30 Burst results for "Web Designer"

How to choose an EVIT program and how to enroll with Blair Howland, EVIT Recruiter

Good morning, EVIT!

04:07 min | 7 months ago

How to choose an EVIT program and how to enroll with Blair Howland, EVIT Recruiter

"To take this time to help. Our future students and parents connect with someone that can really help you. He's one of our recruiters and someone that can help you or someone you know. Learn about even in the programs offered blair howland. I'll let him explain about what he does. Yeah absolutely i mean a big part of what i do is go out and talk about what is even and and how can a student see themselves coming here and talking to them about the various credentials what it means to earn that credential and how that positions them to go out and what we call that post secondary environment whether it be continuing an education or going into an actual job or career. That's a lot to think about as a high school student. Or what's that conversation like all begins. Was somebody sitting down and investing themselves. Like i do in this role and saying what's gonna make you happy and as you explore that. What other questions do you encourage them to ask. What's the earning potential. And if you do the job well what does it lead to. Can you explain what you mean by that like. What does that sound like. I talked to them about you. Know if you do the job well do. They have an interest to be potentially a business owner so maybe if they're a web designer and they build that reputation as doing extraordinary web design. Maybe that leads them to going into having their own web design business goals to be a resource and get them thinking further than high school. Yeah absolutely i mean there's all of these competencies and dimensions that all explore with them individual to really find out what's going to be the best fit for them not just short-term to achieve what it takes to finish and get across the finish line here even get that certification but also what it takes long term to be successful and if it's going to be a great fit for those goals for that individual. What would you like students and parents to know about you. Just that you know. My absolute best interest is for every student to become incredibly successful in whatever endeavor path. The they choose. That's why i'm here. That's the singular thing that motivates me. Really cool why are you so passionate that way. I'm somebody that came from working at the high school environment for many years and was actually a coach. So i'm extremely proud being able to talk about this magical place and how it transforms a young person and it's something so rewarding for me. That's awesome so now. You bring all your coach skills to the eib recruiter role. Tell me do you have any coach's corner tips for anyone. Thinking of joining the yvette family. Former coach i'm all about trust the process. You know we have. We have a map and it's a proven roadmap and if you trust that we're going to get there then i can give you the help along the way to submit the application. Get the documents that we need. Get the actual schedule. That you're looking for that makes the best sense for you and guess what now. You're ready to come here and get into that program that you wanted to get into nice. It's amazing how fast time flies before we wrap up the show. Is there anyone that you would like to give a shout out to. I really wanna give a shout out to all of the educators right now. That have have been so amazing overcome challenges with this particular school year and have shown tremendous commitment that they have to to their students. I also wanna give a shout out to the students as well for coming to it every day. Loving being here and i was fortunate enough to come across a group of students here. Can i just ask them how their week was and they just shouted out that it was epic they were part of the fire science program here that kind of thing just it just makes you realize how special how awesome Being a part of these valley institute of technology really really is extremely rewarding.

Blair Howland Yvette Valley Institute Of Technology
Interview with Kenny Harper & Manny Torres of Rock My Image

The DigitalMarketer Podcast

05:38 min | 8 months ago

Interview with Kenny Harper & Manny Torres of Rock My Image

"Manny and Kenny Hello Welcome to the digital marketer podcast. So excited to have you both here. Glad to be here. Excited this is going to be awesome in epic. Awesome Ethic I love it. Can we it do names and voices just people are listening know exactly who's speaking when so introduce yourselves and people now? My name is Kenny Harper and this is my voice. So if you hear me talking, this is Kenny. Harper. Very literal I loved it. Says many tourists and this is my voice and I'm Jenna. This is my voice but y'all know me it won't change. So Amplify Your Business Rock my image. I WanNa talk out where Y'all started your entrepreneurial journey, how you learn about all this marketing stuff and just what led you to this point today. So where were you born? Just kidding I'll give you the fun story. I was born in Virginia, Beach But raised in Louisville Kentucky. In found my first passionate about fourteen years old I went to a metallica concert. I was in the snake pit and I was blown away by the huge performance, the flashing lights, the booming Bass and I knew I'd found my calling in. So I started to play in bands start to learn how to record them. We're doing shows wherever all this fun but you know what I had a passion, but it didn't have the knowledge about running a successful. Business and there's a lot of starving artists out there for a reason right and they have passion they know they love to do and they're good at it. But if they don't know the business side of things, then they're going to run into some challenges. Luckily, I was able to find a way to use my creativity in a different light in marketing. So went to school graduated and then became a student of the craft of business growth and development. In profit growth in particular along the way. I became a freelance web designer. Met My business partner Mr Manny. Torres, we formed a an agency and really started to do a lot of small business marketing. What we started to see is that some of the clients that we are marketing were growing, they're amplifying, they were scaling they're opening new locations. We're just seeing all sorts of success in a few and some of the clients that we're marketing. or saying, Hey, it's marketing isn't working and. We looking at and saying, Hey, we're doing the same thing we're giving you leads. These aren't good leads really. Is it the leads in what we really found out is that? Unless. You have a holistic approach and you have the other components of your business. synergistically, working marking may not be the answer. You really need to have a good sales process a good team, good operations you need to have all that in place, and so that's where the concept of growth amplifiers all came about, which is our podcast growth amplifiers, and that's where we're at today we were with business owners and entrepreneurs who are looking to increase their profitability. Through Proven Systems Ineffective Strategies with guidance and accountability. So that's all the way from Kentucky. To present day in being able to step in really understanding the concept behind taking that rock concept that everyone plays their own instrument. Everyone has their own unique gifts but when you can really tune in and produce that amplify it, that's how things can really be a magical. So that's back story that I have in. Make you for letting me share it. Yeah of course well. I definitely wanted to talk about some of the the interesting tidbits of like your time in rock and music and producing music and stuff like that and how it airs together. So well with marketing but I also WanNa hear I many a little bit of your story and like where you came in where you add metallica concert and may be missed each other that first time. Radically. Even though my family has a ton of musical talent in its history, I've never played any instruments but my unique talent has always been drawing and being creative and on high school I came across the fact that you can actually be a graphic designer as like, wow, I didn't know I could actually do a job with this talent assault went. To, school design in at NC state north, Carolina State, and that's where I started my graphic design career and one things I noticed at being a designer that made me different from other designers is that I didn't just create something that was visually appealing but always thought about what's the bigger picture was the strategy behind it and so when had moved Jacksonville? Design Printing Company. And I was looking for someone to partner with I was introduced to Kenny and that's one of the things that really brought a lot of synergy together was that we both thought about the big picture what's the strategy behind what we're doing what's our ultimate goal, and then how can we really leverage? What makes the client the rock star in the talent a so? that. There was a lot of synergy there when we both went to do more things because we both are all about personal development and growth we said, how can we take our business to another level and Kinney at the time had a cool thing that was rocked my facebook and I really love that branding and when we were talking about what the name of the business should be. He said, what do you think about rock by image Bam? That's awesome.

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Interview with Brandi Davis

Revision Path

06:03 min | 9 months ago

Interview with Brandi Davis

"All right. So tell us who you are and what you do? Hi, my name is Brandy Davis. I am a graphic and web designer by trade. I am recently entering into the apparel industry we're going websites for my Niche is small businesses. I love helping small businesses and entrepreneurs create their branding and get their sites off and running and able to be profitable for their businesses. Nice. Now before we kind of get more into what you do and your background and everything. I've been doing this check in with everyone this year back of the pandemic. So, how are you kind of holding up during this time? I I'm starting to balance out. Thanks for asking. I'm starting to balance out when it first started that first month was very tough wage literally work came to a stop and understandably. So everyone was scrambling trying to figure out how to shift their business models from events and different song. Things I think stuff started to sort of shift a little bit better for me. Probably around May or June right now. We're starting to wear like on an upswing. So we're starting to get more clients that are looking to now they have a better grasp of what they're doing virtually. And so now they want to execute so things are starting to pick up a little bit more but that first month was like whoa, like it was silent. I had to struggle myself to sort of figure out like, how do I shift to support people in a life that that this ideal for us virtually for it to be a graphic and web designer. This is ideal. But how do I shift my model and Mark it to my existing clients and helps them in a virtual world. So I have a shift a little bit as well as a little scary at first, but it's starting to balance out and feel a little bit more like normal. Nice. What are your work dog? Kind of looking like right now just in general. So I try to balance things out between the graphic and apparel side because I do in-house printing for that piece. So I have sort of like a split day where maybe like the first four to five hours. I'm at this desk designing probably the last and then I do like some mean time in between and then late in the evenings. I'm printing for about another 3 to 4 hours. Wow, and you're doing the the printing in-house. Yes, I would say about 93.3% I know that's a weird number, but about 93% of the printing is done in-house. I used to use an online resource, but now just to kind of keep quality and that's basically to keep quality in shape. I was like, you know, what is an investment, but I need to bring this in house to make sure that I'm giving the customer what they expect. Wow. So you must have a dog I mean, well, I don't know tell me like what does that space look like it is so I'm home base. I am fingers crossed looking to move into the studio space of bigger workspace wage, but it's literally basement Workshop setup. I have a printer that he presses everything all the equipment that I need to treat the garments. I have any other like vinyl cutting different things that I do depending on a designs. It has been self-taught to for certain extent. I was not familiar with any of this at first I had other people that I would work with so long. It's yeah, it's it's not a massive work space but it gets the job done. You know, it's enough to kind of get the job done. I utilize about a fourth of the basement. Okay, I'm curious about that because you mentioned you know that you were doing it online and I know that there's a lot of these sort of print to order type of places where you can just like upload like an EPS birth. Something upload the design and then they'll do the printing but I feel you on the quality. We try to do merge at revision path. Oh God, like two years ago. Yeah and the quad he was definitely very sketchy. Like some people would get the shirts and the image is all glitchy and stretched out and I'm like, oh I didn't expect wage is definitely a trial-and-error with different printers. Yeah, because yet you could have a good run with one printer and then all of a sudden you'll get an image a t-shirt back in your life. This is not how we should look so it is it was so hit or miss and what I didn't like was I would have customers or people it was it luckily. It was people that knew me and so they were reach out and say hey just FYI. This is how a shirt look in case other people call and say something and so that's how I would know because lung Three people who were supporting me in the beginning were friends and colleagues. So they would reach out and say hey this is what I receive. And so then it was like, okay. I have to think about other option and I did do some local printers here in Chicago for a bit, but I still needed to they all had different print processes. So one person might get one shirt printed with screen print and then one person may get a vinyl shirt. And so it was so all over the place that I was like you need to streamline this because at this point it's starting to look more like a hobby business. And so I had to make the investment my family was super supportive everyone around me, you know were super supportive and helping me get support page that Financial place because I was literally diving into something that was way out of my budget, but, you know, we managed to, you know, they were able to support and manage the page. Get everything in place. But yes, it is very sketchy with online printing. Yeah,

Web Designer Brandy Davis Chicago
Interview With Skye Pillsbury

She Podcasts

05:29 min | 11 months ago

Interview With Skye Pillsbury

"I'm sure it's fine. So without further ado, let's talk a little bit too sky about leaving inside podcasting like she just made the announcement that not only was this her last season but that she would no longer be writing for inside podcasting which I don't know if you guys know this but unlike hot pod and Pod News, Sky Actually works for a company that has asked her to create inside podcasting. It's not her own is not of her own fruition. So what came about that made you decide? No Moss. So I have been percolating in my brain for a few months I had actually talked to inside about it about three months prior and. I feel for I say that I'm super grateful to inside it opens so many doors for me to meet so many interesting people you included and so I loved the experience of writing for them but it did feel after two years like I was I was really pouring my blood sweat and tears into the podcast and the newsletter. It just felt like I was every day that I was working for them and building this thing for them. Felt like a day that I wasn't building something for me it didn't feel that. Way In the beginning but once I, sort of like established myself a little bit I just had this nagging feeling that it was time to do something new and I don't know right now exactly what form that is gonNA take but I will be keeping people posted about that on twitter and there's a few different things I'm craving one could be more ownership over something that I create one could be working with more of a team because it was very much a solo effort and sort of crave like that's why doing this. PODCAST with you guys, it's so fun for me because you're my friends and it's it's you know the sense of community that I haven't really had and you know it would be nice to get paid more. You know no one goes into journalism to make a million dollars. So I had all of that. The other thing which I think is fine for me to share is that Jason who is my boss? He's the founder of inside wanted and had been sort of hammering me for a few months to make eight paid newsletter. He's done that with a lot of the other newsletters that inside produces an I really didn't want to do that I didn't feel that my readers were the kind of years that necessarily that all of them had like extra funds to spend on newsletters that you know is my news are critical to your workday probably not it's. It's a nice fun thing to read but I also didn't want to be writing a newsletter for like the twenty people that pay I mean I don't know how many people it would have been we had. Eighteen thousand subscribers so maybe it would have been more, but the point is that what I WANNA do is to write for a big audience of people who love podcast, and so that was another had staved off for months and I knew that it is certain point I wasn't going to be able to do that anymore. So that was a big reason to for me. To say I think I need to you know it's time for me to strike out on my own I have no, there's no bad blood. There are no hard feelings. Jason is a total work, but in a weird way I, kind of love him too and I definitely am appreciative to the company and everyone that I worked with they're just as your friend. I you've never. Said anything bad about Jason that I can recall. You've always said nothing but nice things about him and it sounds like your dilemma is the dilemma of every entrepreneur whether you knew you were one or not. Eventually we all do that where even if you're already working for yourself like for me as a graphic and web designer I was working I was doing projects hourly. And at first, it was six yards and our, and then I was like wait in three hours only making one hundred, eighty bucks that's ridiculous and then I then you move it up and then you move it up and when you're working for someone else you don't get anywhere near what you would pay as a consultant and you're still like, wow, I spent eight hours there. And I made three hundred dollars and also I, didn't know work that I get to keep crap. You want your own body of work you want your audience and your traffic, and when you're talented, you know you're talented and when you're good even if you're not marketing like you know that you're good at your job and therefore wants to do it on your own behalf. So I totally get that and I think it's a big conversation right now within podcasting is that. Specific to podcasting a lot of people are producing podcasts and not getting the same kind of deals especially particularly, I. Think people of Color. Not Getting the same deals as other people are getting from the companies that they work for you know Britney lose from the nod has been very vocal about that as well as Meka Yousef created tell them. I am these are conversations that are out there happening my situation was different. I was under no illusion that I was going to be able to keep. Anything, but it is that same feeling of like you know it is weird for me. I have to say that they might continue that podcast and they'll be completely different homes and yet it really was like my creation and you know hopefully, it will always be out there but it's time for me to build something for me whether it's writing podcasting even freelancing I don't know it. I want to be more in control of my own destiny as an and I loved the interaction with readers and if I had to make it pay walled that interaction would have really narrowed and you know what I loved about writing. That was just like I had a big audience and people who wanted to engage with the and I. Hope

Jason Twitter Moss Founder Meka Yousef Web Designer Consultant Britney
Hanging with Nache Snow

Craft Hangout

05:18 min | 11 months ago

Hanging with Nache Snow

"Hey. What's up and welcome to craft. Hang out I'm. ELISA CAPITAIN I'm Jesse Cats Greenberg. And I'm Lou Thatcher and let's hang up. Loop Lee. Now we're not gonNA, she's on mute. She wasn't. Here. Stupid. I. Wish I had a cow bell or something fun like a slide whistle. Lou. We've got to. Invest. tweets we. GotTa we gotTa have old school sound sound makers in the attic. We have from my own, Omega the nineteen in the nineteen fifties. They had these like New Year's Eve noisemakers. Those would have been great. was. Groggy. From there like the sound makers that. Yeah. Fun fact all right. Everybody. Last year, as you may remember, Jesse and I attended the makers conference craft -cation in California. And we met so many new friends. So one night, there was a bit of an east coaster meet up. and. I met a really cool crafter and fellow podcast with a show called studio seventy eight podcast, and she is fabulous and finally hanging with us right now. So please everyone. Let's give a warm craft hanging out. Welcome to New Shea Snow Welcome. So excited to be on your pie gas. You guys. Interviewed so many amazing guests on like I feel like honored. Show big time. Stop. So, let's just start off with the basics. Can you tell our craft? Reno's a little bit about who you are and what you do? Absolutely, my name's initiates now been a crafter for life since elementary school. My mom is a crafter to end up going to school for graphic design and my nine to five is billy me dealing with you know designers and web designers and all of that good stuff. Stuff. But on nights and weekends I, just loved to podcasts. Do My side hustles and I've had many many side hustles through the years. But I like making stuff just creating stuff and I'm just like you guys. I just love talking to people in sharing their stories and inspiring women to like pursue their passions be at full time or part time or all the time. So yeah, that's me in a nutshell. So. That podcast, you get to have lots of conversations with creatives and how does that inspire you? Oh. My goodness I mean, you know sometimes I feel like when I get off of an interview with him, like I need to step it up. Just. Wait a minute like, but it inspires me because you can throw around ideas because a lot of times you know people tell me like what marketing tips worked for them or how they ended up making connections in in order to get their Khumbu show line off, you know just started or maybe how they weren't. Initially, artists didn't go to school for design. But now they're like selling design in the narrow inspiring people to like just do what you love. Love in. So for me, I, feel like with each guest. I just pick up like a little tip a little trick, and it just inspires me to want to do more. You know some, that's super rats. I feel the same way with some of our guests. But okay, who's your favorite guest and Y ou? That's that's a hard one. That's a heroin. So if if any gas listened to listening to this and I don't name, you don't get offended. But I actually had her on for a second time. Her name is Nicole crowder. and. She's in the DC area with knee to, and recently she's actually just blown up but the pillow one. Yes. Mention Pillow, right? Yeah. Because she she does the meditation pillows and you know she first started out where she was, you know doing upholstery and teaching people how to upholster their old furniture in an her story. You know she talks about like working a nine to five. Then trying to do her love full-time, it didn't work out, went back to a nine to five, and then she started again when I first interviewed her and man she like learned from all the failures and then took what she learned and she's just being going going going and. And even when I interview her few months ago is wow. So just talking to her, I was so inspired, I love seeing her Kinda like blow up the last couple of months, and even how she did the meditation pillow, she initially was just giving them out for free because of cove nineteen everybody was going through a hard time and she was like, Hey, pay what you can, you can't pay anything. I'll I'll give these to you right analysis set, and this has become like heart of her business. So yes, she's like amazing.

Lou Thatcher Nicole Crowder. Jesse Cats Greenberg Elisa Capitain Reno Heroin Billy California DC
What Is Ben Greenfield's Current Daily Routine?

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:20 min | 11 months ago

What Is Ben Greenfield's Current Daily Routine?

"I will. This is the this is the part of the show where I give you research. Is that part of the show and voice? No I. Per Shore Change my voice. And on you know I, I spent a lot of time in the morning. Reading research articles, and find some of the more interesting or compelling, sexy or head turning ones that I tweet them. And generally have some good comments and conversations on twitter, going on about this research. And then I picked some of the better ones, and talk about them on the podcast and I'll link to all of the different articles and pieces of research. We're about to talk about. If you just go to the show notes which are going to be at Ben Greenfield fitness dot com slash four one five. That's been grief fitness dot com slash four, one five I. Think at some point of the past couple of weeks we got confused may have completely skipped. Gather was. Would we skip for thirteen or Were one. Of them. I don't know not that anybody cares. But if regular podcast listening, you might notice that we jumped from episode for thirteen to four fifteen or something like that, but today's episode you gotTa. Ben Greet dentist dot com slash four fifteen there. That wasn't confusing. Enough and speaking of numbers beginning numbers I WANNA. Start with something fun. I don't know if you saw this article. J, but there is. This article came out about body hacks. Body acts thirteen body acts what science says about the new shortcuts to health and wellness and I actually thought this was pretty interesting so. Let, let let's do a rapid fire of these body number one looking at the color green can make you more creative when you think to revolts, I didn't even know this was the thing. I'M GONNA. Go ahead and say that I pretty sure I saw neuroscience paper about this and the answer is true. The answers to the color green can aid creative task unit era of creativity. Paint the room green. We're green, T shirt, or some green socks or green underwear and There's actually wonderful book I read that gets more into the science of color and is called drunk tank pink, and if you want to know how to really tweet color like what shirt to wear if you. You want people to trust you if you're web designer, what color to make the button on your website to get people more likely to click by like it's got everything in there, and by the way those two colors that just eluded to our blue for trust, an orange for the buy button on website, but that really gets drunk tank pink. Go Site if you've implemented them. We'll see maybe I'm have actually. You want people to trust me. Maybe I want people to be creative on my website, so it's all green right. Maybe when people get depressed, so it's black Okay, so number two rubbing pressure points on your body can prevent migraines. What do you think? So I mean. I would think that this sounds right. Maybe I'm just gullible to all of it, so let's say yes. True to that one, too. There are specific acupressure points that seem to in some cases alleviate the. Pain that people receive from migraines. Particularly, however they have also noted that. If you place pressure anywhere in the body, it seems to induce a placebo effect as long as that person is told that that pressure on that part of the body is going to alleviate headache,

Ben Greenfield Twitter Web Designer
"web designer" Discussed on Frugal SEO: Website Traffic on a Budget

Frugal SEO: Website Traffic on a Budget

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"web designer" Discussed on Frugal SEO: Website Traffic on a Budget

"A web designer in summary because you're gonNA sell more again more leads sales and get a bigger name for yourself? But how do we do that? Which steps through take to help you? Seo In general you will have to get a little bit more specific. Do we have to hire someone? If you want to know the SEO or local Seo steps that you should take if you're a web designer be sure to subscribe to this podcast this speedier for my platform and tuning into the happy. So because you're about to know how to get more sales more lead and the Berry basics that every web designer most you in order to achieve this in a few words. Seo is basically a number of DVD's dawn in order to get more exposure to website your case it would be the website or landing page that will have your portfolio your Serb assists and anything you have to offer as a web designer you. Pro- spent a lot of money building it. We're out of time. Which is it with. It could be more press. It could mean wet blow. It could be whenever we wanted to be mighty to time or money or a little bit of both. So why do you just create a website and forget about it? Why just use the US a landing page? Why not get organic traffic? Commit their reason why you wouldn't want this is because there's actually no reason you do one organic traffic. You do want organic sales. You want to make bass return of measurement possible from your website. The cool thing is that the fact that a lot of web designer stone care about CEO makes it better for you to invest on it. And I'm not talking about money. I'm talking about messing anything. It could be time but in a few awards. Lack of people being there makes it that you can really outrank people in a very short term of course if you are in Los Angeles on any other obesity. Maybe rank you for best web designer. New York may not be the easiest thing ever. But what if your CD is less popular or your Taty in a neighborhood of yours if you do that and you have the knowledge that not many web designer scout co you will know that. Frankie will not take long meaning that every single person who's looking for Web Design Services will end your page and talk to you. So what are these low activists or just s? You is that you must do. I could tell you he will research tracking your opponents analyzing your data writing great blog posts by Urano. That if you don't subscribe to the podcast to this video platform for you to do it but coming back to what I was saying Urano. The basics are all lease these basics. I want to tell you the basics that nobody talks if a web designer or just a service provider. The first thing you want to do is prove that you are nets people off. Its Roots. The guarantee results. I you know that you will have a return on investment. But not only people google loft set spurs to. I won't go into too much detail by Google gives priority t to Ed's bursts when it comes to certain topics are more related to life or death issues for example if I were to create a blog about medicine I WANNA have the expertise to rank higher. You'll in fact I shouldn't be talking about medicine but some people do and we will prefer percent results from those set spurs instead of people like me so you are a web designer one. The first things you want to do is prove they are nets beyond about what you do what you can deliver cray blocked polls related to your post people in your area look for and also never lie be straightforward and if you can do something don't either ties in all your website or blockposts that will make you look bad not only at the ice of Google but at the eyes of people who mastered in your services so which steps through you WanNa doing or to become an expert or showcase that you are in that you want to signing two directories such as my business if any other Niche Related Directory. Go into it. You want to appear in as many searches as you can and all you can do it. Showcase CASE STUDIES SHOWCASE. How your website increase the combat rate by fifty percent showcasing in detail? I'm be sure to link to the page that you help. And all the things you WanNa do is let people access your portfolio. In a couple of clicks. These makes them at says your website or at least a things that you can do it. Their website a half a good idea if you're a good fit for them this not only save you time for showing that to them. Are you also not get proposal from clients? That really. Don't care about your services or did I think that you can do something that you don't have their Thais. So that's how you become an expert. Now thank thing you WanNa do. If you want to advertise yourself. In a specific area is tell our locally clever titles were nice and maybe clever and fun but sometimes riding Web Design Services in America Bristol in Canada. May Be Better. They will help you rank your CD and they also tell people as soon as they go to your website. You're the guy to coal if you're in Canada and need a new website or things you can do is at paragraphs to your homepage. Might also at a map and you're you can't easily embed one from Google maps and people win. Know exactly where you are and how to get where your so. Tell everyone they were locally and prove that you're an expert. Why could be the third thing the third thing would be to subscribe now? Total seriousness is not subscribing. That's the fourth thing. The third thing is researching and defining what you want to be known for. You may the thinking Nikolai. So I want to be known for Web design. Why are you talking about what I mean is that you may be a web designer? Who Focuses on food dishes? You may be focusing on game studios. You may be focusing on a specific niche. You want people to know that you want them to know as soon as they get into your homepage battles from the blog. Content that you. Polish there are multiple cure research tools. H Rafts Sam Rauch hewer finder only FILESA damnest scripts by the day. It doesn't really matter which will ease a matters if you use one. You want to get into your February Richard School and find out about the types of topics and content. That people are looking for in your area. Shore ranking for Web Design New York. Maybe appealing but maybe a lot of people already on it. Maybe why not go with? Who's the best web designer? I can't hire right now. Your I haven't done the research but that could be a search query. Maybe it all gets twenty six or seven month. A maybe no has written that kind of content. If you're the one who writes dad piece of content and ranks on the first page of Google for a you'll be getting PROC- medically twenty cliques. Each month of people who want to Har Right now a Web designer and dad web designer could be. You prove that you're an expert Tele while you work locally I research and define what you want to be known for. These are three things that could be related more to marketing that SEO but as you marketing or digital marketing are two pieces of the same thing. If you're serious about growing online you want to take a look at this things in fact. Why not call him below? 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"web designer" Discussed on Learn to Code with Me

Learn to Code with Me

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"web designer" Discussed on Learn to Code with Me

"Manage your time better, but I want to kind of switch gears a tiny bit and talk about your decision to go from doing web design, part time, or on the side to doing it fulltime, because I've. I'm trying to think in my head, but I don't think I've ever met. Anyone interviewed anyone who was working in like a faith related. There's probably a like industry term for that like a faith based profession, or whatever who went from that into tech I. actually do know someone who did the reverse who was intact and then went back to school for Ministerial Studies but I haven't heard someone quite like you, so i WanNa. Know like how you made that decision in what went into that? Yeah, for sure you know it wasn't easy because I had been at my job at the church for thirteen years when I decided like okay I. Think I think this might be the direction that I'm moving in show it was it was a multi tiered decision and I think anybody who goes through a career change, no matter where they're coming from or going to their show, many things that you have to consider and part of it was I was working fulltime for the church. And then you know still another twenty hours on top of my my work for the church show. For the Church was at least fifty hours a week, and so I was point seventy to eighty hours a week depending on the activity that we were doing, and so part of it was like okay like this is, this is to be too much in. So I need to figure out a way to. Scale back a little bit and have some more free time for myself and you know. It wasn't that? It was taking time away from my family. It was more that it was taking more time away from me. Being able to sleep because my girls would go to sleep my family, we've got to sleep. I'd say up until two or three in the morning. Just trying to get things done, so you know there was that aspect of things at NFL goes back to having the time to do things like I think. You can only run the at your pace for so long before you go. Okay, something needs to change or. On a short train to burn out, so so there was that. And I don't sound too overly spiritual or anything, but my my understanding of who got is and how he operates within the world is that he's not confined to a church, and so my thought was I'm not. I'm not necessarily leaving the ministry, but just that ministry is going to be. Looking a little bit differently for me, and how to huge heart and passion to see how God could use me in the tech space in the tech world, and and so it's it's been pretty awesome to connect with people who are of of this infant, but even people who have heard my story and have been encouraged and know that you know God is still using that despite the fact that it's not overtly from. From a church or or from Christian organization, so it's it's been pretty fun, and and it's still like a year and a half inch, so I'm still like figuring it out. You know because I have thought patterns in like beliefs and stuff. That I've been building up for thirteen years, and so the transition. It's not like I'd turn to switch on in my whole thought process in mindset change you know like is a. A gradual process and I think that's true for anybody who's WHO's trying to make a transition even if you haven't been in a job for a short as long a period of time as I was, you know like I've had to be patient with myself. I've had to have people speak into. Have some people to bounce ideas off of like I know you and I have bounced ideas off of one another as like. Like what is this look like for you? And how do you experience this? And but at the end of the day like I love the idea that you can have like a big impact. No matter what space you work in the impact that you have on the world is not dictated by the job that you do, but it's by how you do that job and how you look at it approaches and so. If I were saying Oh. This isn't as significant of a job as my last one. Then I think I'd miss out on a lot of opportunities that I've had just because you know that's such a bad way to look at.

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Making the Pivot from Pastor to Web Designer with Chris Misterek

Learn to Code with Me

04:16 min | 1 year ago

Making the Pivot from Pastor to Web Designer with Chris Misterek

"Manage your time better, but I want to kind of switch gears a tiny bit and talk about your decision to go from doing web design, part time, or on the side to doing it fulltime, because I've. I'm trying to think in my head, but I don't think I've ever met. Anyone interviewed anyone who was working in like a faith related. There's probably a like industry term for that like a faith based profession, or whatever who went from that into tech I. actually do know someone who did the reverse who was intact and then went back to school for Ministerial Studies but I haven't heard someone quite like you, so i WanNa. Know like how you made that decision in what went into that? Yeah, for sure you know it wasn't easy because I had been at my job at the church for thirteen years when I decided like okay I. Think I think this might be the direction that I'm moving in show it was it was a multi tiered decision and I think anybody who goes through a career change, no matter where they're coming from or going to their show, many things that you have to consider and part of it was I was working fulltime for the church. And then you know still another twenty hours on top of my my work for the church show. For the Church was at least fifty hours a week, and so I was point seventy to eighty hours a week depending on the activity that we were doing, and so part of it was like okay like this is, this is to be too much in. So I need to figure out a way to. Scale back a little bit and have some more free time for myself and you know. It wasn't that? It was taking time away from my family. It was more that it was taking more time away from me. Being able to sleep because my girls would go to sleep my family, we've got to sleep. I'd say up until two or three in the morning. Just trying to get things done, so you know there was that aspect of things at NFL goes back to having the time to do things like I think. You can only run the at your pace for so long before you go. Okay, something needs to change or. On a short train to burn out, so so there was that. And I don't sound too overly spiritual or anything, but my my understanding of who got is and how he operates within the world is that he's not confined to a church, and so my thought was I'm not. I'm not necessarily leaving the ministry, but just that ministry is going to be. Looking a little bit differently for me, and how to huge heart and passion to see how God could use me in the tech space in the tech world, and and so it's it's been pretty awesome to connect with people who are of of this infant, but even people who have heard my story and have been encouraged and know that you know God is still using that despite the fact that it's not overtly from. From a church or or from Christian organization, so it's it's been pretty fun, and and it's still like a year and a half inch, so I'm still like figuring it out. You know because I have thought patterns in like beliefs and stuff. That I've been building up for thirteen years, and so the transition. It's not like I'd turn to switch on in my whole thought process in mindset change you know like is a. A gradual process and I think that's true for anybody who's WHO's trying to make a transition even if you haven't been in a job for a short as long a period of time as I was, you know like I've had to be patient with myself. I've had to have people speak into. Have some people to bounce ideas off of like I know you and I have bounced ideas off of one another as like. Like what is this look like for you? And how do you experience this? And but at the end of the day like I love the idea that you can have like a big impact. No matter what space you work in the impact that you have on the world is not dictated by the job that you do, but it's by how you do that job and how you look at it approaches and so. If I were saying Oh. This isn't as significant of a job as my last one. Then I think I'd miss out on a lot of opportunities that I've had just because you know that's such a bad way to look at.

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Ronald Gijsel On WooCommerce Plugins By YITH

How I Built It

03:30 min | 1 year ago

Ronald Gijsel On WooCommerce Plugins By YITH

"You're based in the UK You ran a small agency. Also Google partner and so yes focuses on Commerce extensions right so they are The number one independent will commerce extension very much so yesterday Let me go back a little bit to the history of how it started to so none. The popularity of history was the CEO. He would for an IT company In two thousand eight. He came up with the idea to use some of the the trends in web development that were being seen in the US in UK with a little bit further ahead and Brian blocks about loss of blocks at technical a furring dedicated plan he executed in soon after that he released his first themes which were designed by a by his wife. Who's a amazing a U. X. Designer The teams went down really. Well were being sold on theme forest and in years literally sold millions of them along time. The number one theme salary with those themes. And you probably remember that they they. They came loaded with lots of plug. Ins and functionality. If you have a Nolan months solution that was spreading to go yet if you have a restaurant he or his restaurant. Beloved him loaded but over time. These functionalities separated from the theme. So these plug INS I will bolster agents search Filter they became styling products. Stay on so. That's why the joining of Luke must plug INS started full. Forgive the stands for your inspiration teams But it's a lot less team themes on a lot more plug ins we have over one hundred now Catholic wow mosts Uses make of the club membership. So you have still the old plug-ins On six thirty websites but the the the direct line in all of this is it's all about creating this customer journey from start to finish so plug. Ins includes The being displaying products. In a nice way on your website to different checkout methods payment methods also lot of admit tools a pdf in frustration as adults and everything in between those Yeah absolutely And so you mentioned the customer journey again so I love to you Get into this. I am an online educator and I always talk about the learner's journey one year putting together a course you WanNa make sure that they have a problem. You're solving it. Through whatever actions they need to take solve and that they have a very clear path it sounds like the customers journey Is a little a little bit similar to that but maybe we can talk about what exactly you mean by that. I I think customer journey you can have different views on that and I think a developer looks at it in a very different way to a a US designer to a web designer on taking more of the the the stand as a data analyst and look at key points

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Timecard Capitalists

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Timecard Capitalists

"Okay so Bronco Mulanovich. Thanks for being here. First of all what has happened in the last few decades. That has led to this kind of convergence between the people who make the most money from capital income and the people who make the most money from their work from. Labor income increasingly overlapping with each other. Essentially you had more and more people who are in Labor professions. That are actually very well. Bait. So you don't have like in the past. We talk about classical capitalism. We'RE BASICALLY WORKERS ESSENTIALLY INDUSTRIAL WAR. Gird Soloviev farmer solders the number of jobs where you would actually make. Large Labor income was limited. Well we'd lost half a century may be longer you had more and more jobs. I mean the bust. It used to be Dr Sanjay. Nears highly skilled professionals and then he became financial sector web designers many jobs now that they're really being very high salaries academic jobs as well and then you over time. These people make a lot of money. They are able to save a lot and they invest. But I think it's also driven by a difference. Andy Ideology of the upper class in the sense that the upper class few use itself to be generally hardworking upper-class and upper closet actually get into the system where you are a worker when I say worker. You obviously not going to work for minimum wage. But you're going to be within a system where we actually still called that. Labor income that laboring could be a CEO income which can run into several million dollars. But it's still laboring and I think that's what's changed. Because they think in the past. There was a certain level of a stigma and lack of desire from the traditional top-class to basically double up as wage labour quote unquote. Yeah also was led to wonder whether this has something to do with the changing nature of work itself Now you know. High income. Labor is very physically comfortable. It's very intellectually stimulating in many cases. The kind of thing. We're we're having this conversation. It's very intellectually interesting. Count his work. A lot of the very highest paying jobs. Also have some element of that whereas before that would have been done. Essentially for free by rich capitalist types because the workers would have the people in the factories. I agree because I think that actually the the type of jobs that people can have today is really improved tremendously To simplify later basically industrial. Why was worker was actually having either very hard work? Which was oftentimes you know. Manufacturing jobs mining and address or very routine and boring jobs And relatively few people would be lucky enough to have really fun jobs that we are having which actually as you said. Count like jobs but in reality to be quite honest I will be doing this for free because it I mean I need somebody to pay for food and and My apartment and stuff but basically. It's something that we do because we like it so I think that the range of these jobs we service economy has expanded now still agree. I'm not blind to the number of manage opposite the routine jobs in the people essentially. Don't lie however I think objectively number of jobs that they're even extremely difficult physically or the very rudeina boring has shrunk compared to what it was one hundred years ago It's also kind of easy to see how this increasing trend of Homo plutot could lead to further Rian trenching inequality in the US and other countries where it's taking place the idea being that now essentially you're looking at two different sources of income And if the people are very top are increasingly the people who have those two sources of income those two very high income sources? Then it's going to reintroduce sh inequality what exactly does that mean for the economy. And what does it mean for things? Like the ability of somebody tax enter that upper stratosphere does have some good and some not good applications. It'd be the good applications are a society where you have people who are rich. And we're actually working in order to be rich and we know that many of the people who are the top income groups they even worked a greater number of hours than people in the middle so that society in some which is better than a society were rich people practically do nothing so. I think this is the good part of this. Hama Blow Dea. The bad part is that it becomes difficult to kind of control inequality which stems from that The danger is then you're essentially might end up with a with a class that is really basically very stable and very strong and maintain sips economy. Political power defected for example that your parents are quoting quote strong. Both on the capital side labored side Gibson at a huge advantage to the children that are born such family from a capital. Sido all busy. You can get inheritance. You can get a nice apartment or a house or other advantages but from the Labor side you will get of course the knowledge that this would have acquired through working dean the sort of real world what this called your human capital. These are people who actually would know how the real world operates. They are people who have huge amount of contacts in school and after school. And you know I'm bad internships and friends in high places so you really. If you're a child of this you know such parents. You really have an incredible array of advantages

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Hey Google, why are you tracking my every move?

Talking Tech

03:59 min | 2 years ago

Hey Google, why are you tracking my every move?

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners the other day. I went to visit a hotel in central California cold in at Morrow bay, two days later, I went to look up its phone number in, in the listing, Google Tomi you visited two days ago. Well, gosh, I knew that I was there. But why does Google no this in? Why is it talking to me about my past visits while I'm Jefferson Graham back with another addition of talking tech Koogle's half-baked reasoning for the tracking is so it can make better recommendations to me. If I visited the Moro bay a really nice resort on the water overlooking, the marina will theoretically not recommend that I stay at a quality in on the side of the highway instead, if it knew that I ate lunch. Had nasr. He's dockside restaurant. Also in Morrow bay, which specializes in fish, well, maybe wouldn't offer up steakhouses in searches that's the theory anyway, I asked the crowd how they felt about the tracking on Twitter. Got some pretty interesting replies. My friend rich to mural better known as rich on tech for his tech reports said he loves it, quote, I can go back in my time line, and remember, exactly when I visited a place last unquote to, which I would say, I know I bought gas at Chevron in San Luis Obispo yesterday, and that I paid a hefty four dollars and thirty cents a gallon. I don't need the reminder if I wanna remember there's this little thing I love called photography. That's why it takes so many photos, because it's between me and my camera Bill Bieb a web designer and fellow photographer agreed with me, quote, it does feel creepy to you think it's better that Google reminds the population subtly how much they know or just leave it off. Unquote. Yes, I think some things are better off left unsaid. You're gonna track me just stop reminded me about it. Okay. Will now I did try diving into my Google security controls to try and undo the tracking this can be done by going to your account and entering the security area. Interestingly, there was no option to turn it off only deposit which suggest to me that Google will just turn around, and click it back on Google warned me, not to pause saying, if I did, so it would quote limit or disabled personalized experiences across Google services. For example, you may not see recommendations based on places you visited or helpful tips, about your commute unquote all servive. Thank you very much. Google listeners, what are your thoughts about this? I'd love to hear from you. Look for me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to the show, wherever you listen. Online audio and I will be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world of tech. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks artificial design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include Bilton SEO tools, so you can easily get found online, and in search engines, like Google, and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to wigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium plan.

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How to Use the Word "Impeccable"

BM English Speaking Radio

04:14 min | 2 years ago

How to Use the Word "Impeccable"

"Is impeccable the meaning of impeccable is both faked flawless in accordance with the highest standards with beaming list. Speaking radio channel loan, one year word every day and impressed, the world in this initial cabinet lesson. You will learn how to use the word impeccable. We assure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Impeccable is spelt as I am. B. E. C. C. C. A. B L E. The word impeccable is used to indicate something which is perfect, or as the highest level of standards. For example, we can say that the food served at a certain restaurant is impeccable. Listen carefully. How we can use the word impeccable in eight different situations in eight different sentences. Example, number one of eight nine joined Magic's studio as a web designer the first website designed by him was impeccable and were appreciated by all example. Number two of eight BB events gotta contract to manage the wedding reception of a Hollywood star, the event managers worked round the clock and set up an impeccable event. Moving onto example, number three of eight Berina t- returned to her city after completing graduation from business. Cool party was thrown to welcome her in the party ho confidence and impeccable manners appreciated by all. Example, number four of eight millions of tourists. Visit Dubai each year. The impeccable infrastructure in the by supports the heavy traffic of visitors. The tourists also admire the theme parks beaches and the verge Kalifa tar. At B, M English speaking. We conduct English ruins it causes at our training centers in Mumbai. And yes, you also conduct online courses in English fluency for you to know more about these causes. Visit our website, WWW dot Liam consultants India dot com. Example, number five feet. The Dow was elected to sing the welcome song at the annual function. She practiced sincerely under the guidance of a music teacher and during the annual day function. Hope performance was impeccable. Example, number six of eight Sean, fell in love with sanskrit language during his visit to India, he decided to enroll for classes, and learn the language at the end of two years. Everyone was amazed to hear his impeccable pronunciation off sunscreen. Moving onto example, number seven, or eight Missa Daesh mooks, shop used to get flooded with rain water during the monsoon finally he decided to move the clinic to a newly launched business center the eminent as they were impeccable and he could run his business smoothly. Example number eight eight today. Many of us use online financial transactions that are many service providers for this purpose, but customers choose the one who can provide them with impeccable service levels.

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Facebook and death

Talking Tech

03:35 min | 2 years ago

Facebook and death

"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Recently, a friend of mine wrote on Facebook are ailing father had gone home in. So I expressed my sympathies. Well, it turns out that he hadn't died as I assumed but had simply gone home. Okay. I say this as a preference to the thorny subject of death on the social network, people do not like to come right out and say he died in English. Meanwhile, Facebook itself, drives members crazy with the never ending marketing. And suggestions that we wished that now dead person happy birthday or invite them to a watch party. But that's changing according to Facebook. Let me fill you in on today's episode of talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham, Facebook just introduced a new tribute section which lets family and friends share posts after a death. While preserving the original time line of their loved one. This is not to be confused with the memorialize feature which lets love one takeover the original profile of the dead person that. That is if they know the password and can get it together to make it happen. If the count has not been memorialize d- Facebook says it will now use artificial intelligence to help keep it from showing up in places that might cause distress like recommending that person be invited to events or sending a birthday reminder to their friends. Well, as the guardian pointed out, a web, designer noted on his blog that Facebook had shown him picture of his daughter who died in two thousand fourteen in one of its many marketing pushes he called it. Inadvertent out new rhythmic cruelty? Have you taken the time to memorialize deceased friend, my pal Richard died six years ago, and I certainly don't have access to his credentials his page is alive, and well, although minus any new posts another friend who was also name Richard died. A few years back and his page has not been updated either with tributes or memorial is Asians. I think for all Facebook's public. Announcements they need to make it easier for the family to get in there and take control. What are your thoughts? Let's talk about it on Twitter. Why match Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to us every listener online audio probably back tomorrow with another quick it from the world attack. Thanks for listening. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them. And hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech, talk with their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job. And actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E C H T A L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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"web designer" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"I was stuck in traffic about to be lay. Just like I'm over it. I called my mom, and I was like, okay. I need you to talk me off the ledge. And she's like what do you do? And I'm like, I think I'm gonna turn to my notice in. And then she was like, yeah. So it was a couple of weeks after I went skydiving. I went skydiving for my my thirty four th birthday. And I went skydiving my sister again who's down for whatever she's buffalo skydiving that was a day. I was just like, you know, what sometimes people, you know, need that push some people go on a trip or some people, you know, just meditate or something that will to get them to just take that leap. And I literally took a leap of faith jumped out that plane was like, you know, what I'm not being fearful of anything else. I know recruiting looks like I'm sick of driving way across town. I'm unattended this notice if my mom was like, okay. Well, let's talk this out. And so she was the cycle whizzed as she was went to ask all the questions and to like, well sounds like you got it all planned out. Just let me know what you need to do. Noticed. Yeah. And then, you know, the couple days right before my last day there were like are you sure? In a like Gant. I'm sure in its now got real after. Hey, guys. It's Michaela here with a quick word from our sponsors. No, one told me when I started side hustling that I would need to be my own web designer my own Email marketing, grew my own social media manager, you maim it. Luckily, found skill share..

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The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

04:37 min | 2 years ago

Thanks for listening to the tangle

"Today's podcast is with the fantastic, Charlie Fogarty form at Laura made, New York, and Laura is an online platform that connects business owners to occur. Rated professional network of freelance website designers and developers and digital craves. And they recently announced the secured over two point five million dollars to expand on his own demand. Freelance marketplace loans funding was also led by fly bridge capital partners, among other investors, including hook spot who's going to be including into his own marketplace for interested customers so buckle up and hold on tight as I beam your ears all the way to New York. So we speak with Charlie Fogarty to expand on these on demand freelance, marketplace, code Laura. So massive warm. Welcome to the show, Charlie. Can you tell the listeners about who? You are. Great to be here. Charlie overdue. Co founders of the company to ask more on. We are a modern freelance marketplace that matches talented web, developers designers and digital creatives to businesses and teams under a hundred people and do it in an on-demand action. So it's incredibly easy to tackle projects. Usually under a thousand dollars by using the Warren platform. We've been in business for about a year and a half now. So it's been quite well. Fantastic. And like, you said Lauren is an online platform and ultimately connects business owners to a curate at professional network of freelance, web designers and developers and so much more. But can you just set the scene and tell the listeners a little bit more about exactly what it is? Also, what makes you you need from other online solutions out there? Absolutely. So starting in the shoes of our client yourself. It is ten pm on a Friday evening. Your business owner entrepreneur you are you run marketing for your company, and you have the sinement do it's usually around or web site, creating a new blog launching a new product trouble shooting, some bug that just driving you nuts instead of pulling your hair, you can put this Warren button that shows up usually within the tools themselves. And usually in a matter of minutes, you connect with one of our talented vetted, high quality freelancers who live somewhere in the world, they show up. They solved her problem. It's very casual conversational, and it's a great mix of vicious uniform ability. And so it's really turning the concept of hiring a web developer of web designer on its head and gives a. Marketer entrepreneur this digital team that they're able to tap into and use with. Incredible us. So that's going to be experienced. And then eighty percent of our people are kind of being strapped North America. And now we have plans in all over the world, really. But we have clients in South Africa, Australia, and dozens of other countries, and then freelancers likewise to support those times on so folks, Japan, Hong Kong, western Europe. Vienna. Bill to witness community around you. Marketing yourself online being successful with all the different technicals entrepreneur might use. I must admit when you speak on Europe. So that with pitchy yourself. So you're going to go into a rod, sterling and pressure. Pitchy of so for the digital world. Busy business. Distant future. Yeah. Recently, secured, a two point five million dollar fulling to expand your on demand freelance marketplace, can you tell me a bit more about that funding and how he's actually going to help you progress. Yeah. Absolutely. So we came out of the tech accelerated program called Techstars in Boston. And essentially over the last fifteen months, we have built the first version of our platform together up the network and awesome key questions around customer acquisition. How do we fit into the space, and then that enabled us to raise this two point five million dollar round? It's led by fly bridge, and then has participated in from some other very folks of his call out. Spot which is a big marketing tech company based in Boston. And essentially what it's going to allow us to do is build up. Our internal team more. Mitch you that much more to focus on building. Better tech and growing both sides our platform, so expert will be call our experts, which are freelancers expert acquisition marketing, and then customer.

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"web designer" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on The Working Experience

"Am a WordPress web designer and developer. I've been running my own agency for about since two thousand ten for about eight years now. And I started as a one man show, and I did that for about seven years and we brought on a Christine who's here at the office today and by office. I mean home office, we work out of our house, but we have clients all over the world. We, we've got clients on retainer, we do a lot of projects. We do design, we do support. We do video kind of a wide variety of different creative services nights. Now when you were kit might. So everyone is a kid is like, oh, I wanna be a astronaut. I wanna be football player, whatever it is. What would you wore dream of like, this is what I. I want to do when I grow up. That's a good question. You know, the first one that comes to mind is just an honest answer, and it's trash man, and the guy that wrote on the back of the garbage trucks. I don't know if that's still my answer today or if I had enough reason back then. But I, you know, I pictured myself, I think in like middle management as an executive put on a tie every day, going into an office sitting at a desk job, doing good work, doing work that I loved. I always had that passion was always there. So I knew it would never be stuck in a mundane job, but it would be doing something engaging for a large company. You know, it's funny the. The garbage man, right? The is in society. It's it's crazy how how he value work in jobs like a garbage man is his look or garbage woman could be. A man could be a woman is looked down on. When in fans they're providing of various sensual in portent service to society absolute. It's all garbage. Men decided, hey, we're done. We were going on strike. We're not gonna do this anymore. We'd have le- rotting trash in the streets, which would then cause you know, disease and unrest. In all this good stuff. You all this bad stuff. I can remember it happening in a blizzard in Baltimore. We got like fifty inches of snow on winter, and they could pick up trash for a few weeks and it was chaos. It was disgusting and it was trash everywhere and infestations. It's a critical role. It's I'm sure I'm sure fifty inches crippled Baltimore three inches would cripple Baltimore. So yes. So it's a. It's very interesting that of like how we the athletes or the traders or the. You know, you fill in the blank are more admired than you know, like a teacher right our or someone's someone who is serving the community in and when you think about it, let's take a teacher, for example, who met Matt Kerr is my my partner in crime on the work, inexperienced. He's teacher a terrible teacher, but I'm gonna. I'm gonna tell highly teachers, but I'm excluding Matt from this. Okay. You as a teacher, you are touching the lives of over the span of, let's say a along career decades. You're touching the lives of hundreds, possibly eating thousands of kits. And in a very, you're spending a lot of time them in your, you know. At that stage in life, your your development, you're more Appleby could be molded and into. Really admire teaches and and yet in society, we don't. You know what happens like, look, what happens if all the teachers just decided the stop work, it'd be it'd be disaster would be complete chaos, and you know, teachers are, you know, they're not paid like a traitor a, you know, professional basketball player, additional football player. It's on my point is it's very interesting as a society as to what we what we value, and then how we compensate Bilas positions in terms of monetary value of, you know, hat light this you would think right? You would think it would make sense that a teacher should make more. More than a stripper? Yes, I done it would make sense in most cases or in the majority of cases they don't. Anyway, I just went just went off on a tangent. So you've thought thought initially, garbage men and then an at middle management. So then so now you were, you have your own company you are designing developing websites. What did you do prior to that?.

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"web designer" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"This idea of building a voice interface seems like a very new kind of product to build it is there's a few ways to think about this if you think traditional development kind of house what you really have is somebody that's building your web services because at the end of the day behind the scenes as a bunch of web services right you get a call in from your ui the voice in this case and then you handle that and your web service and so you can build it with you know we use aws lambda and i often use node but you could use java python whatever any any back any https endpoint that you want so it's really a voice ui model and then a a web service model the design side of the houses where things sort of change up a bit because the differences between voice and web designer graphic design and how does building a voice application differ from other application development paradigm will the the human parts of it are very much the same you know you have a lot of empathy for your customer and how they're going to work and that all the same the big difference is if you're thinking about building a website or a mobile app what you're really trying to do is figure out how to get everybody to use your experience right you're effectively telling the customer what to do through your ui and you're doing that in a way that's very easy for them to learn and so you think about the layout the information architecture the design graphic design and all that kind of stuff is meant to make it very learnable but ultimately people are going to have to learn what you are putting in front of them and that sort of the way to have to do it with voice it's different in the sense that people might say all sorts of things and what you have to do as a designers adapt to what the people are doing so let me give you a specific example just to just paint the picture more clearly in a website or a mobile app you might have a screen full of stuff and then an okay button at the bottom and this up to the user to figure out okay okay is the closest fit to what i want to do in this situation so i'm going to click the ok button right.

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"web designer" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"This idea of building a voice interface seems like a very new kind of product to build it is there's a few ways to think about this if you think traditional development kind of house what you really have is somebody that's building your web services because at the end of the day behind the scenes as a bunch of web services right you get a call in from your ui the voice in this case and then you handle that and your web service and so you can build it with you know we use aws lambda and i often use node but you could use java python whatever any any back any https endpoint that you want so it's really a voice ui model and then a a web service model the design side of the houses where things sort of change up a bit because the differences between voice and web designer graphic design and how does building a voice application differ from other application development paradigm will the the human parts of it are very much the same you know you have a lot of empathy for your customer and how they're going to work and that all the same the big difference is if you're thinking about building a website or a mobile app what you're really trying to do is figure out how to get everybody to use your experience right you're effectively telling the customer what to do through your ui and you're doing that in a way that's very easy for them to learn and so you think about the layout the information architecture the design graphic design and all that kind of stuff is meant to make it very learnable but ultimately people are going to have to learn what you are putting in front of them and that sort of the way to have to do it with voice it's different in the sense that people might say all sorts of things and what you have to do as a designers adapt to what the people are doing so let me give you a specific example just to just paint the picture more clearly in a website or a mobile app you might have a screen full of stuff and then an okay button at the bottom and this up to the user to figure out okay okay is the closest fit to what i want to do in this situation so i'm going to click the ok button right.

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"web designer" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"Maybe some part let's say for an example like part of your site depends upon data you might get from an api or something like that like a like a web service right that is not part of your site maybe at bill time you just like go and hit that refreshing than dump it in there and render it so it's kind of live and sort of cashed from the moment of generation anyway yes you could do that definitely you could do that you could change the types that are unlikely you could add a content type that's entirely new field type to generate entirely different kinds of pages there are plug ins that add a template functionality to allow adams deeds and discus really easily right this this is pretty nice and yeah i i guess you could even like regenerate like an ourselves file sort of thing right safe for blogs or store you won't have the new items or whatever yes there is an rss adam fee to plug in vehicle so one of the areas that i was when i played electron like this thing is really nice one thing i would like to see when i was playing with it is maybe ways to configure how it looks right because it comes out and it looks like it looks but i'm like oh can i like you know one of the things i love about bootstrap is like themes right i go to like say rap bootstrap or something like that and go here's a whole bunch of stuff i'm not a web designer but that looks really close to what i want let's see if i can hack that into the shape i wanted you know what.

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"web designer" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

The Smart Passive Income

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

"Twentieth but then that blog post gets pushed back by a week you want those social media posts to also move with it in the calendar and that's kind of the whole concept behind this content calendar software which is called ops calendar and so internally i started building in i started basically validating it with our own team like we started using it i and audience ops but i also showed it to other people again i went to those warm contacts and i did some cold validation and before we before i started heavily investing in into development i had about fourteen people prepay for licenses on the on the promise at that software was coming a few months later for them to use and that that was really like the kick start to dive into this over the past year see like a super light version that you'd look at play around with a little bit before committing to and getting the fully develop version leader yeah actually early on i really just showed them the wire frames and the design and stuff yeah yeah i come from that background is like a designer web web designer and application designer so so i kind of put that together and showed them and then laid out the road map of what this thing will be and and that that led to the pre cells which gave me kind of the competence to to go out and build this as a as an external product not just an internal tool.

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"web designer" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Ain't gonna get you anywhere you know how can you elevate in take a step further than the next person so that's what i'm constantly thinking constantly trying to do with my content in my brand in what stage heard you mentioned before you're talk for the web designer when did you invest in those team members or part time t members yeah so i'm at a point where my team is strong right now and i'm so happy about it and i still wanna build upon it as i contain the growing my business but you know back in the day it was either meal trying to do it on my tripod or me trying to get a friend i could snap pick some phone that was you know me back in the day which is completely fine we all have to start somewhere in we all have to just you know do it because if we just wait into we're perfect is not going to get done so beca day like i said i use those tools to get the content which helped me and i was able to grow but now for for me i'm in elevation stage where i'm trying to continuously grow in make better than what i was yesterday that's that's me investing because when i was doing a yesterday i was doing it by myself so the way i make better is about investing in people who are good at what they do in i am not afraid to invest money into my business i ran so like i said with my website invested in the graph designer i coulda did about myself which probably will do these job but i wanted to do better than decent i wanted to be great in the whales gonna be great is by higher by does great in adult mind doing that when it comes to my brand right now i'm at a point where i have tagger that i work with consistently we meet up you know every he could best guy like abso blessed half him because it's hard to as a creative sometimes to find consistent photographer you know like vesa blogger struggle but i was able to find him in he's amazing and then you know recently hiring assistant which is like god.

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"web designer" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Yeah so i feel like you know right before the rebrand i did have some buzz i i'm not gonna line there i did have a good audience i would say i was probably around twenty five thousand followers at the time and you know i think the steps that i took was consistency i think even when you know i had my previous bog i felt like i was super consistent with you know what i wanted to share with my audience and i feel like that's how you capture people is consistency is like if you're only posted once every month people are gonna forget especially with how you know short people's attention spans are not hitting them daily or lease a few times a week they're not gonna be excited to what you have to come so i feel like that was one of the number one things that helped me grow in helped me with my rebrand was the consistency that i was putting out all of the time so i was super consistent my following will starting to grow brands were starting to take notice in then once i decided to obviously rebrand invested in a web designer and a graphic designer to do my logo in i felt like my branding just took it up a notch like sell a love with my branding in that is just super super important because i think people take more serious your stuff together as far as your branding and what you're looking feel is in what you're what you're all about like me just having my mission in my model which is inspiring women to do all things.

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"web designer" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Company dot com and i'll tell you i i've been running a wordpress blogs we're press site since the early two thousands wordpress dot com makes it so easy they maintain the software they keep it up to date they add the plug ins they give you the best support twenty four seven monday through friday weekends to they've got all the design tools you need all the templates and you don't have to be an expert in web designer html or computers or anything they do all the stuff all the technical stuff behind the scenes all you do is create a great looking website and your website has features you need things like built in seo and social sharing specialized plug ins to meet your needs the social sharing is i think really great because you don't have to you know should have of course i if you have a business i guess you should have a facebook page and a twitter account but you also need that website that's yours and yours alone when you have social sharing on that site then people can read your stuff and say this has greater buy something from you and say boy i want this fabulous they'll share that on their facebook page and on their twitter account and that really increases your reach the built in seo means that google confined everybody can find if google could find you know wonder thirty percent of all the websites in the world thirty percent thirty percent run on wordpress shouldn't you be running on wordpress to they've got great ecommerce this is something relatively new ranging from simple ineffective just by me button to complete online store really easy to set up an easy to use your we're precise will make you money when sites start as little as four dollars a month that's not that's not too too difficult get started today with fifteen percent off any new plan purchase at wordpress dot com slash mac break that's wordpress dot com slash mac break fifteen percent off your new website wordpress dot com slash mac break here's a story i never thought i would.

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"web designer" Discussed on The Schmidt List

The Schmidt List

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Cost you about this much per hour this could save you x amount over time right i've i've definitely had that experience before where we've done that and the clients usually come back and said well that's not how much people cost per hour right or do they get they get a little edgy about that where assuming this is what their expenses are and so i know that you've i've heard you talk about this before kind of trying to figure out what is the value of the project that you're going to be doing the value the impact on the business you talked about all the questions you ask and you've got a great list of them in the book is there anything else wouldn't comes to that when you're actually trying to get to numbers on the impact that would have what sort of conversations are you having around is it around like this will save your employee this much per hour your cell this many more widgets and are you getting do you get pushback on that how do you deal with those sorts of conversation nhs right so yeah let's drill into the white conversational little bit more because those are good examples that i would that's where i would find the information out so when i put it in the proposal it wouldn't be wrong or at least be close so at the point where we're i'm on my first y question why this you guys decided that you needed a mobile web designer to come in here and you know save your life are what's the problem or our conversion ricard abandonments really bad on mobile are one just add three customer service people and just have them email anybody that leaves their cart halffull that but doesn't check out.

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"web designer" Discussed on College Info Geek

College Info Geek

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on College Info Geek

"Hong if you're a blogger on the internet or your consulting on people soundcloud beats there's very little that's going to go wrong to very small chance that anything that could possibly be used to see he was going to happen so there's always that you have your risk tolerance and then you have the just general amount of risk in your industry the and you can also reduce risk for stuff like that without going to different business structure you can have a contract that your client signs that says hey if i accidentally throws of ardo is into your beats i am not liable for your offending royalty that signs at weird contracting i would not say hi how that in every way attracts that i own n quotes with hill on i i have that in everything you can have a contract and what we're talking about an on contracts in general are good use any you're doing business with somebody it's good to have a contract so i designed websites people that was my first like real quote unquote entrepreneurial thing here and i had a contract that's very useful both for like limitation of liability things but also for stipulating things like oh you can only ask for so many changes before i start charging you extra things like that um and actually i'm gonna put contracts on metal outlined so i don't forget to come back to them because they are very important but you can also get business insurance so if you were in a more high risk industry you could buy business insurance that can cover you under certain things if you do something wrong maybe or you i don't know if you break something when you're out of clients place oh good example so i was a web designer and in high.

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"web designer" Discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on Marketing School

"This is that you can control as well my advice is focus on one thing and only one thing it's funny like right now you're seeing a huge wave everyone talking about cryptocurrency in making a killing off of it and yes people are getting filthy rich and great for them right and i'm a big believer in cryptocurrencies because i think that's a future but i know a lot of people who are like day trading and getting into cryptocurrency they're like oh my god i'm going to become rich and when i start talking about cryptocurrencies they know very little about it and i'm like look if you want to get rich and you want to do well yes people give advice i work hard solve problems you know in the list keeps going on and on our focus on of telling people all right you're probably good at one thing whatever that one thing is focus and become expert at it spent all your time and energy being the best at whatever it is that you're already somewhat get up and it's funny because if if you're not sure what you're passionate about the chances are its ardy what you're naturally decent is what you're going to be passionate about and if you've focusing you become the best at whatever it is there's always money to be made in it for example if you're one of the best singers you can make a killing one of the best markers one of the best product people one of the best engineers whatever maybe you don't have to be a founder of a company you can join another company or you can start your own company or consulting agency i know some people who like i'm amazing at funnels and all they do is create funnels and dr pay traffic to energised convert so figure out what you're the best spend more time on it become the best everyone and then from there monetize it so for me i'm grid at driving traffic and that's all i do i don't manage people i don't go into offices and do tons of meetings with people i don't go out there and try to learn web designer anything like that i try to become the best digital marker out there and then i monetize up yeah just think about company is out there the big brands in the.

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"web designer" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Insights - By Mitch Joel at Mirum

"Yeah i i think i think it's really true it's it requires people who want to run a business not people who want a job that being said there's there's a couple of asterisks that i put on it one of course is that you learn by doing right i mean technically yes there are now mba programs and entrepreneurship and things like that but i mean really to be an entrepreneur it's about learning by doing and so you don't necessarily need to go into it being an expert at bookkeeping or at a web designer or whatever it is you know any of these ansa larry things you just have to be willing to learn and to do it and to teach yourself forget that knowledge rather than taking the kind of a putting air quotes employee mentality of will that's not my job so i'm not gonna bother to do it when you are an entrepreneur everything's your job and if you're willing to grapple with it and learn it then you can be successful even if you're coming in without a basis in it and i think that's key in any the other piece that i'll say as well is the the the skill set requirements and the the amount of time in knowledge that are necessary it varies right if you if you are already of an entrepreneur and we're talking about expanding into multiple income streams that you're that you're doing first of all you probably already have the basic foundational skills and so it's it's really just a question of.

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"web designer" Discussed on Social Media Money Makers

Social Media Money Makers

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on Social Media Money Makers

"Looking to become a virtual assistant a web designer a podcast editor of social media schedule just anyone looking for parttime virtual work you can also put out a help wanted ad on craigslist you can put out a in search of request for a virtual assistant my fourth final and favorite way to find a virtual assistant and the way i found my virtual assistant was through online websites i'm gonna talk a lot more about some specific sites and apps in part three of this threepart series but i will share with you right now that i found my virtual assistant on online jobs dot p h ph stands for philippines because she is filipino and all of the other potential employees who are on online jobs dot p h are located in the philippines what i loved about online jobs dot ph is first of all the filipino people they're absolutely amazing people extremely humble extremely dedicated and hardworking committed to their tasks loyal respectful and they're quick learners if you're worried about the financial aspect of outsourcing or hiring help hiring someone from the philippines or from some other foreign country might be more advantageous for you than hiring someone in america in america we have a relatively high minimum wage but because of the exchange rate of our currency what may be below american minimum wage is actually above the minimum wage in other countries so what this means is you are able to save yourself money and actually provide a living for someone else in another country around the world.

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"web designer" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"web designer" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

"And also even if you're working with the best web designer in the world there's a difference between web designer who designed to say a programmer who builds a say in and a search engine specialist who optimize the site ideally you're having conversations with all those people and they're all on the same page that process a lot of times will get sites here and it's a beautiful sight but it's either not userfriendly and doesn't really work when people are interacting with a site or it's not search engine friendly and we've got to go back and fix stuff and seo was kind of an afterthought when really that should be something that you're thinking about when you're first designing or say yes degree so when google came out last year and said hey we're going to give you a big indication of what impacts the search engine results in the top three things are links content and rank brain right no way in their list of things was how aesthetically pleasing your website was correct that is not a ranking factors now indirectly it has an impact right because people that come to your psi in like stay on the site and engage with the content that that is part of ranked brain so that's going to be a good indication but whether or not you personally love your website it it matters zero not even one iota it is era i owed his because at the end of the day if it works for you then it's doing his job and what we've also found is it doesn't matter what it is today tomorrow it can be better and you know melissa's team has done a phenomenal job for a lot of our clients would they be testing multi veritas thing in improving the conversion ring on the signing gauge masai in that is part of seo today because the better your site performs the more google is going to see your site as an amazing resource and they're going to rank it better so.

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