via David Risley, BlogMarketingAcademy.com
When you receive an email, tweet or FB post in your inbox, make note of the headlines that catch your attention.
Notice what it was that encouraged you to click, the words, the sentence structure or whatever it was that compelled you to open and read, and keep track of it.
This is a great way to learn about how to draw people in with your own headlines, and should be kept in your swipe file for future reference!
I was wandering around ProBlogger.com, following a link from the last email I’d received from them, when I found this post: “The Day I Almost Lost My Blogging Business by Having Too Many Eggs in One Basket”. The title intrigued me and I read on.
Though the event was in 2004, I can still feel the emotion behind it in the 27 November 2013 post. Raw.
If you’ve ever been on-the-verge, this post is a must read about diversifying and maintaining a positive outlook when things look dark.
This post should be a must read for your clients when you are discussing the fonts to use on a website. I try to encourage my clients to limit themselves to three fonts, to minimize the distractions that seem to be inevitable when creating pages heavy with multiple fonts and colours.
A great TED video that you really should see!
Because I am a web designer, I’m a font junkie. I LOVE fonts in almost all shapes and sizes.
Combine that with my love of old school chalkboards, I was thrilled to find this post with 25 free chalkboard style fonts. Most are personal use only, so please make sure you contact the designer to use in your graphics or online work.
Your brand is how your customer defines you, not how you do.
I was immediately shaking my head at this post from DesignYourWay.net – a compilation of seven of the top “piss me offs” for web readers.
And let’s face it, since we are all on this web together, can we please try to put a stop to these annoyances?