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What To Include On Your Contact Page

  No one really thinks about the contact page of a website. I mean really it’s just like sending an email no extra frills needed, right? WRONG! How many times have you went to a brand’s extra generic contact page to fill out a form and never be contacted by the brand...

What To Write On Your Services Page

  If you’re a service-based business then it’s a no-brainer that a services page should be apart of your website. The basic purpose of your services page is to tell your potential clients aka your website visitors what your business does and how they can work with...

What To Write On Your About Page

  Did you know your about page is one of the most visited places on your website? It’s also probably one of the hardest pages you'll write as well. I get it! It’s hard writing about yourself sometimes. Your about page actually helps you get a one-up on your...

5 Common Website Copy Mistakes

  You know what the hardest part of designing a website is? Writing the damn copy! I will literally design a site and let it sit for days because I have no idea what to write on the pages. While looks are VERY important When it comes to catching the eye of the people...

How To Start An Email List For Your Business

Do you remember MySpace? Ok - I know I’m a millennial dinosaur as I’m approaching my 30s but back in the day MySpace.com was LIT! Having a huge friend list was pretty much equivalent to having 10K+ Instagram followers today. As we all know MySpace suddenly went away...

Favorite Fonts of The Month Vol. V

Modena | Font Duo The Modena font duo was love at first glance. It's serif and signature font styles are immediately eye-catching with a modern yet feminine appeal. SaveSave London | A Luxe Serif London is beautiful serif font and a perfect match for a luxury,...

Is WordPress Right For You?

    I often get asked what's the best platform to build a website with? My personal favorite happens to be WordPress.org. The reason I love WordPress is because it’s flexible, customizable, and scalable as your business starts to grow. WordPress is perfect for......