Training + ToolsFOR ENTREPRENEURS AND CREATIVES
Members of The Hivery get access to an engaging community, inspiring and educational online and in-person events, and the collective wisdom and support of an eco-system of entrepreneurs, artists, and small business leaders. Join me at The Hivery monthly for the Marketing Power Hour online workshop.
Instant Tools to Make Marketing Easier
FIVE EMAIL TEMPLATES TO HELP YOU SHARE YOUR BIG NEWS
Thank you for working with me to launch my Fall Cohort. I filled my workshop by the deadline I was hoping for! The open rates on the emails you created with me went way up because my audience was enjoying reading them. I even received a note from the former CMO from a leading investment firm that said, ‘Your emails are superb, I love them!’ You helped so much with my anxiety and writer’s block and otherwise, I wouldn’t have sent out the emails necessary to fill up my cohort. You were much more than a marketing person/writer—you were a real thought partner! Thank you thank you thank you!
Fonts! Love Them, But Not All at the Same Time
SIX TIPS FOR IMPROVING YOUR TYPOGRAPHY
It’s fun to play with fonts. And, now with DIY design programs like Canva (for graphics) or Squarespace (for websites), anyone with a computer can get their hands on and explore the world of typography. But there’s a reason graphic designers go to school…
Great design may go unnoticed to non-designers, but amateur design can stand out to everyone (in not the best ways). To experienced graphic designers, do not fret. These DIY design programs (or this PDF) won’t put you out of business. It is still our first recommendation to hire an experienced professional for most design projects.
…the adventurous beginner
…the business owner or creative on a tight budget
…the fast-moving entrepreneur who just wants to get it done at 3am
…these simple font guidelines will help you make the most out of your DIY design projects until the time comes when you’re ready to hire help. Design is fun AND can be beautiful even on a budget.
What Susan doesn’t know about typography isn’t worth knowing. During our years working together, she has gently corrected my mistakes in font design and taught me so much about what makes a cohesive design come together with text.