By Teri Wade – BackStage.com – Photo: Christin Hume/Unsplash.
Actors often think they don’t need a website, especially if they’ve got an IMDB page. After all, if Viola Davis and Daniel Day-Lewis don’t have their own sites, why should you have one? It gives you control of your image and brand. As your success grows, people will talk about you and present you in different lights. Your own website is the one place you have complete control over your narrative, no matter what anyone else is saying.
By Jack Alexander – FStoppers.com – Image Not Credited.
With the uprising of social media, it seems many creatives are using their social media pages – such as Instagram – as their top choice of portfolio for potential clients to review. It’s where they’re directing potential clients, as opposed to an “official” website. While a presence on social media is essential in the current market if you don’t wish to be left behind by your peers, it still feels somewhat amateur to use it as your main source of representation. When reviewing new photographers, stylists or make-up artists for potential jobs, many magazines and producers are likely to be hesitant to forward Instagram links to a client over an actual website.
By Gerroald Barron – IThemes.com – Image Not Credited.
As hacks and security breaches become more of a concern for anyone running a WordPress website, it’s important to know you can drastically improve your security by using a few WordPress security best practices. If you don’t already have a WordPress security strategy in place, this post will help you understand seven ways you can secure and protect your WordPress website.
By Brandon Johnston – Born2Invest.com – Photo Not Credited
When starting your online website, you have several choices available to you. Personally, this can be very confusing especially when you’ve never designed a website before.
When I first got started, I would do everything by hand i.e. coding, customizations, navigation, and creating the CSS files. But, things have changed a lot over the years streamlining how fast and easy you can get started online. I’m here to tell you that if you’re starting an online website, then WordPress should be your number one choice. It’s flexible, very easy to install, and gives you everything you need to build a brand.