …

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An Honest Dubsado Review after 3 Years: 3 Strengths, 3 Tips, 3 Weaknesses (+ 20% off)

For anyone who’s been around for a while, it’s no secret that I L-O-V-E Dubsado. I sang its praises way back in 2017, and that blog post has turned out to be a huge help to others who are considering a CRM (client relationship management) solution for themselves. I’m so glad! If you haven’t read it yet, you can find it here. However, after three years in the Dubsado Facebook Community – and chatting with business friends who have considered …

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