Month: November 2016

Logos

35 Stunning Examples of Colorful Logo Designs

In the past, logos were very conservative. A lot of them where black and white, and if any business did try out other colors, they stayed on the safe side and stuck to just two or three. But today’s digital world is different. It’s bolder. It’s more dramatic. And yes, it demands for a whole…

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Entrepreneurship

Why Being a Jack of all Trades Is a Great Thing

“Jack of all trades, master of none.” This is one line that we have heard too many times, something that has dissuaded many from going beyond what they already know. But then again, this line also came from a time when knowledge was limited and resources were not as accessible. Today, people wonder – could…

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Business

7 Video Conferencing Mistakes You Better Stop Now

These days, the number of companies adopting video conferencing into their communication platforms is growing. More and more people are also getting better at using the technology. But not everything is smooth sailing. It’s not uncommon for first-timers to hit a couple of snags as they try to find their way around. Read on to…

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Entrepreneurship

A New Marketer’s Guide to Referrals

Your best friend tells you about the most comfortable shoes he’s ever worn, and you try on a pair for yourself. Your sister exclaims about the terrible service at that new restaurant, and you know to stay away. You listen when your loved ones tell you about their experiences with different businesses - and your…

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Shop

Create Stunning Memes with these 20 Comic Fonts

Since memes became popular online, everybody suddenly had an outlet for their opinions. The interesting thing about memes is the fact that it’s never straightforward. You need wit and a truckload of creativity to make it work. Of course, memes are not just about the joke, or the sarcasm-ridden remark. It’s also about creating an…

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Freelancing

Freelancers, it’s Time to Know Your Market Rates

Online job information sites like PayScale and Glassdoor are invaluable tools for any employee who want to walk into their boss’s office and negotiate their way into better salary. But if you just walk into that office and say “I think I deserve a $5,000 raise in my annual salary” without explaining your reasoning for…

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