January 20, 2016 — Scott comes from a long line of business owners that drove their businesses into the ground by being too nice. He spent 5 years not charging enough and 10 years doing favors that were never returned. He’s here to share some of his hard-knocks tips and tactics on staying nice but earning what you deserve and leveling up your business.
December 8, 2015 — Hvordan konverterede recordere.dk fra et IIS / .net baseret CMS til WordPress, og hvordan sikrede vi at performance forblev høj, og svartider lave. Recordere.dk kører et setup med op til 500 samtidige brugere, og bruger både Varnish og Cloudflare for at sikre god performance.
Jens vil gennemgå deres nuværende setup, og hvordan man konverterede indhold til den nye platform.
November 21, 2015 — Are you a WordPress freelancer who’s not quite living the dream you had in mind when you started? Are you working long hours making small sites for too little money? In the past year, I’ve studied with some of the most successful entrepreneurs both in and out of the WordPress ecosystem. I’ll share the cliff notes on everything I’ve learned that can help you transform your business and start doing higher value work for better clients to build the life you want. Come learn how to get off the freelance roller coaster by giving your customers what they need instead of just what they’re asking for.
November 21, 2015 — Whether you’re a WordPress Web Designer or a steady blogger, building and customizing your own or a client’s website to fit their brand is important for more reasons than one. But when it comes to taking a site to the next level for your blog or business, personalizing the way a website interacts with a potential customer can change the success of a business — online and offline, big and small, for better or worse.
November 17, 2015 — Ochrana WordPress stránky. Ako sa brániť pred útokmi hackerov.
November 3, 2015 — When I left my day job, I thought to myself “I’ll have so much more time when I’m full time working on my own business!” But that wasn’t the case. With clients knocking at my door and trying to grow the business, there were a slew of things I wish I had done before I left my steady paycheck to make the transition easier. I’ve gathered my top 10 things to work on before you quit your job to follow your design or development solo career.
October 19, 2015 — You never discuss rates with a plumber. You never try to pay them in visibility. You would never let your 13 years old cousin fix your leaking pipes. But your clients do that all the times with you. My presentation analyses why this happens and how a WordPress professional can become a better marketer, more professional, more profitable.
October 9, 2015 — Maintaining any business for 20 years is difficult. But keeping a tech business running strong for 20 years is a big challenge. Zeek Interactive just turned 20 and Steve will discuss how to stay ahead of the game in an ever-changing tech environment.
October 2, 2015 — Are you a freelancer who is at capacity with clients but aren’t earning the income you would like to be? Are you a freelancer looking to expand your reach beyond the one on one client work? If you answered ‘Yes’ to either or both of those questions then this is a must see talk for you!
Helena will help you plan your first online course by helping you with following tasks:
Do you have a list? If not start building one now so you can survey your list to find out what they may want.
Can your current skills, the ones you use in your freelance business with one-on-one clients, translate into an online course?
– Skills assessment.
– Target market – who are you be able to teach your skills to?
– Creating your course – delivered live or pre-recorded?
– Minimum viable product and iterate as you go or at each release.
– Fitting course creation amongst current work.
– Cut back on one-on-one work to make time to deliver the course.
– Specific launches or Evergreen course.