Test Post – 1

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I have chosen the following websites as inspiration for Inti Binti:

https://workfromhomehappiness.com/

This website is of the same topic, remote work from home, and that is mainly why I chose Work From Home Happiness as an inspiration. I observed how the website is organized into Career Paths making it look like some sort of a vocational site. This puts me off at first, because I do not have the knowledge of what career paths would lead where.

But I have decided to also use the same approach, albeit a bit differently. Perhaps I would adopt the menu choices, or observe them more carefully to see what elements fit my own idea of a remote website: Start Here, Free Resources, Now Hiring, Extra Money, Start Your Own Blog, and About. However, I don’t think I would be so kind as giving away free guides. I can’t afford that yet.

https://www.thewonderforest.com

This is a lifestyle blog/website with arts and crafts guides and a long list of contributors. I think their content mix is somewhat relevant to my chosen theme: “remote lifestyle”. Although I initially wanted to focus more on the work from home aspect, there is a huge opportunity for the “lifestyle” element of working from home. I can incorporate arts and crafts, shopping, deals, even courses, which is one of the main selling point of Wonder Forest. Also, I think it’s a really good idea to start finding contributors.

The tone and style of the content, including images and choice of topics, are very light and share-worthy, with top tips and how-tos from people who make art and have blogs of their own. So they must share a bit of the paint points the readers want solved.

I could also aim for a similar crowd as my audience. But I do need to create a detailed persona project first, or perhaps later on after my first quarter.

https://www.katiedidwhat.com/

The most inspiring thing about this website is Katie’s shop, which is mostly the looks she posted on her Instagram, but with links to where to buy the items online. I am also subscribed to her newsletter, so I could learn how to sell with the affiliate marketing programs she’s on. I still have to create an Advertising page first though, and Disclosure.

Inti Binti Mood Board

Link to mood board on Canva.

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