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How to Become a Graphic Designer

By Lisa Sylvester

Have you ever thought about what it would take to become a graphic designer?

Or just wanted to make graphics for your own website or blog?

Or perhaps wished you could make some extra money creating graphics while working from home?! In the online world, graphics have become an absolute necessity. If you run an online business, you need many different graphics, probably on a weekly or even daily basis: Graphics for a website, blog, social media, email and other marketing campaigns.

That’s right! Everyone needs them and YOU can be the one to provide them! If you’ve been waiting for the right time to become a graphic designer, even as a side business, now is that time. I know. I know. You feel overwhelmed and dizzy at just the thought of it.

You’ve got way easier options than you think.
Read on to learn how to become a graphic designer without going to design school (and check out the easy, free graphics tool below to help you do it).

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Avoid These 10 Big Website Design Mistakes

By Lisa Sylvester

What a bummer… that you can’t just put up a website, make sales and forget about it. Sorry, that would just be asking for multiple website design mistakes to happen! And big mistakes mean that people won’t stick around for long on your site.

Don’t let this happen to you!
Read these ten website design mistakes you can’t afford to make:

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Web Graphics Guide for Online Business

By Lisa Sylvester

5 Web Graphics you must have to run a successful online business:

You’ve probably heard about how important it is to have high-quality images on your website and blog. Okay. Well, just know that you’re missing out big-time if you haven’t put any thought into using awesome web graphics to make your sales!

Before finding out what these super important graphics are, I want you to know WHY web graphics are essential:

Effective web graphics visually explain what you want your audience to understand. This is super important.  I’m certainly guilty of not always reading the information right in front of me. I’m in a hurry. You’re in a hurry, too right? And with all the great forms of visual content these days, why bother reading a whole long page?

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