How to Choose the Best Fonts for Your Print Project

Sometimes it is not the message, but how it is said, that makes the most impact. The message will be rendered useless if the intended receiver has no desire to hear and/or read it. In printed communication, the design matters a lot from the logo to the colors down to the font choice in making an impact on the target audience. Sometimes, there is a limited amount of time for them to see the design. To illustrate, a billboard on the highway is often bypassed by cars in literally a matter of seconds, so it must get its job done swiftly and effectively.

How to Write the Perfect Real Estate Agent Bio

Half of all home buyers find their homes on the internet, yet the percentage of real estate agents with websites remains quite small, according to the National Association of Realtors….

10 Ways to Build Your Freelance Client List

Every freelancer has more than one job. No matter what their trade, they’re also a professional marketer, accountant, consultant and so much more. Whether you’ve just decided to start freelancing…

6 Networking Tips for Nonprofits

Running a successful nonprofit requires more than the desire to spread the word about the cause you support. Knowing how to effectively network while creating new connections and maximizing your…