When asked to write a weekly blog article I was skeptical. After all, I’m not the copy writer here at NDF. I have done some copy editing but beyond that it isn’t my main function here. So when I came across this article from Vertical Response with 13 tips to Improving Email Copy, I jumped on it and thought I would pass this along to you!
Month: November 2010
With the holiday season here, kids are writing to Santa Clause en mass. But one San Francisco entrepreneur developed a smartphone app for kids wondering…
Postcards and holiday greeting cards share a lot in common. For one, they both serve to connect friends and relatives over a distance. They also…
This Month’s What’s Next Winner is Joel Lafond. Congratulations Joel, for suggesting the topic “Tips for good logo designs.”
We all know the busiest time of the year is literally right around the corner. Black Friday and Cyber Monday is upon us in full shopping glory. Yet, now a days, you don’t have to fall into the anti-eco trap of mall deals and specials when there are so many sites out there dedicated to Green & Sustainable Shopping.
As photographers and artists we all have creative walls. We all work really hard to improve our skill sets and try to learn new things to go around new problems to make our photographs/artworks look better. Sometimes when we hit this wall we feel so burnt out and we don’t want to work at all. We start to think that our images are looking dull to us and feel as if there is something missing. We usually over complicate problems like this, we then search for some magical trick out of it that will give us the creative approach.