If you’ve had a blog on your website (or your website is a blog) you’ll know that it can be quite a challenge to actually get people onto it. We’ve been getting quite a good amount of people on our blog and here are some of the things that we’ve learned on the way.
Starting your first online portfolio can spark many questions and anxieties. Your artwork reflects your personality and skill and must make an impression. The designs on your website will be scrutinized, so your portfolio should set a standard for what can be achieved in graphic design.
In order to secure the job that you apply for, you need to convince the interviewer that you are the best person for the position, show them your best side, and convince them that you would become an invaluable asset to their company.
What do you think about forum posting? I mean how much do you think it has benefited you in getting backlinks? Are you one of those who feel that forum is a place just to drop links and then leave? Wait then!!
Domain name is one of the most important things and one of the most difficult things to decide as well. It is very important to play this domain game properly as it has become almost next to impossible for some people to select their domain name. As a designer, you will find so many clients..
I’m sure all bloggers wonder, “How did others make it to the top? If only someone would share the secrets of becoming a popular blogger.” Summing up and categorizing the good and bad habits of highly effective bloggers could be frustrating;
What does professional quality mean for PSD to HTML services? How to find out the real price for them? Which color is the best for links? This all and more in the interview with HTMLcut’s Sergiy Lavryk.
It’s not always easy to call forth creativity, much less brilliance, whenever we’d like, but there are steps you can take to encourage the ideas to keep flowing, and to channel them in the right direction.