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Here’s a “tiny house” story time to explain these three foundational pieces of a website.
How Susan Snodgrass’s website serves as a central hub for her work, consolidating many writings published in various places.
How Th’ Poetry Asylum uses economical black-and-white flyers to spread the word about their monthly poetry readings.
How Nashville musician Jimmy Rinehart makes connections with people in the industry, gets people to his website, and proves he’s worth remembering.
You’ve got your tracks recorded, song order finalized, & title chosen — now get all of your copy together. Here’s a handy checklist of what you need.
Musician, writer, or creator? Here’s how to organize & store all of your files, images, bits of copy, and links (so you can find them when you need them).
But dreams do not come true just because you dream them. It’s hard work that makes things happen. It’s hard…
After digging into real-world client sites, we’ve landed on a hybrid approach to combine page builders like Beaver Builder with the Gutenberg block editor.
People make decisions based on what other people are saying. Collecting and sharing great testimonials lets others do all the bragging about you.
Have you taken a photo that would be great for Wikipedia? Here’s how to give it to the Internet.
Color theory is for crafts, too! The right color choice in the background can make the top pop.