The blogosphere is in an abiding increase both as size and importance, many blogs being considered as very trustful and enjoyable entities. Following this trend, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that, in the near future, the importance of blogs and bloggers increases as well and many of their opinions will really be taken into account (somehow, we are contemporary with the beginning of this change of mentality). Apparently, it seems that to create and maintain a blog is mostly a nice job, pretty simple with a lot of interesting activities; thinking this way, many people have started their own blog but the results were ruinous. Where did they go wrong?
There are a great series of factors and a clear answer can’t be pronounced, but the main mistake is to disrespect what indeed the blogging activity requires.
Yes, everyone says GET IT IN WRITING! Still most people are afraid to ask a client for a contract. Don’t be ashamed of yourself for not doing it – most freelancers don’t. There are many reasons behind this problem.
You don’t know what to include in a contract.
You’re afraid you’ll “insult” your client.
You’re afraid the client won’t want to go ahead with the assignment if you insist on a contract.
Many businesses implement the use of email marketing in tandem with their overall marketing strategy. From e-commerce sites to brick and mortar stores, large or small, business all around are engaging in email marketing to increase sales. Statistics don’t lie, 88% of B2C firms currently use email marketing and another 10% are planning to use it before December 2011. This is great for business as 72% of responding companies reported ‘excellent’ or ‘good’ return of investments for email marketing plans.
Therefore, whether a business has an email marketing plan in place, or are thinking about adding one to their current marketing strategy. There are some valuable tips that cannot only increase performance, but can also gain subscribers and increase the ROI.
A weeks ago, we created a contest at instantShift called Awesome Design Goodies from Design TNT had announced the five winners of subscription to awesome design goodies from Design TNT to InstantShift readers.
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A graphic designer has to take care of its portfolio because it is the way in which he presents his abilities. The portfolio is a collected sample which showcases your creativity and ability and you need to submit it properly to your public. Potential employers or clients may read it and what they see can help them to decide whether they want to hire you. That’s why a good presentation has to be properly built up.
Along this article we will analyze which samples are better and how to arrange them, we will see example of both online and printed portfolio and how to present them to potential customers/employers.