How to Use Social Media as your Business' Best Marketing Weapon


A Social Media Starter Kit

Consider this your crash course in marketing! In this client education series, we’ll discuss tried-and-true marketing basics that are relevant to the business climate of today. We’ll begin with social media marketing – the modern-day fuel to your marketing fire.

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7 Powerful Lessons To Be Learned From My Trash Guys


A Little Trash Talk

We can all learn a ton about life, business, and effective client service by simply following the trash collection guys around my old neighborhood. Their names are Chris and Buck. The fact that I even know their names speaks volumes...

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EIN's: All the Best-Dressed Freelancers are Wearing One


Up Your Freelance Game: Apply for an EIN

As a freelancer, I sometimes forget I am running a company of one. I am both the product and the advertising, the management, and the HR department (self-care days are mandatory here). If you’re a freelancer, you're a business owner...

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Virtual Realities and A Bit of Holiday Cheer from MojoMediaPros


Investing In Remote Culture

If you’re wondering how the Hollywood Christmas Parade photo above relates to MojoMediaPros, or to investing in remote-team culture, read on. We’ll get there – I promise. 

Among other, even less pleasant challenges, 2020 will be remembered as the year everyone learned how to work from home...

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10 Tools to Boost Your Productivity on the Road


Digital nomads are reinventing the traditional home office, and I am one of them.

Ever look at your home office and think: “I could take this on the road”? That’s exactly what my husband and I thought at the beginning of 2019. One puppy, one wedding, and just about one year later, we have taken our work/life balancing act out on the road and are living out our dream ...

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The High Cost of Failing to Protect the Crown Jewels


Domain Names — Way More than Branding

Having created websites and providing digital services to clients for the past 25 years, I feel like I’ve seen it all, including a lot of unnecessary drama around domain ownership and registration...

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Creativity needs to be dangerous and unpredictable.


When everything becomes a little too comfortable and controlled, it’s easy to produce work that’s devoid of surprises.

Humans are very adept at falling into ruts. The more we do something, and the better we get at doing it, the greater the inclination to keep on doing it the very same way...

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Entrepreneurship in the Face of Crisis


The Gift of Adversity

The 2020 Coronavirus crisis and worldwide COVID19 pandemic, has grabbed our attention like nothing in our lifetime... For business owners and entrepreneurs, the notion of “business, as usual”, is not only impossible, it is hard to imagine when things will return to “normal” and what the new norm may feel like. But that in itself is not all bad...

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Here are 10 Secrets for Surviving Quarantine


A Freelancer’s Perspective on Quarantine Readiness

As a freelance designer who works from home, I've basically been living in quarantine for years. In my solitude, I've had plenty of time to find ways to make it as pleasant as possible.

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5 Survival Rules Every Entrepreneur Absolutely Needs To Know


Life-hardened Founder’s Advice 

This post is written as a shout out to passionate entrepreneurs everywhere who may be struggling to finance their venture. And while this “Dutch Uncle” advice may sound like heresy to some, it is informed by personal experience ...

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