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Four ways to find your client’s pain point

Pain Point

One of the things that we learn from WordPress consultants is to learn about the client’s goals and who their target audience is and their pain points. If you are like me, you have sat down with a client to ask these types of questions to hear things like, “My target audience is everybody!” or…

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Stepping into Facebook chatbots with MobileMonkey

Reviewing Tools: MobileMonkey

Most companies will notice that at least 50% of their audience comes from mobile devices. In fact, your company could be different. Maybe you have more than 50% coming to your digital assets using a phone or other mobile device. With the emergence of a more mobile audience, marketing has started to trend toward specializing…

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Six online courses that will help you be a better WordPress business owner

Online courses for business

One of the things that cause WordPress designers to struggle in business is the way they view their business. They fail to shift from an employee mindset to that of a business owner. Failure to make this shift can derail your business and cause you to go bankrupt. You aren’t just a WordPress designer when…

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SEO Courses and resources for WordPress designers & developers

SEO Courses

Here is a list of SEO Courses and resources that can help you increase your understanding of Search Engine Optimization. These courses and resources are compiled for WordPress professionals. There’s a lady who’s sure All that glitters is gold And she’s buying a stairway to heaven – Stairway to Heaven Songwriters: Jimmy Page / Robert…

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How to navigate online courses to improve your business

In our career, we often find ourselves investing in online courses to improve our business. It becomes an important part of our education. How can one navigate the maze of online learning? I’ve done it before and I am sure you have as well. It happens quite regularly with new business owners. Before I get…

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Ringing in the new year: Auld Lang Syne

New Year

The new year is fast approaching and you may be spending time thinking about the future, but have you spent time reflecting on the year gone by? I know what’s going to happen at the stroke of midnight, on December 31st, 2017 (or January 1, 2018, if you prefer). Everyone is going to celebrate, confetti…

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2017 year in review business article roundup

year in review 2017

This past year, we created some articles that will help you grow your WordPress business. We thought we would roundup some of the top business posts in three areas email marketing, having a subscription maintenance business, and running your freelance business. This is a year in review roundup for 2017 relating to freelance business. Email…

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End of year planning for WordPress professionals

End of Year planning

What does your end of year planning process look like? I used to really worry about failing when trying something. I still do sometimes. People tend to mock and laugh when you try something and fail. Failure can be your best learning experience. That being said, I don’t want to go around failing all the…

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Content planning: An easy 4-step process

Content Planning

Content planning doesn’t have to be very hard. Follow this easy 4-step process: Evaluate, Generate, Calculate & Formulate. There is a content saturation point. By now, everyone knows that content marketing is important. There are a plethora of resources that go into detail about why content marketing is important, but let’s just say, it is…

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