Michelle Delgado
  • Washington, DC
  • United States
Share on Facebook

Michelle Delgado's Page

Profile Information

Business Name
Website URL
Blog URL
Twitter URL
Facebook URL
LinkedIn URL
Short Bio
Michelle Delgado is a Content Developer and Marketer at Clutch, a B2B research firm based in Washington DC. She primarily reports on website builders and web design.

Michelle Delgado's Blog

6 Tips for Navigating a Job Search

Posted on September 28, 2018 at 3:43pm 1 Comment

According to recruiters, it’s a job seeker’s market – but that doesn’t mean it’s easy for every job seeker to find a new role.

Looking for a new job is a time consuming, emotional process that often causes candidates to second guess their sense of etiquette.

If you’re on the hunt for your dream job, you can use this article to learn 6 key ways to reduce the stress of…


How Professional Development Prepares Companies for the Future of Work

Posted on July 10, 2018 at 11:08am 0 Comments

As job seekers evaluate companies, many are eager to find a job where they can grow over time. 

A quick search for companies known for offering professional development programs will lead to lists on trusted websites such as Glassdoor and Monster. Professional development can take the form of anything from a weekly discussion about an article to participation in major conferences where trends are…


5 Common Online Form Mistakes

Posted on May 25, 2018 at 4:52pm 0 Comments

We use online forms to complete just about every online activity, from shopping for new shoes to signing up for an interesting newsletter.

However, many online forms suffer from design flaws that can confuse users, or even drive them away. In addition to losing out on a sale or other conversion, poorly designed online forms can leave users with a bad impression of a company.…


How Small Businesses Can Improve Conversions by Refining Web Form Design

Posted on March 23, 2018 at 3:00pm 1 Comment

Anyone who has made a purchase online, applied for a job, or registered for an event has most likely encountered a web form. For the vast majority of small businesses, web forms are the best way to collect important customer information such as credit card details or a shipping address.

Even though small business owners encounter web forms just as often as their customers do, it can be difficult to anticipate how…


Comment Wall

You need to be a member of Small Business Bonfire to add comments!

Join Small Business Bonfire

  • No comments yet!

About the Small Business Bonfire

The Small Business Bonfire is a social, educational and collaborative community founded in 2011 for entrepreneurs that provides actionable tips and tools through a small business blog, a weekly newsletter and a free online community.

Subscribe to Our Newsletter


© 2019   Created by Alyssa Gregory.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service