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Y’all, the first day of spring was this week, and we all know what that means - Spring Cleaning! Time to clean out our closets, clean out our houses and clean Trader Joe’s fresh out of rosé. But there’s one kind of cleaning we can’t forget - and that’s a little bit of spring cleaning for your digital brand. Today, I’m going to walk you through five dusty, forgotten corners of your online presence that could use a little sunshine and Method grapefruit spray cleaner as we say goodbye to winter!
I’ll probably get kicked out of the secret society of brand stylists for saying this, but sometimes you don’t need a rebrand or a new website. Sometimes you just need to get it together, and work with what you have.
I get really excited about the dumbest stuff, y’all. So imagine my delight when I was watching Sunday night football, generally just trying to tune out Al Michaels, when I saw the coolest little detail. When a flag was thrown on the field, not only did the yellow box show up on the bottom of the screen, but the NBC Peacock turned yellow, too. So freaking cool.
Removing the dates from your Squarespace website turns your blog into a massive bank of evergreen content - and covers for you if you're an inconsistent blogger. Learn how to do it using the CSS property 'display: none'!
True story: Last week, I took a couple hours away from the office for a haircut and highlight. (I knew it was time when a girlfriend told me at The Savvy Experience that she LOVED my ombre. Thanks girl, but that’s just my roots growing in unchecked.) When I left the salon, I looked at my phone and had 46 notifications from Slack.