Digital Entrepreneurs is a community of online entrepreneurs, freelancers and digital nomads. We organize monthly events and provide training and support for our members to stay up-to-date in the ever-changing digital world.
Hello fellow Digital Entrepreneurs,
My name is Nathan Fréchette-Gagnon and I’m the founder & CEO of Marketing Ultimum, a digital marketing company that offers a wide range of digital solutions (innovative Web design, 360º Virtual Reality, social media marketing and many more).
In 2017, we can all agree that becoming a web-trepreneur or launching a start-up has never been this popular and this accessible. It seems like everyone’s starting their own business, specially selling digital services.
The Web and social media are filled with content, tools, online classes and webinars about social media marketing, e-commerce and affiliate marketing.
Although HTML does not allow for much creative input or personal flair, it does make coding easier, enabling content structure to take shape. By that same token, when you’re coding it is easy to lose sight of design elements. So, to help keep your website looking good while applying code, I’ve mapped out some resources for you to follow below.
Typically, when building a new online project one’s focus is on getting traffic. Yet, what actually hooks the customer is search engine results. This means that your best bet in marketing is knowing how to optimize your website to make it attractive and popular in search engines.
As a digital entrepreneur, one of the most important skills you’ll need is the ability to find customers. In this manner, you should try to find direct traffic to your website and I know there are a lot of ways to bring people to your website. However, in this article I'll discuss SEO because when people are doing research, they are in an active state of mind and more willing to take the action you want than on social media.
By “shoulding” I mean the constant mental interrogatory that leads nowhere but to a state of anxiety. It’s good for anyone in their twenties to be honest and take some time for introspection. But when those constant questions paralyze you to the point that you start doubting about yourself and your own capabilities, it’s time to stop.
I’ve read quantity of posts on the web of successful habits for entrepreneurs. However, there were all general tips /habits that doesn’t mean anything: examples include unclear advices like visualize, set your goals,etc. While interesting, these pieces of advices were often too generic...
When I was starting my first business, I was wondering if entrepreneurs used any tools to make their life better. Despite having no experience, I was convinced that they had some magic tools that could boost their productivity and make their ventures easier. After a while, I realised there is nothing magical to them but they can make your work easier and increase your productivity. For that reason, I’m quite happy to share those with you. Some of them are obvious, some are less known.