Posts tagged Website Design
5 Surprising Benefits of Blogging

Blogging is kind of like exercising. It’s a great for your business’s overall health and has some surprising benefits that you may not know about.

While I’ve been consistently blogging for over a year I still don’t consider myself a blogger. I just view blogging as a way to keep my business healthy, moving forward and further establish my expertise.

Blogging isn’t just great for establishing credibility and showcasing your expertise though, there are some more benefits you may not know of, let’s dive into five of the major benefitstoday.

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5 Branding Myths Busted

I'm a big fan of the StoryBrand podcast. You should give it a listen if you haven't heard it. But they have a quick segment in their episodes called Marketing Myth Busters - it's entertaining as well as informative. 

I love this format because a lot of us believe these things. And, in StoryBrand they bust these beliefs and explain why they're wrong.

I decided to use that same format for our topic today: branding. Hopefully it will be insightful to you and open you up to understanding a little more about branding and what it entails and why certain beliefs need to be busted.

So let's get started!

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Top Web Platforms Duke it Out

Today's post is extra special, because my friend Hannah Robinson is here and we'll be sharing about our favorite web platforms as well as giving you a summary of other top platforms and all the features they provide.

Hannah is the owner of Hannah Robinson Design, is a fellow brand designer, (business bestie!) and Showit expert. We decided to share our combined knowledge about what we know with the platforms we work best on.

We see so many comments in Facebook groups asking which platform is best and a lot of "this vs. that" questions. So today we teamed up to cut through the noise with this super informative post giving you the rundown on the top web platforms so you can make an informed decision

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The Major, Forgotten Element in Your Website Design

You've started your business and you've decided to either DIY your own website or invest with a website designer.

You're all ready to go with how many pages in the navigation, the copy for your about page, then your website designer asks for the photos you want to include. Uhhh... I'm supposed to find those? You immediately think.

The glaring problem is that you need professional photos that align with your brand, because photos are the gatekeeper for whether people come and spend time on your site or dismiss it and move on.

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4 DIY Brand Designs That Make You Look Inexperienced

I hate to say it, but not everyone can or should DIY their own brand. 

Now, before you get flustered, there is one thing you should know. I definitely am an advocate for saving money on your brand to get your business off the ground. 

But once you have established your business mission, your direction, your audience, and your offering, it’s time to get serious and hire a professional to do something they were trained to do and are comfortable doing: creating a brand that’s in line with your business voice and mission and making sure it’s not only cohesive and professional but also strategic. 

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3 Ways to Use Copy in Your Branding

I’m starting a little series on how to infuse more of your personality in your brand. And in each posting of the series we’ll discuss a different aspect of branding. 


opefully this will be a versatile and thorough look into how to let more of your personality to shine through in your business. 


I do want to point out that it’s extremely important that you know who you’re speaking to with your business. Keeping that in mind, this series is to help you let your voice and personality shine through.

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5 Ways to Make Your Website More Effective

If you’ve been following along with R Artspace, you'll notice that my website got a little makeover. And while I think it’s prettier than it was before, the changes I made were strategic and intentional. 

oday I’m walking you through my site and highlighting 5 areas where I narrowed in to allow visitors to better understand what I do and they can learn what R Artspace is about. And hopefully, as I'm going through each tip, you can think about your own site and if you're implementing these things already and where you can make some tweaks to improve for your audience and potential customers.

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