Thursday, June 21st, 2018

Creating A Link – Graphic Design Tip #96

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This post is an expansion of tip #96 in our post 101 Graphic Design Tips for Business Success.

Become A Commenter

Writers and designers crave and need feedback. If you have taken the time to visit a blog or online portfolio, have the courteously of leaving behind a calling card. Something that says, hey, I was here and I appreciate your willingness to share information. They can benefit from your insight or refuel from your positive comments…they may even be appreciative of thoughtful constructive criticism. For most people, having the simple validation of being read and heard can be a great motivation to keep going.

Become A Commenter - ThePerfectDesign

Commenting on business blogs and forums can be very beneficial, if done properly. When visiting blogs and forums, leave comments on subjects you know. Make your comments descriptive and helpful and not just say, “Nice blog entry!” If you can show that you know what you’re talking about, you will score some interest in your brand and start earning business. Make sure you don’t advertise in your posts, but do make sure you enter your website address whenever they ask for it in your information. This will help people find you.

When you are commenting online, remember to be true to your online persona. If you wouldn’t say it to their face, don’t say it online. You should be a walking advertisement for your business at all times, and that includes building a reputation as a considerate and intelligent commentator. Your business will benefit from familiarization if you post consistently enough. Build a warm personality that creates online bonds that are beneficial to all who come in contact with you.

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