A Passion for Simple Web Design

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In 11th grade, I took a web design class and there was one assignment that stood out in particular.

We were asked to build the most annoying and distracting one page website possible and the class would vote on a winner.Read More →

Blog Challenge: A Belated Introduction

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This week I’m participating in a blogging challenge and that means every day for 7 days I’m going to post something on the blog related to a prompt in the challenge.

The first day it’s my job to answer 5 questions that help you understand who I am and why I’m here. Although I’ve been blogger here at Success Measured for over a year, I think this intro is long overdue and something I somewhat skipped in the early stages.Read More →

Grow Your Blog Traffic With This Simple Commenting Strategy

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Everybody wants more traffic right? Especially targeted traffic full of people that will read your blog, enjoy your content, and possibly even end up working with you.

That’s why we do this whole content marketing thing, right?Read More →

Why I Hate Marketing

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Marketing is my job. How can I hate something I choose to do for a living? I used to love the numbers and I was obsessed with tracking every little win.

I would refresh the page waiting to see those conversions spike. Again.Read More →

4 Reasons Why Freelancing Is Good for Your Career

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Finding a job today is tough and starting your own business is no walk in the park either, but there’s a few ways you can ease the transition and build up your influence while you’re at it.

Freelancing is #1 in my book to get you through this rough patch, especially if you’re looking to get more experience or change your career focus.

Here are 4 benefits to freelancing even if you already have a job and you just want to pick up some extra work on the side:Read More →