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STREAMLINE YOUR PROCESSES
SHARPEN YOUR SKILLS
& DEMAND HIGHER PAYING PROJECTS
Jennifer Moss runs a small-town agency, and for years has dove into the challenges living and working in a small community can bring. How do you grow an agency with a limited pool of local clients? How important is your reputation? What steps has she taken to make her agency successful? Find out in this week’s episode!
WHAT'S ON TAP AT THE ADMIN BAR
Join us each week as we bring on fantastic folks from the WordPress community to talk strategy, tools, tips, & tricks to help you streamline your process, sharpen your skills, find better clients, & demand higher paying projects!
More intimate live streams (typically with Matt & Kyle only) where we discuss (in depth) the struggles, wins, and day-to-day life of a agency owner. For Group Members Only
Optimizing Cloudways Hosting for Better Performance
WITH CHRIS CASTILLO
a website should be 10k minimum
WITH MIKE KILLEN
Michael Killen from Sell Your Service stops by the bar to back up his claim that a WordPress website should be $10K minimum… and makes an excellent case.
AGENCY VS. CONSULTANT VS. FREELANCER
WITH jim galiano
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Who’s behind The Admin Bar? We’ll, it’s just two dudes who love WordPress, design, & business— but if you really wanna know… here ya’ go.
Matt has been the owner of Matthew Sebert Design, a design and marketing agency based in Keene, New Hampshire for the past 9 years. He’s worked with clients both large and small, local and international, to help grow their business and ensure they look great while doing it. When he’s not working in the office, you can bet he’s in the car driving with no particular destination in mind.
Kyle Van Deusen
Kyle has spent his entire professional career in the design field. His experience has allowed him to develop, implement and improve visual communications for some of the world’s largest corporations. OGAL Web Design was born out of his desire to take the lessons and strategies he’s learned from leaders in the advertising industry and apply them to small businesses by implementing proven techniques.