Ilise Benun has already helped you discover what sets you apart from your competition. Now she reveals how—and what—to learn from your competition.
Spring cleaning isn’t just about washing windows and clearing away cobwebs. Your design career also needs a thorough refresh every year so it’ll look its best—to recruiters, prospective clients and potential employers—in the months to come.
These LinkedIn tips will help you build and nurture your professional network for success in 2017.
Is your LinkedIn profile attracting the right clients for you or your firm? And do you even know what makes a good LinkedIn profile for designers and agency owners?
I am often asked by clients which social media platforms designers and other creative professionals should spend their time and effort on. It’s not an easy answer because the question itself is the problem. The choice of which social media platform is not based on who’s providing the content but on who’s using or...
Here are strategies that can help interactive and web designers use LinkedIn to find and network with clients and prospects.
How has your profile been affected by the recent changes on LinkedIn? Is it better or worse?
Here’s a trend I’ve noticed… You attend a conference (I was at MYOB last week). You meet some new people during the networking reception and grab their card (or not — as long as you vaguely remember their name, you can now find them online). Then, you go back to your room and before...
Successful freelancer, Damien Golden, explains how to find well-rounded, killer clients and get rid of the the high maintenance, low/no/slow pay ones.
Copywriter and CFC veteran, Alisa Bonsignore, suggests what exactly to say when connecting on LinkedIn.