Join your host Ida Winstead as we explore business, marketing, website design, branding, and more to figure out how we can mix Scandinavian minimalism and southern hospitality to bring more hygge to life and business!
014: How to actually set and accomplish your business goals as a creative entrepreneur
This past week I checked a huge goal off my list, and as I'm celebrating that and reflecting on the rest of 2021, I figured it would be a perfect time to talk about goal setting, evaluations, and mid-year check ins on the podcast.
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013: Copywriting tips for Creative Entrepreneurs from a Website Designer
As a website designer, I’ve seen my fair share of good, bad, and ugly when it comes to website design and copy.
Last week’s episode was all about the DIY website mistakes I see people making and how you can fix them, but today, I wanted to talk about something a lot of people neglect when it comes to a website, and also the reason why a lot of people think their website isn’t working:
As a designer, you might think that I believe the design is what makes the sales, but in all honesty, copy dictates design.
Today's episode is all about the intentional steps you can take today to better your website copy!
012: DIY Website Mistakes That Are Costing You Business
Did you know you only have 0.05 seconds before someone makes a decision on whether or not to stay on your website? In today's fast paced world, there are several DIY website mistakes that could be costing you business!
In today's episode I share the top five mistakes I see creative entrepreneurs make and how you can easily improve your website today.
For show notes and more information head to https://hyggedesign.co/12
011: Using Profit First to Build a Profitable Business
"It costs money to make money"
I'm sure we've all heard this one a couple of times, and I remember thinking early on in my business that I needed all the things to be successful, and while my business was a side hustle and I was able to invest more money back into the business, I quickly realized how important it is for us to be paying ourselves too.
In today's episode I share all about how profit first has helped me build a thriving business where I'm free to invest within reason to build a business for the long haul.
For shownotes go to: https://hyggedesign.co/11
010: How to nail down your offerings to scale your business
The shiny object syndrome can often lead us to feeling like we're already behind before we even get started. In today's episode of The Hygge Hour podcast I share all about how I've been able to grow my business by staying in my own lane, putting my head down and getting to work, and what I'm currently working through to grow and scale my business!
009: Pinterest marketing for creative entrepreneurs
“OMG Ida! I just found you on Pinterest! Teach me your ways!”
This message just popped into my DMs, and luckily for you, I’d already planned an episode all about Pinterest for creatives so I just bumped it up in my schedule.
And before you tune me out thinking your audience isn’t on Pinterest, or people only use Pinterest to plan their wedding or their meal prep, hear me out, I want to ask you to stick around for this episode. You might be surprised!
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