It’s been several months since we launched our Landing Page Templates and the feedback we’ve gotten back from our customers has been nothing short of amazing.
Truly. When we started creating the Landing Page Templates, we knew this would be something you all would find value in (largely in part because you told us what you wanted 😊) but we’ve been blown away by all of the positive feedback.
Hearing from our customers about how our products have helped them grow their email list and revenue or help them build a business around the life they want to live is so incredible. I don’t think it will ever get old to hear from happy Bluchic customers.
Though we love getting these emails in our inbox, we wanted to share on the blog feedback from actual girl bosses who have been using our Landing Page Templates for a few months now.
They’ve gotten some incredible results and we’re so thrilled with their success!
Guest post by Vanessa Ryan
Branding, more so now than ever, is the biggest element that can set you apart from the sea of creatives who are eagerly competing for your ideal reader, client, and customer. It is fierce competition out there, and some amazing talent.
Building an authentic, consistent brand that constantly shows up will allow you to build a community that is full of love and trust. A dose of honesty is needed here (with a spoon full of sugar):
Your brand is yours, but it’s not about you. It’s about your clients, customers and subscribers.
If you can nurture them, help them grow and make them feel loved, that love will circle back and you will have the makings of a purposeful, profitable brand.
Before I get into the design essentials, let’s first quickly go over what exactly your brand is and why visual communication is the best way to build a community, increase your profitability and achieve your purpose.
Guest post by Sarah Eggers
Pumpkin spice lattes are here and you’re feeling fresh-faced and ready to take on the world. You’ve got your personal goals written down and you’ve sworn to dedicate the rest of the year to accomplish your new year resolutions. But what about your business? Do you have goals written for this month? For Q4? How about for the next 5 years?
You’re Not a Hustler, You’re a Hobbyist
Let’s jump right into the crux of the matter, friends. And this is a hard truth for many of us to hear, but here it goes.
If you don’t have a business plan, then you’re not running a business, you’re just busying yourself with an expensive hobby.
You’re not a hustler, you’re a hobbyist. Just because you are making an income doesn’t mean you are running a business. A hobby operates on the income and whim of the hobbyist. A business operates on a structured plan that outlines its future growth.
This is the moment you all gasp and I drop the mic and walk away. Just kidding, I wouldn’t do that to you.
No, today I’m going to walk you through the Chalkboard Method of creating effective and easy-to-follow business plans, so you can move from hobbyist to hustler.
Here are 5 questions to ask yourself before you hire someone to customize your theme
Have you ever wanted to customize your Bluchic WordPress theme (or any other WordPress theme) but have no idea how to start?
We hear you. We know not everyone is tech savvy and trying to customize your own theme when you have no clue what you’re doing can quickly lead to disaster.
For instance, do you know what any of the following terms mean?
- PHP function
- Filter hooks or action hooks
- Modular CSS
If you’re going cross-eyed at the sight of those words, you probably don’t want to start tinkering in the back end of your theme.
In today’s post, we share the five question you need to ask yourself to know whether or not you need to hire a professional to customize your WordPress theme.
Guest post by Ardelia Lee
If you’re launching a new product or service soon, I know you’re excited. And probably a little nervous. Launch involves so much work, and there’s always that nagging fear that you won’t do as well as you want to. I’ve been there. It’s not fun.
But there’s a way to improve your launch potential, and I’m talking profits and impact. It involves using your launch story in your content.
What’s a launch story? It’s the story (or stories) surrounding the creation of your product or service. They can even include your experiences during your launch. These are great compliments to the strategy content you’re likely planning to share during launch time because they offer several benefits that straight up strategy content can’t.