Give New Life to Your Website

The design of a website is so much more than making sure it’s visually pleasing. While that aspect plays a very important role, it’s more important to make sure the site also offers great content. Make your website functional and resourceful so users get the most from their visit, and return. Evans Walsh, writer for... Read More


When to “Break Up” with a Freelance Client

Many freelance writers take any and every writing gig they can get when starting out, to build clientele. As your experience increases, your client base grows and your time becomes much more valuable, there may clients that end up costing you time and money. It’s not easy to end a working relationship, but sometimes it’s... Read More


Block Internet Provider Tracking

Recently a bill that protected Internet privacy rules was dismantled, making user’s online usage and information more vulnerable to being shared without permission. Now more than ever, it’s important to take steps to protect yourself and your private information. It may sound intimidating, but being proactive can keep your information more secure and avoid hassles... Read More


Tips for Learning a New DSLR Camera

Buying a DSLR camera can be intimidating, especially for someone who is new to photography. DSLR cameras are a little more complex than a standard point-and-shoot digital camera due to their many different settings. Whether you’re new to DSLR cameras, or just need to brush up on its operation, here are six tips that can... Read More


Mental Prompts to Help Take Better Photos

To some, photography seems simple: find something to take a picture of, press a button, and viola you have a great image. However, professional photographers know that there is a lot more thought put into photos. Asking yourself these seven questions before taking a photo can result in better images. Kav Dadfar, writer for Digital... Read More


Email Marketing in 2017

Email marketing has been around for many years and is still one of the most popular forms of marketing. However, like most types of content marketing, email marketing has had to make some adaptations in order to keep up with the ever-changing marketing world. Following these best practices can help ensure you have a successful... Read More


11 Tips for Making a Good First Impression

It takes less than a second for someone to form a first impression. First impressions, whether in business or on a personal level, are long-lasting, which means it’s vitally important to make the right one. These 11 tips can help you make the best first impression possible in any situation. Jacqueline Zenn, writer for Hubspot,... Read More


Bounce Rate and How to Fix It

For someone who is not familiar with website analytic terms, bounce rate may not have any specific meaning. However, for someone who knows the ins and outs of website analytics, a website’s bounce rate can have significant meaning. Learn what exactly a bounce rate is and how to fix a less than perfect one. Amanda... Read More


Decide if Paid Blogging is Right for You

Freelance writers pitch their story ideas to any and all print and online magazines, book publishers, etc., but there’s one big opportunity they may look over. Blogging is no longer something to be looked down on as “just blogging” and not a credible income stream. Getting paid to blog is a huge part of content... Read More


Photographers’ Footprints on the Environment

Photographers often have the benefit of being able to travel to amazing places to do their work. Taking care to create as minimal an impact as possible is something you may not think much about. However, as most professional photographers know, it is important to always keep the environment around you in mind while working... Read More