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The Admin Bar Podcast with Kyle Van Deusen & Matt Sebert
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?
If you’re like me, the last thing you want to do is stop down your day to deal with website security—but at the same time you realize this is an aspect of your web agency that is vital you get right.
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!
Sometimes, when we talk to clients, it’s like we’re speaking an entirely different language. Not only does this make getting content, and making changes to websites difficult for us, but it’s also really frustrating for your client. That’s exactly what our guest, Vito Peleg, discovered when he was growing his agency. And that’s what let him to ultimately develop a solution.
The folks at Termageddon (a privacy lawyer and web agency owner turned engaged couple) have come up with an amazing, automated way to not only generate legally-solid policies, but to keep them updated as laws constantly change without lifting a finger.