Sometimes the simple products are the best ones—and that’s how we feel about Prologue one-page websites, which allow businesses and individuals to set up simple landing pages online within a matter of minutes. Here’s how you can put your one-page website to best use.
4 reasons to create a website for your side hustle
We live in a gig economy where more people than ever are turning to side hustles to pay the bills. The best way to bring in more business is through a website dedicated to what you do. Here’s why it’s worth investing in a website for your side gig.
Why it’s time to get your brick-and-mortar store online
Toys R Us, the iconic retailer of our childhood, filed for bankruptcy this month, citing a lack of traffic to their brick-and-mortar stores as one of the reasons why the business has been on a slow downward spiral. Their lackluster online store and their inability to compete with online retail giants like Amazon proves that having a customer-facing storefront is no longer enough to bring consistent business through the door. If you own a brick-and-mortar business that sells goods, it’s time to seriously consider taking your shop online.
How to create great content for your website
Your website may have intuitive design, a flawless user experience, and compelling imagery—but at the end of the day, none of that matters if you’re lacking one very important thing: great content. Name.com’s Content Manager Ethan Conley and I recently sat down to talk about what it takes to create an incredible content strategy for your website.
The long road to internet success, part 5: Community
Part 5 of the series, “The long road to internet success”. Read Part 4 here.
If you recall, we began this journey—this journey to build my online profile and, more harrowingly, increase my wife’s confidence by approximately 23% in my ability to one day host the Academy Awards—on the back of Name.com customer Helene Kwong’s three rules to success: Content, Consistency, Community. We have taken some detours like, for example, when we covered fear. Fear, it turns out, is detriment to all three Cs. But then I realized that freaking out over fear is dumb. Sure, if you’re getting attacked by sharks, be afraid and probably act on fear, but when it comes to creating and promoting content, you’d better be bold. Or at least pretend to be. Here’s a photographic example:
Small business owners—participate in this free virtual conference
Live streaming platform Stream explains their switch to a New Domain
Our best website tips for small business owners
National Small Business Week has been taking place in the U.S. over the past few days as small business owners come together to share insight and learn how to best grow their business. We’re adding our two cents with advice on how to make your small business stand out online.
4 videos to inspire your inner entrepreneur
Thinking about launching a new business? No one can advise you better on being an entrepreneurs than entrepreneurs themselves. We’ve pulled together a few interviews with Name.com customers and innovators to provide prospective business owners inspiration and direction.
3 free places to learn how to use Adobe Photoshop
If you have created your own website before, you know that compelling imagery is one of the best ways to give your site personality and make it stand out from the crowd. Whether it’s creating a custom banner for your header or improving the photos you post, knowing how to use Adobe Photoshop can be a huge plus. Check out these helpful (and free!) resources to help you learn to use Photoshop.