If you want to learn how to make a WordPress website in one hour, this video is for you. 🙂 There’s a big myth out there that making a website has to take FOREVER, and while I have spent a few months on some client websites, I have also made websites in as little as fifteen minutes, like I did while creating the sample site in this free website guide.
You’ve always done things your own unique way, and you live your life differently. Some say you’re a crazy one, but in the words of Apple, we see genius. It’s definitely possible to create a unique branding message in a way that makes a difference in the world, if only you knew what you stood for. It’s actually easy to figure out your unique message if you first get
My freshman year of college I attended a pitch party event where entrepreneurs pitched their startup ideas to a room full of venture capitalists. I knew that venture capitalists were notoriously professional and no-nonsense (kinda like the guys on Shark Tank but not Mr. Wonderful ;)), so I decided to shake things up a bit with a very unique elevator pitch. I wore the usual pencil skirt and blazer to
Even if you’re on a tight budget for your website, you still want it to look great, right? I’ve scoured through Theme Forest and found some beautiful and well-designed HTML website templates for you under $15 each. Here are some of the best responsive website templates under $15. Note: these are HTML templates and don’t work for WordPress unless you convert them into a custom theme yourself. Also, the
I’ll admit it; I’m weird. And I’m not afraid to show it. I once pitched a business idea with a dinosaur Powerpoint presentation to a room full of venture capitalists while wearing a blazer sneakily covered in turtle and vegetarian buttons, and another time I made hummus on stage for a talent show; I’m not afraid to be me. I’ve been that weird, awkward girl with glasses, Photoshop and
Here is what a horizontal Mailchimp opt-in form looks like: And here is the code to make the magic happen. Just copy and paste this wherever you want your opt-in form to appear (such as a new text sidebar widget). <div style=”width: 30%; float: left;”>Text Here</div> <div style=”width: 70%; float: left;”><!– Begin MailChimp Signup Form –> <div id=”mc_embed_signup”> <form class=”validate” id=”mc-embedded-subscribe-form” action=”http://HereIsWhereYouPasteYourLongURLFromMailChimp” method=”post” name=”mc-embedded-subscribe-form” novalidate=”” target=”_blank”> <div class=”mc-field-group”> <input