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Gluten Free Cowgirl

By |2019-07-12T06:54:36-06:00December 5th, 2011|Blog, Content Marketing, Graphic Design, Portland, Web Design|

Sarah Hahn wanted to be more than just an ordinary blogger. She wanted a revenue stream. By combining two niche subjects - Gluten-Free baking and Natural Horsemanship - she has cleverly invited both demographics to overlap on her website. The Content Marketing plan involves using natural horsemanship philosophy and horse training tips with amazing recipes for [...]

How I Got a Client from Quora

By |2019-07-12T06:54:37-06:00August 30th, 2011|Blog, Content Marketing|

There's a fun new info-aggregation website called Quora. It's kid of addictive. It's good for finding answers and experts, and for sharing your knowledge. And sometimes, it's good for finding clients. If you have an area of expertise, the easiest way for you to get clients is to become known as the person who knows [...]

A Great Landing Page

By |2019-07-12T06:54:37-06:00August 14th, 2011|Blog, Content Marketing, Reviews|

There are a lot of things that Ramit Sethi does right. He’s got an incredible blog, full of useful content on a target niche. (Personal finance for twentysomethings and those who still act like twentysomethings, financially.) I open his website every day using the Chrome extension Daily Links – similar to Firefox’s Morning Coffee, it [...]

Cafe / Restaurant Website

By |2019-07-12T06:54:37-06:00August 12th, 2011|Blog, Graphic Design, Portland, Web Design|

I am, unashamedly, an avid lover of Anna Bannanas Cafe. This St. Johns neighborhood coffee shop has been my favorite haunt for five years. I jokingly refer to it as "my office." When someone needs to meet me in person, I always try and meet them at Annas, since I'm there all the time anyways. [...]

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