Lucinda Honeycutt

Lucinda Honeycutt

Freelance writer and web designer

Lucinda Honeycutt is a freelance writer and web designer nestled in the mountains of western North Carolina. She's a tech geek, foodie and research junkie who writes about a little bit of everything.

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Speed and Reliability are Key When Choosing an Ecommerce Web Hosting Solution

Seemingly minute differences in performance translate into big losses when you operate 24/7.

3 Tweaks That Dramatically Improve Your Sales Funnel

Smoothing and personalizing the customer journey will convert more leads into sales, if you're persistent.

6 Strategies to Keep Your Solopreneur Endeavor in the Black

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The Year of the Video: 5 Ways to Master a New Must-Do

Video accounts for approximately three-quarters of all web traffic. Get started with platforms that make it easy to package high-quality visuals and distribute across multiple channels.

The Importance of Face-to-Face Networking in a Digital World

Technology makes meetings super easy, but there is no substitute for being in the same room.

14 Free Tools Every Solopreneur Needs

These apps and digital tools help reduce the time a solopreneur has to spend on mundane tasks.

Being a Freelancer May Be Hazardous to Your Health

Long hours sitting at a desk and forgetting to eat isn't good for you.

4 Ways to Finance Your Business

The first step in building your business, or creating sustained growth, is a solid business plan.

3 Dependable Revenue Models for Monetizing Your Blog

Promoting online connections has quickly become one of the most effective methods of monetization.

5 Ways to Improve Productivity By Breathing Easier

Poor indoor air quality undermines our health in subtle ways not easily noticeable at first.

6 Ways to Make Your Business Look Big While You're Still Growing It

If customers are more comfortable thinking they are dealing with a larger business, make them comfortable.

Stellar Branding Is Never More Important Than When Building a New Business

Branding is the sum of everything you do. When you are launching your business, invest the time and money to put the image you want in the market.

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