Unlike other industries, Creatives are encouraged to sell their services for dirt cheap. This is bad business as it leads to a quick race to the bottom for many Creatives and often drives the competition of prices rather than creativity. Devaluing creative skills is not good for the Creative Community or clients.
You want to use graphics, but don’t go overboard. Remember to consider the loading time of your website. Use smaller images, jpg, and optimize them whenever possible. As well as that, remember to use the “alt” tags on the images so that if the graphics doesn’t show up for some reason
While watching some other businesses fail and learning about the obstacles that made these businesses fail became my motivation for success. When successful business owners and leaders share their adventures with me I take them as learning opportunities.
Go for those type of inspirational ideas that drive you to keep going. Once you lock into what you passion(s) is then you’re set to devote yout time and money into your brand’s success.
When I began my journey in web development and design I was not sure what made a great website. I did know that I wanted a simple way to setup a reliable place that people could go to find information without stressing where I may have “hidden” content. I also knew I wanted to avoid being forced to work on my website for more than two months. But this was no easy task. I didn’t know where to begin. Who could help me make website design easy?
In an unusual, yet productive, move Matt decided that after losing his job he would focus his efforts, time, and finances into starting his own brand. He made his money work for him rather than the other way around.
Many business owners only interested in a one-off sale falsely believe that there is no need to inquire how an audience perceived as the message, liked a product or service and interacted with the company.