Surviving and Thriving in the Gig Economy

(Guest post by Lucy Reed.) Whether you’re tired of the office grind or looking to earn extra income on the side, entering the gig economy is an attractive option. But what defines a gig economy worker and what does it take to thrive in the world of self-employment?...

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Divi Blog Module Change Read More to a Button

How to Change the Read Mode Text to a Button in the Divi Blog Module Sometimes you want something besides a read more text link in your blog page - perhaps a button?  I know I have... many times.  Read More - gets boring... this can spice it up a bit   Add the...

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Divi Blog Module Mods, Tweaks, Hacks…

Divi Blog Module and Image Sizes So I have been thinking about this for awhile and finally will do something with it... Having used Divi for awhile now, I have discovered some things that I use routinely and thought I would post them here - for me to look back on as...

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Who Should Build Your Website?

So now that you know why you need a website and what you need in a website... you need to decide who is going to design the site? Typically, there are a few options: an agency, a freelancer, friend/family, or you. Large agencies can do a lot more than just your...

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What Do I Need to Create a Website?

Last week I gave a presentation to the Denver Small Business Development Center's Leading Edge for Entrepreneurs class - on what you need to create websites. It was a fitting subject and I presented with another web developer. After I was done, I thought - this would...

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So… Why Do I Need a Website Anyway?

So... Why do I (or you) need a website?  Let's face it - the phone book has gone by the wayside.  The internet/interwebs/googles are the sources of information at your fingertips.  When I was younger, if you wanted to know what business in your area did something -...

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Keywords and Inbound Marketing

So... I have been working on websites for a number of years. Back in the day keywords were defined on the page in a place people couldn't really view called the head section. Under that you would have a meta keywords line defining what you wanted the search engines to...

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