There are a lot of different suggestions on how to design a website – just google ‘design trends for 2014’ and you’ll see a plethora of articles that range from basic guides and tips to design jargon that no one but a web designer understands. The thing is that most of these lists focus on different things – using images, font, landing pages, navigation bars – it’s endless. So what do you do? How do you sift through all the suggestions and get down to making your site great without spending the next 2 years on it? Oh, and if you are an expert web designer just move along – there’s nothing for you to see here.
There is a common response when myself or my co-workers tell other people about Cratejoy – if the person we’re talking to has not started their own subscription box company already they respond with a “Oh I have a great box of the month idea!” Every. Time. It’s awesome. Without fail people not only see
Creating a budget for your new business is a necessary evil. If you’re anything like me, budgeting and playing around with numbers is actually a lot of fun. I love using online financial tools and seeing things change as I put numbers in and move them around. You might be rolling your eyes and wondering if you should in fact call that CPA you know down the road to do it for you – just hear me out.