You took your idea and put it together in a
business plan. After long, grueling hours or market research, analyzing your
competition, coming up with prototypes, you’re finally ready to put this plan
into profitable business action.
You even have a plan to raise funds to get
your idea off the ground. But… before you proceed any further, you need a name
for your startup. Sure, you may have an idea or two but how do you know it’ll
Most entrepreneurs consider naming their
startup as the most undervalued aspect of their business. On the contrary, this
name is going to stick with your business for its whole life. It’s the most
valued aspects of your business. You need to get it right from the beginning.
If your company or organization conducts any of its business online, chances are your customers will need help with something. Whether it’s pre-sales type questions, or support for existing customers, or questions on how to use your product, you will need to find the best way to provide them with the information they need.
Automation is changing the way entire industries function. It is what separates forward-thinking businesses from traditional mindsets. One company that has embodied the value of automation is Google. Whether it’s self-driving cars or an immense advertising network, Google is one of the leading companies invested in coding and development advancement. And so it’s quite a treat that, as of February 28th, 2019, Google is releasing a new domain name extension: .dev.
So why is it that landing on the perfect domain name can still often be a struggle? Why do many bloggers end up regretting the domain name they originally came up with, and change it months or years later?
The answer lies in what’s going through you mind when you’re learning how to start a blog.
2019 is the Year of the Pig and to celebrate, from Feb 5th – Feb 12th, we’re offering $1.99 / year first year registrations on 20+ of the best new domain extensions, PLUS we’re giving away eight $88 Amazon Gift Cards, no purchase necessary!
Whether it’s shared workspaces, freelancing,
employment-related services or corporate HR – the .work TLD is leading the global
The global giant Amazon uses the website amazon.work as their employee human resources (HR) portal for hundreds of thousands of employees. Alexa.com ranks it in the top 3,000 US websites with over 380,000 unique visitors per month.
I work with hundreds of freelance designers every day on my blog and online community. And, I have to be honest, it’s scary just how often I hear something like this:
“I want to reach out to new clients, but my site’s just not ready.”
So today, I’d like to offer a few stellar examples of designers using the new .design domain extension to showcase their work. Some of the examples are extremely simple—in a good way—proving you don’t have to spend months redesigning (or designing for the first time) your portfolio site.
After highlighting a few great examples of just what you can do with a quality .design domain, I’ll quickly share some of my best tips for making the most of your design portfolio site.