Do you need creative help with marketing and communications, but hiring a full-time designer seems like overkill and contracting with an expensive agency is out of reach?
A freelance designer might be the perfect fit!
You’re feeling panicked.
Your blog hasn’t been updated in months. Your website has outdated information on it. It’s been so long since you’ve had the time to send out an e-newsletter that your subscribers may think you’re dead.
These feelings are common among nonprofit professionals, small business owners and marketing professionals around the world. If they resonate with you, then you’re probably in a position to hire someone to help. One inexpensive option to consider: a freelance writer.
[ This article is part 2 of our Content Marketing Basics Class series. Learn what content marketing is and how it works in part 1 of the series: Content Marketing 101: Understanding this modern marketing tactic ]
Sometimes trying to break through an extremely noisy digital world and get noticed by the people who matter can feel like walking through Disney World on spring break, desperately searching for your lost child with a common name.
“Michael! Michael! Can you hear me? Where are you?”
Tired of the back-and-forth with your graphic designer?
Whether you are a business owner or a nonprofit leader, chances are you will encounter a need for graphic design at some point in your career. To make that exchange as successful as possible, here a few tips for successfully communicating with your designer.
What seemed on the surface like a simple design project for one of our clients last year turned into quite a production project — and a larger-than-expected invoice for the client. The client wasn’t happy, and we all parted ways a little frustrated with one another. That’s not how we like to do business!
If you’ve ever hired a freelancer or outsourced a project to an agency with a similar result, we would like to share a few tips for avoiding the same situation in the future.