It’s been awhile since we first started our blog, however we realized after about 6 months that it wasn’t getting the attention we thought it would. No pity parties though---we’ve all had that moment in some part of our business plans when things didn’t go as planned and we knew it meant that we needed to reassess our approach right away.
Month: February 2017
When you get started running your web business it’s pretty common for you to take any client that has a pulse and money. Some people may even decide than no pulse but money is a fine trade off, but you never can account for those Walking Dead fans.
It’s becoming increasingly common for company CEOs to wear more than just their CEO hat. Particularly with startups and smaller companies, you sometimes don’t even have the luxury of staying within those boundaries; trust me, I know from personal experience.
There are two ways to showcase your creative work to your future clients: showing them and showing them the right way. Some believe that showcasing a portfolio project in itself is a creative work and even more important than creating the project itself. I, personally, have seen great presentations of mediocre portfolios converting more users into leads than a great creative portfolio which was presented poorly. Simply put, using effective presentation techniques will boost the value of a project.