5Aug 2013
Web Design Resources no comments

WordPress Themes for your Web Design Portfolio

Do not use free themes for your small business. You can purchase a nice professional theme for under $100, so don’t try to save money by using free themes that often aren’t built well and come with many bugs. If you select a theme that meets your business’s web design needs you can end up almost with no customization needed. Of course it is nice to have a completely unique portfolio page, but at the end of day all that really matters is that your website has a professional look and feel that appeals to your clients. read more

5Aug 2013
Leads Generation no comments

How Web Designers Can Find New Clients with Job Board Sites

There are various ways to go about finding a new web design client: you can receive new leads through referrals, advertise your services on AdWords, use search engines, and even attempt cold calling (though be warned, this tends to no longer work). But what option will reap the most success? The answer is simple, freelance job sites. Though there are various job sites to choose from (which can sometimes lead to frustration when deciding where and what to look at), these do tend to be the best online resources for finding new clients. It was actually the frustration of struggling to search through hundreds and hundreds of job postings to find decent referrals that I decided to create Area301. read more

5Aug 2013
SEO and Internet Marketing no comments

SEO Resources

Below are the resources necessary to stay at the forefront of search engine optimization (SEO) and Internet marketing. Some of the links will take you to blogs and websites specializing in reporting about SEO, while others will provide you with great tools to help you improve the position of your site in search results. Please feel free to comment and suggest other resources. We are constantly updating this page, adding new links and making corrections daily. read more

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