Many of the business owners I know have the Genesis Framework installed on their website. I had been holding out because it’s pricey. A while back, decided to do some research on the Genesis Framework and its benefits. After taking a good look at it, and at my budget, I finally bit the bullet and installed the Genesis Framework on my website. I bought it for my business website, ericalynnmartin.com and liked it, so I thought it might be a good idea to install it here. I liked the nice clean look it gave my business website, but I wanted a different child theme for this website. I’m happy with the choice I made, and know it could benefit other business owners’ websites, so I wanted to share my experiences and what I found out. [Read more…] about Be More Creative and Create Stunning Websites The Benefits of the Genesis Framework for Business Owners
A while back, I reviewed Picmonkey, a website for creating different types of visuals, such as banner ads and ebook covers, among other things. Today I wanted to review another design website I’ve used extensively, Canva. This website is similar to Picmonkey because you can use it to create different visuals, such as social media posts, social media page headers, and blog graphics. I’ve used it to create some of the visuals I post on my Facebook pages, such as this infographic that I posted on the Work at Home Tips Online Facebook page a while ago. [Read more…] about Create Stunning Visuals and Marketing Materials with Canva
Recently I discovered a new tool that Jeff Goins created called Don’t Hit Publish. This app helps writers of shorter form content, such as articles, blog posts and emails (not eBooks) figure out if their content is ready to be published. In this blog post, I’ll provide information on Don’t Hit Publish and how to use it.
What is Don’t Hit Publish?
Don’t Hit Publish is a website created by Jeff Goins, that helps people who write shorter content figure out if their content is ready to be published or sent. [Read more…] about Improve Blog Posts, Articles and Emails with Don’t Hit Publish
Hello everyone, I’m back! It’s been a rather long hiatus from writing, but I’m back and I’m going to start doing more with this site. Many of you have started following me on my Facebook page, and I appreciate that – I’ll certainly keep posting useful content as much as I can to it. In addition, I hope to start posting blog posts on a regular basis again, and I’m going to start turning some of my posts into videos and uploading them to my YouTube channel. When I do that, I’ll certainly post to the Facebook page and let you know!
Now, onto the blog post…
Previously I wrote blog posts about MailerLite and Draft. Draft has become one of my new favorite tools for drafting articles for clients as well as posts for my websites, and MailerLite has become my new favorite mailing list management website. This week I learned a few new things about both of these resources, and I wanted to share them with you. [Read more…] about More About MailerLite and Draft