From practical wisdom to intellectual property law, you’ll learn how to give attribution if you use other artists’ work in this Own Your Content toolkit. We also share places to find free, licensed work that you can use.
Your about page copy is like a form of identity for the internet. It’s not always easy to talk about yourself and it certainly feels awkward to highlight your successes. But if you don’t, who will?
Jen Hewett started blogging in 2006. She shares how she learned different creative skills, how they enrich each other, and the different ways it grew her business and online presence.
Once considered an afterthought, an inclusive and diverse set of speakers, guests, and audiences can be at the core of your work—not because culture told you to, but because diversity is an enriching element for all endeavors.
This toolkit is a growing library of wisdom that highlights the hurdles of owning your content and building your platform. We not only curate the wisdom from creative leaders and artists, but also from the community—a balance of both, like cheese and wine—so that you’re supported and empowered to build your home on the internet. […]