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2019 Year in Review

Last year I wrote my first year in review post. In it, I detailed what happened in 2018 and what I wanted to accomplish in 2019. To hold myself accountable, I created a Google sheet with all the specifics and a monthly reminder to update the sheet. Let’s see how I measured up! (Oh yeah, and talk about my plans for 2020.)

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Creating a customized social profile page

A few months ago I joined Instagram. If you’re there, you know that you can only put ONE link in your profile or bio. You can’t put any clickable links elsewhere, which is a huge bummer. What if you want to tell people about your most recent podcast episode or blog post? What if you’re having an upcoming event that you want to showcase? The answer is a customized social profile page.

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3 tips for choosing a WordPress theme

A custom designed WordPress site isn’t always in the cards. Luckily, there are TONS of pre-designed themes and templates out there to consider. But how do you decide which theme will work best for your project? Here are three tips for choosing a WordPress theme that will work well for your project.

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29 sign up forms + what I’ve learned from them

Today we’re going to look at 29 different examples of sign up forms — forms asking a visitor to sign up for a newsletter or to receive a free resource. There’s a ton we can learn from these by looking at where they’re located, what they contain and what they promise.

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Email marketing in the wild with Spoonwood Brewing

Over the weekend I visited Spoonwood Brewing in the South Hills of Pittsburgh. As soon as I sat down, I noticed a call to action to sign up for their email list. I LOVE seeing email marketing in the wild. Let’s walk through each piece of the puzzle and I’ll show you how I think Spoonwood is doing everything right.

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