What it's all about
Startup Studio: The Help Desk
Ready to build your small business or take your passion project to the next level? Coming to you straight from the Girlboss headquarters in partnership with Google Chromebook, Puno, founder of I Love Creatives, will dish out detailed, expert advice in five videos that walk you through the basics of design, data analysis, finances, getting press and effective communication.
The Help Desk is an extension of our Startup Studio workshop that we designed with Chromebooks, coming to you via a smart, engaging video series that'll give you all the tools and information you need to bring your wildest entrepreneurial and creative dreams to life.
How To Create & Optimize Pictures To Tell Better Stories with Chromebook
Learn how to edit and produce photos for all your entrepreneurial needs using Pixlr and LucidPress. This crash course in graphic design basics will set you on the path to establishing that all-important “visual credibility.”
Insights For Creatives: How To Use Data For Non-Technical Businesses
Google Analytics wants to be your BFF, if only you’d let it. Learn how to set up and interpret data analysis that will help you better understand your audience, whether you’re running an e-commerce website, an ad-supported business, or a subscription platform.
A Non-Financial Genius’ Guide To Building A Budget
Learn how to make that money move for your small business or project by building a basic budget sheet in Google Sheets. Plus, a quick primer on all that mumbo jumbo money jargon (aka WTF is a FPNA?)
How To Write A Press Release (& Pitch Yourself Through The Noise)
This side-by-side analysis of a good press release vs. a weak one will highlight what you should and shouldn’t include if you’re hoping to catch some press. Get started on your own with Google Docs, and pick up some invaluable insight into what’s actually going to catch the eye of journalists and editors.
How To Set Up A Non-Toxic Meeting (& Email) Culture
This crash course in organization and best practices for staying on top of communication will keep you from feeling like your entire job is responding to emails and Slack messages. Bonus: You’ll get to walk through a decision tree to help you determine when you should email vs. sending a Slack message vs. setting up a meeting.