Speakers: Jane Tweedy

  • Jane Tweedy: Website Delivered – It’s The START Of The Relationship!

    WordCamp Sydney 2019Speaker: Jane Tweedy

    March 11, 2020 — This talk will apply to other business owners in the audience too, as although I’ll be talking about WordPress website delivery, the concepts can be mostly applied to other businesses.

  • Jane Tweedy: Packaging your web design service to save time and make more money

    WordCamp Brisbane 2018Speaker: Jane Tweedy

    December 2, 2018 — Jane is joining us to explain to us how to package your web services to make you more money, while at the same time saving you time. She’ll explain the hows and whys of offering tiered packages, how to determine what to include in packages, how to market the upsells to higher packages, and why your top package is probably what you currently offer as your entry-level!

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  • Jane Tweedy: Developing a Website Brief With Small Businesses

    WordCamp Sydney 2018Speaker: Jane Tweedy

    August 17, 2018 — Small businesses make up around 97.5% of all the registered businesses in Australia.

    As such, they’re a market that shouldn’t be completely ignored. They do often need more help to get a website that works for them, and that’s where this session comes into play.

    Jane developed her own website brief after finding many business owners were not given or talked through a proper brief by their website designers/developers.

    They were left with sites that don’t work- they don’t attract leads, and don’t convert to sales once there.

    There are also common frustrations around the handover of the site (or complete lack of), and where web developers can stay involved without taking over.

    In this session, Jane wants to step you through how to develop a website brief with a small business client, how to correctly manage their expectations, deliver a website so they get a great result, and both parties walk away happy.

    Lessen frustration and miscommunication and earn five star reviews! Key takeaways – Key questions to ask your client to help the website connect with their clients – Clients you should probably avoid – How to reduce frustration, miscommunication and rework – Getting great reviews – Handing over the site – Retaining the client.

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