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Jun 30, 2016
After several years of running a general WordPress design and development agency, Michael Steele and his co-founder Travis Northcutt saw the writing on the wall: specialize or die. In 2014, they shifted their positioning and the focus of their services entirely toward helping entrepreneurs create membership products and build subscription-based platforms. I’m thrilled to have Michael on the show to talk about his experience shifting focus from one-time project fees to a recurring revenue model.
Jun 24, 2016
Plugins, Products, and Pricing, Episode 105 by Carrie Dils
Jun 24, 2016
One of the biggest hurdles I’ve discovered for freelancers and new business owners is how to handle finances. After all, we’re experts in our craft – not accountants. The nuances of tax law or even basic money management are overwhelming. This week we’re going to chat with Amy Northard, a certified public accountant who’s target market is freelance creatives.
Jun 17, 2016
Chris Ford: teacher, designer, manager, entrepreneur and oh so much more! I’ve known Chris for years through the WordPress community and got to meet her for the first time at WordCamp Orange County 2014. More recently I’ve had the privilege of working with her at Crowd Favorite, where she was a project manager. Although we’ve both returned to self-employment, I enjoyed learning from her. I thought I knew the basics of project management, but Chris demonstrated how to do it at scale. Join us this week to learn practical project management skills you can take into your business as well as where Chris’ creative journey will take her next.
Jun 11, 2016
I heart Kim Doyal (a.k.a. The WordPress Chick). I’m thrilled to have her back on the show (she joined me previously on Episode 50). I met Kim in my early days of working with WordPress and the Genesis Framework and it’s been fun to see how her business has evolved over the last few years. Engaging and down-to-earth, Kim hosts the WP Chick podcast and offers coaching services to her clients. Join us to hear what resources Kim’s using in her business and take a few pointers away for the way you approach to marketing and content creation in your business.
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