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Y’all, a website is not a junk drawer: aim to have specific, profitable goals for your website, and coincidentally, each page of your website (we’ll get there).
How do I stay on track to do this as a copywriter for creatives? By not typing directly into Squarespace or WordPress text boxes, that’s how!
I use a GoogleDoc template to quickly draft up website copy, and today, I want to share the process.
Reading Time: 2 Minutes So excited to share with you the latest podcast from my (brand new!) friend Amanda at She Did It Her Way, a podcast I first read about in Entrepreneur magazine. Getting to talk to Amanda about how to sloowwww your roll and find the payoff in settling down the hustle, so you can step back […]
Reading Time: 5 Minutes Investing in a conference for creatives as an attendee was the first business investment we* ever made. *Me and Wes—the person I had to convince it was a sound idea for me to quit my $60k+ a year job, to hopefully make money on my own. Eek! At Illume Retreat in April of 2016 (read my […]
Reading Time: 2 Minutes Nerding out over content from Abagail and Emylee of Think Creative Collective has been a business mainstay of mine since right about the time I left corporate communications—so getting to chat about copywriting for creatives, calligraphy for brides, and entrepreneurship on their Strategy Hour podcast was a dreamboat moment. Today, I’m pumped to pass along […]
Reading Time: 5 Minutes Ah, creative conference jet-set life: I love it! Conferences started for me back in my Alpha Delta Pi collegiate days, which moved to me helping plan conferences for 500+ as a Leadership Consultant … which moved to planning large-scale events at a full-service communications agency for Delta Air Lines. Nowawdays, I’m loving the creative conference […]
Reading Time: 3 Minutes Long before wedding calligraphy conversation began, I first met Caroline over coffee at the Starbucks here in Decatur … … but #stalkermoment: When I worked at Alpha Delta Pi national headquarters as a Leadership Consultant, I remember when Caroline’s name came soaring in the applicant pool. We wanted her SO badly—but she ended up deciding […]
Reading Time: 3 Minutes There are just some brides that make wedding calligraphy a cinch for invitations: Mary Michael is one of those! I’m just pleased as punch with how Mary Michael and Tanner’s wedding calligraphy turned out … I mean, I know just as well as she does how Samford University can be a good place to drum up […]
Reading Time: 3 Minutes Wedding calligraphy and invitation design is so much more fun to piece together for a bride when you know one of your best friends will be shooting it! My bestie from high school in Montgomery Brooke Glassford nailed this Moore’s Mill Country Club wedding … and I’m sure it doesn’t help at all that Auburn […]
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There are a bazillion blogs you could read up on to leverage Etsy to market your business. I’m sure they’re great, I’m sure they could help.
You’re not on those blogs: you’re here–and I’m SO glad you asked. Jeeves! Bring out the soapbox, I got somethin’ somethin’ to say.
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It’s a question I get in my inbox often: How do I market my calligraphy business and get wedding clients? So I did a little audit, pulled together the ways I’ve found success marketing my services as a calligrapher, and wanted to ship ’em your way today.
Keep reading to learn how!