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Caelan Huntress is an American digital nomad living in New Zealand, and has spent ten years running an online business while traveling the world with his young family. Caelan is a website designer, copywriter, and sales strategist who specializes in helping entrepreneurs make more money in less time through setting up smart marketing systems. Subscribe to Caelan's newsletter here.

New Years Resolutions 2021

By |2021-01-04T08:54:45+13:00January 1st, 2021|Introspection|

For 2021, my word is Ease. I want to live this year without struggle. Many of my greatest achievements - getting off the streets after being homeless for years, finishing a bachelor's degree after ten years of undergrad, moving to New Zealand - I achieved because I can handle struggle. I'm resilient and hard [...]

Annual Review 2020

By |2021-01-01T16:33:29+13:00December 31st, 2020|Introspection|

I know that 2020 was a challenging year for many people in the world, but for me, it was a HUGE improvement over last year. I am fortunate to be in the safest country in the world. In New Zealand, nobody is wearing masks, the pandemic is completely under control, and I realigned my [...]

Sales vs Marketing: What’s The Difference?

By |2021-01-12T02:01:21+13:00October 30th, 2020|Articles|

Sales gets you where you want to go. Marketing is why you want to get there. Meme by Alex Bogusky Does selling feel sleazy to you? If so, there’s a good chance you don’t understand the difference between sales and marketing. Using the example above, these two signs give you very different reactions. In [...]

Personal Brand vs. Business Brand: Which One Is Best for You?

By |2020-12-15T17:27:34+13:00September 30th, 2020|Articles, Entrepreneur, Marketing|

This is a very personal question, and since it’s also a business question, there is no single right answer. Some say a personal brand is best, while others say a business brand should remain separate from your personal identity. They’re both right, sometimes.The Origins of BrandingA brand was originally a symbol that was seared onto [...]

The Best 3-Part Elevator Pitch

By |2020-12-15T17:18:37+13:00September 15th, 2020|Articles, Business, Entrepreneur, Marketing|

Make your bio sticky, clear, and shortPhoto by ismagilov on iStockThe best elevator pitch I ever heard was from Cory Huff. Cory has a website called theabundantartist.com, and when I met him at Pioneer Nation, I said, “What do you do?” He replied,I help people sell their art online.Sticky, clear, and short.I immediately thought of everyone I knew who [...]

Follow the 4-Step Marketing Cycle to Make Selling Easy

By |2020-11-01T21:39:58+13:00September 10th, 2020|Articles, Marketing|

  Selling is only pushy if you haven’t done enough pulling. Photo by Camrocker on iStock My first sales job was selling donuts door-to-door. Every Saturday morning, I would knock on the doors of strangers, introduce myself, and make my pitch. Within a few minutes, the stranger would either hand me five bucks, or shut the door in [...]

How Playing Games in Zoom Can Increase Your Effectiveness

By |2020-11-01T21:48:47+13:00August 31st, 2020|Articles, Business, Productivity|

  Have you felt Zoom Fatigue within the last month? If you’ve been meeting with people remotely — your family, your co-workers, your team or your community — via Zoom, then I think it’s safe to say the answer is ‘yes.’ These meetings aren’t necessarily boring, but without any novelty or variety in the place we meet, it’s easy [...]

Sharing Screens on Zoom for the Visually Impaired

By |2020-11-01T22:12:54+13:00July 21st, 2020|Articles, Events, Marketing|

  Do you know what a Zoom webinar looks like in a Screen Reader? That was a trick question. It doesn’t look like anything. It sounds like something. (U.S. Air Force photo by Civ/Nan Wylie) A Screen Reader interprets website and application elements, and translates those elements into audio sounds. This enables a blind user to navigate a [...]

Accessibility Checklist for Zoom Meetings and Webinars

By |2020-11-19T03:55:29+13:00July 8th, 2020|Articles|

  During the quarantines of 2020, we moved everything we could online. Meetings, conferences, even multi-day retreats have all been facilitated through Zoom. Many of these meetings were accessible when they were in person. 1 in 5 working adults has a disability, after all, and 1 in 7 have a hearing impairment. Virtual meetings and [...]

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