SiteGround, one of WordPress.org’s recommended hosting providers, has developed a new set of website management interfaces built with the specific needs of freelance developers and agencies in mind. Here is how to use the new tools and interfaces to streamline your client work and take on more projects.
Over the past few years I’ve been receiving a steady flow of incoming inquiries for mentorship, coaching, consulting and general assistance coming from WordPress freelancers, consultants, developers, agency owners and tech leads in WordPress agencies. A technical presentation on WordPress Code Architecture at WordCamp Netherlands Currently, I work with a small group of people who […]
WordPress is quickly becoming the CMS of choice for colleges and universities. From WPCampus (the first conference specifically dedicated to WordPress in higher education) to WordCamp tracks devoted to higher ed, it’s easy to see how the community has embraced the unique needs of the higher education community. How can you leverage the power of WordPress for your own […]
Winter is coming. No, not that winter, but the dreary idea that our economy could be entering choppy waters. That is, the potential of a general slump hitting us all. When times get tough, digital agencies are likely to be more affected than others. As agencies thrive to stay afloat and remain relevant, the recent closure of […]
Is it time to reassess your pricing strategy? Whether you’re a freelancer or small- to mid-sized agency, you might be undermining the quality of your services and pricing them too cheap. In an upcoming webinar we’ll give you some advice on how to effectively price projects for increased profit. Join us Wednesday, July 13th at 11:00 […]