Interesting articles for digital entrepreneurs from January 2018

The skills and knowledge a digital entrepreneur requires for success is constantly evolving. To make things easier, each month we compile the industry’s best articles to help you keep informed. This post looks at 10 of the best marketing, management, web design, and productivity articles published in January.


Keeping up with SEO in 2018: What you should focus on
David Geer assesses what’s currently important to focus on when striving to improve a website’s search rankings.

Proven ways to get more visitors and more converting customers to your site
Keri Jacoby shares some creative ideas to generate traffic and increase sales.

Branding Trends to Look for in 2018
Brenda Barron brings attention to emerging brand trends that can be incorporated into your strategy.


Ways to Launch Your Website Quickly, Without Sacrificing Quality
Eric Karkovack shares some strategies you can employ to quickly get your businesses website off the ground.

Why side projects fail
Koos Looijesteijn shares seven common reasons side projects and businesses will fail.

A New Approach to Feature Requests
Chase Clemons discusses strategies for dealing with customer requests and managing their expectations.

5 Ways Your Small Business Can Impress First-Time Customers
Joel Gottesman offers five simple steps to turn first-time customers into repeat customers.

6 tips for pricing your digital products
Keri Jacoby explores some important factors to consider when pricing digital products.

The 12 most popular digital products you can sell online
Looking to monetize your audience? Kyle Maurer suggests twelve kinds of digital products you could sell.


Productivity in 2017: What we learned from analyzing 225 million hours of work time
Jory MacKay has drawn some fascinating conclusions from analyzing a ton of productivity data.

Web Design

6 Unbreakable Rules for Building the Perfect Contact Form
Suzanne Scacca breaks down the essential components of a contact form that maximizes conversions.

9 Ways to Design for Human Error
Ezequiel Bruni discusses some strategies to help you to design products that allow for mistakes.

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Shane Gowland

Hi! I’m a web designer, software developer, and digital marketer based in South Australia. I've been building websites on WordPress for over 12 years. You can learn more about the projects and businesses I'm involved with on my website.

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