All posts tagged: Pink

How to Master Hipster Style in 5 Easy Steps

Say what you will about hipster style, but the too-cool-for-school approach to dressing—mastered and perpetuated by those who call themselves “hipsters”—has had a pretty massive impact on street style, pop culture, and the world of fashion at large. People all of all ages are loving and strutting this fabulous look! So how can you get the look? Read on at Who What Wear HERE.

3 Steps To Help Grow Your Instagram

So you know those wedding vendors who already had a ton of blog followers before they started using Instagram? Of course, they’re able to build their Instagram to 100k+ followers quickly! Their followers are simply coming from other platforms. but what about the rest of us who don’t already have a large blog audience to bring to instagram? What about those who are starting from scratch (or almost scratch)? When I first started building my Instagram, I had virtually no blog following… well, besides my son. I was in a perpetual state of the 24/7 hustle, trying to attract clients while nurturing the few clients I already had. It was hard to produce my best work while constantly worrying that client inquiries might disappear the next month. It wasn’t until I made a few intentional tweaks to my Instagram feed while building a strong strategy that I started to alleviate some of that stress. To my surprise (and delight), it helped me start booking clients more consistently too because Instagram gave my business a personal …

This App Will Help You Avoid Toxic Ingredients

The term “all-natural” is thrown around quite loosely in the beauty business and there is a lot of misinformation out there. I try to research my beauty products and the ingredients in them, but sometimes it can be challenging to understand what some of the ingredients are and if the product is actually good for you. I recently discovered the EWG Healthy Living app and it’s so wonderful and helpful! It gives beauty products and groceries a rating based on nutrition, ingredient concerns and the degree of processing. The best scores are rated with a green “1” and the worst with a red “10”. You can also see the breakdown of all the ingredients in the product and then all of those ingredients are rated as well. This is great because it helps you recognize specific ingredients that are red flags. Check out this helpful app HERE.

Chic Directive: Allison Courses Learn Spanish FREE

If learning to speak Spanish is on your bucket list then Allison Courses might be perfect for you, All Alison courses are free to study. To successfully complete a course you must score 80% or higher in each course assessments. Upon successful completion of a course, you can choose to take what you’ve learned and be satisfied with that or make your achievement formal by purchasing an official certificate of completion or diploma. Subscribe to PinkDailyNews to stay up to date on new courses offered regularly. To learn more about this Spanish course visit HERE.

Steps for Launching Your Business for Less Than $100

I started my internet publishing business in 2008 with minus money, literally. I barely knew nothing at all about blogging or that it was even a word lol, but I somehow put up websites and monetized them. Even when I had our first year of earning more than $50,000, I was still creating all of the content myself. The last few years have been more challenging but for personal reasons. Family stuff but that doesn’t change the fact that starting and running a successful business does not have to cost very much, require big loans or anything like that. The family stuff is another story, this story is about how to start a business for nothing, so let me go back to the beginning. I already had an old computer and a tediously slow internet connection. I contacted a local web designer to begin creating a site for me. I really didn’t have to do that I now know but I didn’t then and it turned out to be a HUGE mistake. Don’t make the mistake …

Great Fashion Blogs May 2018: The Chriselle Factor

Fashion Bloggers and Blogs are a dime a dozen, then there are the ones that stand above and beyond the rest and The Chriselle Factor is one of those few. Chriselle Lim has a timeless beauty and along with her photographer husband never misses the mark on creating fabulous images along with great content. She perfectly blends her fashion knowledge with her love of family and motherhood on her blog. This Stylist and Digital Influencer has been creating quite a stir in the fashion industry. Starting off her fashion career as a wardrobe stylist, she logged in years of editorial shoots with prominent fashion books and celebrities. In December 2011, Chriselle founded The Chriselle Factor to chronicle her daily musings and personal style. She also launched her YouTube channel to empower and inspire women all over the world. She helps them discover their true beauty and gives them the confidence they need to feel beautiful. Within a short period, 650k+ people have subscribed to her YouTube channel. With over 29 million views, Chriselle is the …

50 Ways Social Media Can Destroy Your Business

Um been there, done that. I along with the people mentioned in this article have been on the receiving end of HORRIBLE things said about me on social media (long story, I’ll explain in another article) and all of that, every word said, is still there for the world to see and I can’t do anything about it. What made it more difficult is the negative impact it had on my ability to conduct business for a while causing me a loss. Now I’m not saying that to scare anyone but rather to educate you and to help with that please read HERE.

The Basics of Branding

Branding is one of the most important aspects of any business, large or small, retail or B2B. An effective brand strategy gives you a major edge in increasingly competitive markets. But what exactly does “branding” mean? How does it affect a small business like yours? Simply put, your brand is your promise to your customer. It tells them what they can expect from your products and services, and it differentiates your offering from your competitors’. Your brand is derived from who you are, who you want to be and who people perceive you to be. Are you the innovative maverick in your industry? Or the experienced, reliable one? Is your product the high-cost, high-quality option, or the low-cost, high-value option? You can’t be both, and you can’t be all things to all people. Who you are should be based to some extent on who your target customers want and need you to be. The foundation of your brand is your logo. Your website, packaging and promotional materials–all of which should integrate your logo–communicate your brand.

My All Time Favorite Artist

I can not think of anyone in the music industry that has such a long career impacting their audience like Toby Mac. I’ve been listening to every single song, purchasing every single CD, attending every concert near me since I was 19. I’m 46! Ya! For Toby, making every moment count is about more than just saying it out loud. Whether he’s at home with his wife and five children, mentoring new artists, recording in the studio or on the road with his band Diverse City, Toby’s heart for collaboration is rooted in his belief that no matter where we’ve come from, we are better together then we are alone. Originally hitting the scene as a part of the dynamic trio DC Talk in the 80’s with equally admirable Michael Tate and Kevin Max, the band reached across creative boundaries and stood firm in their love for Christ and equality, deeply inspiring others to love. I would really love for you to learn more about this amazing artist and I love what he says- “I …