We’ve all snapped thousands of photos with our smartphones and cameras over the years. But if you’re like me, they’re just sitting on a your phone, hard drive or cloud storage and taking up lots of e-space. Instead of only sharing digital memories with select friends on social media (if anyone at all), why not make a little extra money from your photos? It’s an easy and passive way to turn your hobby into an additional revenue stream. This article shares a few ways you can turn your photos into cash and will hopefully inspire you to find the best stock photography sites to grow your income.
If you haven’t heard of Canva by now, it’s one of the world’s fastest growing online graphic design and photo editing companies. Based out of Australia, Canva is a popular website used by millions of entrepreneurs to help create social media graphics, print graphics and more all easily and with no graphic design experience. And did we mention it was free? No wonder it’s so popular! And the the person responsible for the idea and running the company is Melanie Perkins, a 20-something girl with a huge drive and passion. Read on to learn more about Canva, how the idea came about and what’s next for the business.
Mr. Gil was looking for an affordable and highly customized shopping cart solution. When he could not find one to meet his needs, he got to work creating one himself. Over the years, 3dcart has grown (and is now Shift4Shop), and Gonzalo now oversees the company’s vision and day-to-day operations, leaving his days of coding and programming behind. This Florida-based business is one of our top picks in our eCommerce Platforms Reviews, and we are proud to feature the found in our latest people who rock the web interview series. Get to know the man behind this successful business to learn what makes 3dcart an excellent eCommerce service.
Since launching in 2011, Treehouse has created nearly 500 hours of original course content which has helped nearly 200,000 students to learn invaluable skills including coding, web design, app building, starting a business and more. Their 200+ courses led by expert instructors help people of all ages and skill levels around the world advance their careers so they can stay ahead of the trends and have a leg up on their competition in the workforce. And Micah Cooksey, one of their brightest up and coming team members, is no exception. Micah received his Bachelor’s degree at the young age of 16 and is finishing his masters degree at 19! He’s currently doing sales and marketing at Treehouse. We were honored to have the chance to interview Mr. Cooksey and learn more about Treehouse, one of our top picks for best online learning site. We also learned more from Micah’s insights into the online learning market.
Despite the growing number of marketing and social media channels, email is still an effective tool to cut through the clutter and help market your business. And despite what you might think, industry trends suggest it’s here to stay. How can you leverage email marketing to grow your customer base? Our experts are here to
No matter the size of your business, having a website is like a virtual business card. At the very least, people want to validate that you exist and have a way to get in touch with you. But it’s also an affordable way to showcase your products and services. Even if you don’t sell products online or need the extra marketing, it’s a good idea to have a little corner of the internet that’s all yours. But how do you go about making a website? We know that it can seem overwhelming, but luckily you’re in the right place! We’ll walk you through the steps and break down the terminology in an easy to understand guide…
SendinBlue is our top pick for best email marketing platform for ecommerce and we had the chance to interview their Chief Marketing Officer, Amalia Bercot. Based in France, Amalia heads up the company’s marketing and acquisition efforts which has resulted in vast growth to over 20,000 global customers in just five short years! Find out more about how they did it and how SendinBlue can help your small business succeed through email marketing in our exclusive Q&A session.
If you’re looking for images online, the selection, quality and price are better than ever. There are dozens of websites which offer royalty-free photos at no cost to you. You can create content for your company’s blogs, websites and other marketing materials without breaking the bank. There are many places to search for images and deciding which websites are worth using and what each offers can be tricky. Luckily, we’ve used and reviewed some of the best free stock photo sites on the web so you can get to downloading picture perfect images in no time.
Need high-resolution, top-notch stock photos, images or videos on a regular basis but don’t want to spend a fortune? Thanks to Depositphotos and its talented contributors from all over the globe, you can find the visual you need to help tell the story of your business without looking cheesy or unoriginal. Learn more about Depositphotos’ wide-range of photography, visual images and videos in our in-depth review that includes a company overview, pricing info, pros and cons and more.
Oskar Jaśniewski joined the ClickMeeting team as an intern but quickly moved up the ranks and is now responsible for their outreach and marketing efforts. He shares what it’s like working at ClickMeeting, how the webinar company has grown so quickly and how it has differentiated itself in the marketplace in our latest People Who Rock the Web interview.
Find yourself struggling to stay on top of the never-ending to-do list? Or maybe you’re having a difficult time tackling projects? Thanks to Basecamp you can delegate, manage and never miss another deadline. In 1999, a software development company called 37Signals created Basecamp for internal project management for their programmers, including co-founder Jason Fried—they found it so useful themselves, they offered the service to others. After its rapid success and several products later, in 2014 they officially re-named the company “Basecamp” and have been solely focused on it ever since. Learn more about the basics of Basecamp, why people love it so much and how you can get started (for free).
Best Coworking Spaces (2024): ServCorp vs Regus vs WeWork vs WorkBar vs Davinci vs The Yard vs Cross Campus & More
For freelancers, working from home can be lonely and unproductive. Working from coffee shops can be noisy and overcrowded and more of a hassle than helpful. For business owners, having an office can be expensive and time-consuming to manage, and you might need offices in multiple cities. Thanks to the growing number of coworking spaces, consultants, entrepreneurs and full-time employees have a convenient, affordable place they can go on a per use or regular basis. They come equipped with all the things you’d come to expect at an office like printing, coffee, break room, WiFi, conference rooms (and even games).