Matt and Kyle chat about what's been happening in their respective businesses – this time around we'll be talking about managing client expectations.
Kyle and Matt chat about the two topics we both bring to the table this week along with a post from inside The Admin Bar group.
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!
In this episode of The Admin Bar we're talking about organization and quality of life improvements and what with having a bit more down time than usual, now might be a good time to start building better habits.
Today we're joined by Pete Everitt and Jeffery Patch to chat about how they've teamed up to bring you their take on how outsourced search engine optimization services should be done. Their proactive approach to building your clients SEO is like none other.
Hannah Smith joins us to discuss easy ways we can operate our agencies to reduce our carbon footprint. While the environmental impact of running a digital agency might have never crossed your mind, the amount of data you are responsible for is actually quite astounding. Being conscious of the impact your agency has doesn’t mean you have to stop being efficient, however.
Learn more about converting your WordPress website into a faster, more secure static HTML site, what types of website are best suited, and how it all works in this week’s episode!
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.
In this episode, titled ‘WordPress in the Flesh', we take a deep-dive into these events and talk about the benefits of attending events like this in person, what to expect, what you can gain, tips for speaking, and a whole lot more.
Nathan Allotey shares his personal story and revelation of how calling himself a “freelancer” was giving people the wrong impression and how shedding the label immediately allowed him to stop competing with the Fiverr’s of the world.