Is Twitter a great way to communicate? Absolutely. But for many people it's not the preferred method. Making people search for other ways to contact you, while it might be a great test of loyalty and patience, is not ideal when you're trying to attract clients. Here's a better strategy from Laura M. Foley...
Damien Golden of iKANDEAdvertising.com shares social media secrets about the best times to post for each network.
Sports Logo Design: It's a tough field to be in as logos define the cultures surrounding America's favorite pastime. These 10 sports logos represent fan favorites and big fouls. See the list.
Another round up of "big ideas" from CFC 2013 by copywriter, Deidre Rienzo.
If you're looking for a design job, be sure to make the most of social media. Following are eight social media tips to help you clean up the digital debris in your graphic design career job hunt.
Tom Tumbusch answers questions about how the CFC/InHOWse matchmaking with actual prospects will work and explains why you can't afford to miss it.
In the latest podcast/interview in the Creative Freelancer Conference Speaker Series (the big event is right around the corner, June 22-24 in San Francisco), Ilise Benun speaks with Jezra Kaye, author of “Speak Like Yourself, No Really,” and together they dissect each word of her session title: “Promote and Present: How to Speak Persuasively...
How to Register for CFC 2013 Day 3 Half Day Workshops on Positioning and Content Marketing with Ilise Benun and Mark O'Brien. These workshops are in-depth, hands-on half-day sessions for $99 each. Huge value!
In preparation for the networking fest that is CFC 2013: The Business Conference for the Creatively Self Employed (www.creativefreelancerconference.com), networking expert, author and speaker Dana Manciagli shares with Ilise Benun 10 tips to networking with a purpose to get what you need.
Podcast: Bryn Mooth on where she is after 2 years of freelancing and her upcoming CFC session: What to Expect When You’re Freelancing, which is perfect for those who are anywhere on the continuum from "I’m thinking about it" to "I’ve made the move but I’m still struggling,"