Having your own website means you can be found by customers who would otherwise be discovering your competition and allows you to create your own online customer experience, unique to you and your business.
You’ve noticed how all your competitors have started representing themselves with professional, high-quality imagery, so you’ve taken the leap and booked your first brand photoshoot. Now how do you make the most of it?
I see so many new businesses struggling to convert clients because they have tried to save some $$ with a DIY website. With the rise of tools like Squarespace, the temptation to take on this part of your business yourself is all too much for some to resist.
Investing in fresh, high quality and relevant images of ourselves is crucial if we want to connect with our audience through digital marketing channels, but often the investment required in time and money stops businesses from prioritising this vital step
One of the pain points I hear from my clients again and again when it comes to choosing a designer is that they don’t understand the process, OR, find the process of creating all the content required for a killer website arduous and difficult to complete. Here I break down my process and explain how I make it pain-free for all my clients
How do you catch someone’s attention and get them to keep reading? How do you create a connection with someone through a screen and convey the information you have, that they’re looking for, before they hit the back button?
With the average time someone spends on a website being a staggeringly low 15 seconds, creating a great first impression is vital. The best way to do that? Eye-catching imagery.
SEO… just those three little letters can leave most of us tearing our hair out. You understand that search engine optimisation is important, and you’ve identified your business’ keywords. Yet you’re still nowhere to be found in Google! Let’s try and change that.
SEO is vital so that your business can be found. It’s so important you know all the tips and tricks to get your Squarespace website optimised for search engines and in this article, I discuss all the ways to do that in 2022.
Finding time to work on your business when you’re a business mum is a juggle we all know all too well. I try to outline some of the ways I’ve been attempting to make it work in my life.