Tag Archives: Being

How to Promote Yourself Without Being Too Cheesy

Deb Dey — July 9, 2018 Follow @debdulaldey— July 9, 2018 In every creative professional’s career, there comes a point when they need some form of self-promotional material. This could be a personal logo, a business card or a Web site. Almost every designer, illustrator and copywriter I’ve spoken with describes “self-design” as a struggle, … Continue reading How to Promote Yourself Without Being Too Cheesy

Transition Your Website to HTTPS-compliance NOW to Stop It From Being Marked Not Secure

Chris Abraham — July 3, 2018 Follow @chrisabraham — July 3, 2018 According to Search Engine Land, if you haven’t already transitioned your website to being HTTPS-compliant by July 1, 2018—last Sunday!—your website is probably already being marked as not secure—though this might not take effect until 24 July, depending on when the next version … Continue reading Transition Your Website to HTTPS-compliance NOW to Stop It From Being Marked Not Secure

7 ways protections for online content are being eroded

Recent changes to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act raise questions about how safe from liability publishers will continue to be for user-generated or third-party content. Contributor Wesley Young discusses threats on the horizon to those protections. Wesley Young on April 24, 2018   Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) is critical … Continue reading 7 ways protections for online content are being eroded

The Myth of Being Paid to Create and Why It’s Doomed to Fail

Emelina Spinelli — February 10, 2018 Follow @ecspinelli — February 10, 2018 Can you hear the buzz…. the murmer… the consistent droning on and on from “experts” who tell you this mythical story? Have you heard about the unicorn that you can catch, called “being paid to create”, doing what you love, making money while … Continue reading The Myth of Being Paid to Create and Why It’s Doomed to Fail