Setting up typography, colors, button styles, backgrounds, form field styles etc. separately on each and every webpage can be such a tedious work. Consistency with
People make WordPress websites for a variety of reasons: To start a cooking blog, to promote their small business, to review and rank every type
Since the release of its very first version in 2003, WordPress has surely and steadily snowballed into the content management system (CMS) tycoon we know
If you’ve heard the term Custom Post Types (or CPT’s) being used, but never fully understood them— then this is the show for you! Paul
Sometimes all it takes is a couple of comments, a little Googling, and a half hour to make a huge difference in recurring monthly income.
Today we’re trying out a slightly different format! In this show Kyle and I discuss one thing what’s been happening in each of our businesses.
All three of us began our design careers focusing primarily on some form of flat graphic design, be it branding, t-shirt design, or print design, but found ourselves for one reason or another leaning further into web based design as our individual businesses grew… how come? Listen/watch to find out!
Nathan Ingram (coach, speaker, trainer, author, and agency owner) joins us to talk about the ‘Friday Email Strategy’ and how this simple, weekly email and drastically improve client communications and help give you your weekends back!
In this episode we cover why care plans are more about relationship building than anything else, whether or not you should require care plans, if you should charge monthly or annually, and how you can implement some easy client touch points to improve relationships with your customers.
Back in October Dave started a thread in the group that said: “If you do not have a WordPress Meetup in your town, START ONE!” and the thread ended up being pure gold— with a ton of interest. Running his local WordPress meetup for the past two years has given Dave the label of “the WordPress guy” in his local community— and lead him to 6-figures in revenue!
Recurring revenue is what helps me sleep like a baby at night. Getting to the point in my business where I had a reliable stream
When it’s finally time for go-live, I don’t know about you, but I get anxious just to get a project complete and out the door.
Kyle and Matt chat about a recent request from one of Kyle’s clients. They requested to be sent maintenance reports on a regular schedule. Is it worth spending the time setting them up and sending them out or is it a waste of time and energy that could be better spent elsewhere?
Newer agency owners and freelancers always seem to ask questions about how to get higher paying gigs. This typically leads them to ask questions like
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!
Christopher and Jenny Schell have created a truly unique brand in the often carbon copy web agency space. Their company, Design Rangers, has a instantly identifiable identity that helps differentiate them from other agencies, and attracts their ideal client.
What is the end game for your agency? Do you plan on your last days spend behind the keyboard? Moving on to something else “one day”? Or can you build the kind of agency people pay good money for?
Does the thought of building your first eCommerce site on WordPress give you some unease? I know the first time I installed WooCommerce I felt way out of my league. But really, it’s not too hard!
When you do something day in and day out, you forget that other people in the world may not know what you actually do. After
This weeks guest, Chantal Edouard-Betsy, had an agency just like the rest of us… doing a little bit of everything for everyone. Realizing the challenges that came along with that, she knew something needed to change. That’s when she launched ‘1 Day Webs’ and began building complete websites in just a day.
There’s a natural cycle you and your client go through during the life of your project. It’s actually not all that different than any relationship
You might work a lot in a certain industry, market, or niche, but ultimately no two customers are alike. This is an important thing to
Many of us rely on “local” business to keep us busy… but it’s a big world out there, and not everyone has that luxury. This week we’re talking to Davinder Singh Kainth who has been running a wildly successful agency for years- completely remote! Learn how he finds and works with clients from a distance.
We all understand how outsourcing can help our agency make better use of your time, increase revenue, and deliver better results… but finding reliable & trustworthy partners can be difficult. Our guest in Episode 18 (and TAB top-contributor) Chris Castillo has launched a new way you can find (and become) the right outsourcing partner.
Many of you have asked about how we set up our TAB live streams, so this week, Kyle and I have put together an overview of our process. From the very basics of setting OBS up, to creating the background slate, and finally adding video feeds and streaming to FB live, we’ve got you covered!
No matter if you work alone from your home, or are managing a growing team, achieving a healthy work-life balance is extremely difficult for the entrepreneur. This week we’ll be discussing our successes and failures in setting priorities, time management, and avoiding burnout.
In this episode of The Admin Bar we have the one and only Kim Doyal! We’ll be discussing content creating for creatives and agency owners, how and why to implement it and what kind of content produces great results for both current clients as well as prospects!
This week we’re joined by Imogen Allen and Leanne Mitton. Working for yourself, by yourself can be a struggle. But these two have cracked the code on how to keep their businesses on track. Learn about how their accountability relationship is helping them achieve their goals and grow their business.
Not everyone hits their stride the first time out of the gate. Sometimes learning to pivot and course correct as your business and skill set evolve is just as important as pushing through rough patches. This week’s Admin Bar episode, we’re speaking with Liam Clisham of Five31, who’s done just this with his own career. We’ll learn where he started, what course corrections he’s made along the way, and where he finds his business now. It’s quite a story!
In this episode of The Admin Bar we’re talking with Chris Castillo and Paul Lacey about how they’ve decided to grow their agencies capabilities. One has hired in-house staff and the other has built out a strong list of people to outsource to. Find out why they’ve chosen the paths that they have and why it works for them!