Dan Shewan

Dan Shewan

Originally from the U.K., Dan Shewan is a journalist and web content specialist who now lives and writes in New England. Dan’s work has appeared in a wide range of publications in print and online, including The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Pacific Standard magazine, The Independent, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and many other outlets.

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The Freelancer’s Totally Fun, Definitely Not Boring Guide to Taxes

Navigating the U.S. taxation system as a freelancer can be a nightmare. This guide will tell you how to pay quarterly estimates, what you can and can't deduct and more helpful info to make your life easier.

The Comprehensive Guide to Online Advertising Costs

How much do online ads cost? Learn everything you need to know about online advertising costs including average costs to advertise on Google and Facebook, plus how to lower your online ad costs.

7 Things Nobody Tells You About Working Remotely

In today's post, Dan Shewan examines seven things he wishes somebody had told him before he started working remotely.

5 Hot Blog Design Trends in 2017

Whether you’re launching a new blog or thinking about a blog redesign, you want to be sure you’re implementing a blog design that’s going to look contemporary and function perfectly across devices.

How to Use Instagram Giveaways to Grow Your Following

Learn how to use Instagram giveaways to drive traffic to your site and grow your Instagram audience by up to double -- for just cents per follower!

4 Surprising Benefits of Content Marketing

We all know content marketing drives traffic, but it has a few more surprising benefits that really help you build a business. Check out these four non-obvious benefits of content marketing.

23 Content Marketing Statistics that Prove It Works

Content marketing works, and we've got the numbers to back it up! Next time somebody says content marketing doesn't work, why not pull out one of these 23 content marketing statistics to prove them wrong?

6 Ways to Use the Curiosity Gap in Your Marketing Campaigns

In this how-to guide, we walk you through six ways to use the curiosity gap to increase clicks and engagement across your marketing campaigns.

Trust Signals: How They Work & When to Use Them

Trust signals are displayed on websites to help customers feel more secure in their decision to buy a specific product or service. Find out how to trust signals effectively on your site and landing pages.

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