Tag Archives: content

How to solve your lack-of-blogging problem

Sometimes fellow creatives and clients say to me:  “Wow, Jill. You’re so good at blogging. You’re so consistent! How do you get it done?” Well today, I’m going to tell you. Here’s my reality… Writing: Takes me forever Is not my passion Is not something I want to fill my … Read On ›

8 Tips to Find Blog Ideas

What should I write about? If this question keeps you up at night, I’ve been there. But the real question to ask is this: What keeps your ideal clients up at night? Because in that question, you’ll find your answer. In Ilise Benun’s recent blog post, she says: “When I … Read On ›

And done! Here’s my new website.

For the past seven months, I’ve been sharing my experience as I followed every step in my free report, Get Your Website Done: 12 Actionable Steps for Designers. Today is the finale: Step #12: Launch your site! I did just that on Thursday, March 16th—two days before my WordCamp presentation (because … Read On ›

Let’s get candid about content

Are you following along with my 12 Actionable Steps to get your website done? I’m employing my own process and getting my website redesign done too. So far, so good! We’re over halfway there! We’ve already talked about the 5 stupidly simple pages your website needs. Today, we … Read On ›

7 free blogging tools you need to try out

I recently shared my takeaways from WordCamp 2016 about developing websites. During that action-packed weekend, I also jotted down a page full of free blogging tools that I couldn’t wait to try. And I decided to try them first before sharing them with you. I recently evaluated my web content … Read On ›

How to evaluate your web content

Last year was a great year, and to make 2016 even better, I have a few goals. One of them is to increase engagement (commenting and sharing) with my content on my blog, newsletter, and social media. I want to write more about things that people care … Read On ›

Give me your WordPress questions!

Just as quickly as I gulped down my last glass of water, I changed my website. That’s why I love web design so much. Nothing is permanent—everything is updateable. And boy, have I been making updates lately! From my recent homepage refresh, to my axing of the … Read On ›

Kicking my sidebar out the door…

Remember the old days of the web? Back when everyone looked at websites on the same-sized monitor? Back when the fold was really important? Back then, sidebars were a wonderful way to fill-up space and provide more info. They maximized above-the-fold space and helped you avoid spanning the entire computer … Read On ›