Brian Casel is the Founder of Audience Ops, a content marketing service that powers blogs from creation to publication, and host of Productize Podcast. In today’s episode, we dive deep into the nitty-gritty details surrounding task breakdown and the level of detail it takes to create a systemized process that saves you time.
Chris Lema is the Vice President of products and innovation at the hosting company Liquid Web. He spends his time building out WordPress offerings and WooCommerce hosting. In this episode, we discuss how to segment your audience by their behaviors and interests, and the importance of segmentation before automation.
Founder of Double Your Freelancing and co-founder of RightMessage, Brennan Dunn is a creator in the true sense of the word. From freelancing to running his own web development agency, to creating software, and consulting, he has a wealth of experience to share. In today’s highly requested episode, we discuss why small tasks deserve automation, how to truly personalize automation, and soft segmentation.
Bill Erickson has been a WordPress Developer for 12 years, helping individuals, small businesses, and large companies build their sites. In today’s episode, we discuss all things code, from templates and automation to Bill’s perspective on time management.
Chris Ford is the Project Manager for Reactiv Studios. She began her career as a classically trained graphic designer, but soon fell into web development and has been in the field for 20 years. In today’s episode, we discuss how automation saves time, the importance of customizing automation, and how it’s not unlike muscle memory.
Jason Resnick, also known as Rezzz online, is a web developer who specializes in helping ecommerce and online businesses boost their conversion rates. He also assists other freelancers in building a sustainable businesses. In today’s episode, we discuss how automation relates to the customer experience and the importance of crafting your content with hard data.
In today’s episode, Jeff Large shares why finding your domino can make your process more effective, advice that has inspired him, and why podcasting is not only powerful, but might be a key puzzle piece missing from your marketing strategy.
Troy Dean of WP Elevation offers an interesting perspective on balancing automation with human creativity. In today’s episode, he shares what his years of experience of running a digital agency and online community have taught him about automation, business, relationships, and fatherhood.
Welcome to the kick-off of Season 5, focused on automation. Beka Rice is Head of Product at SkyVerge and has an obsession with all things automated. Today, we discuss why automation doesn’t have to be inhuman, how the order confirmation is actually the beginning of the customer relationship and what questions to ask in a discovery meeting.
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Diane Kinney and I continue our conversation on project management.
On today’s episode, Carrie interviews Karim Marucchi and Rian Kinney about contracts and what to consider when you are preparing to work with a client.
On today's episode, Carrie is interviewing Troy Dean. This is Troy's second interview on officehours.fm. Troy and Carrie are discussing project scoping and putting your business in the best possible position with the client that will make you (and your client) more successful.
Join me as indepdent web contract Jordan Rupp and I discuss what goes into a formalized discovery process for a web project.
In this episode, Carrie talks with Erin Flynn about Client Onboarding and how this process can be simplified by using templates and communicating regularly with your client.
In this episode, Carrie and Heather talk about Contact Relationship Management (CRMs) and how that applies to a freelancer or small agency. The discussion covers when you get that customer in the door and launch the project all the way establishing a retainer agreement with them.
In this podcast, Carrie interviews Brett Cohen CEO & co-founder of emagine, a digital agency located south of Boston, MA. Brett shares his insights of sales and marketing the “hard way” where there is no substitute for calling and meeting people face to face.