October 20, 2023 — Leider erst ab Minute 9 mit Ton. Sorry.
Wir leben nicht lange genug um alle Fehler selber zu machen, daher ist es eine gute Idee von den Fehlern anderer zu lernen. In diesem Talk geht es um Fehler die wir einfach nicht vermeiden können und solche, die man besser nicht machen sollte. Es geht um falsche Kalkulation, Fehler im Design, schlechte Inhalte, technische Unzulänglichkeiten und um das Wichtigste: Fehler in der Kommunikation. Als WP-Freelancer ist man oft für alle Bereiche eines Webprojektes verantwortlich – und damit auch zwangsläufig für Dinge, die man selber nicht wirklich gut kann. Wer sich dessen bewußt ist wird weniger falsch machen und damit bessere Projekte mit mehr Freude daran umsetzen.
August 29, 2021 — In this talk, two agency owners advocate the benefits of collaboration and share how collaboration helped their businesses during the pandemic.
May 30, 2021 — This session covers different ways to earn freelance income without losing money or your sanity. Topics include banking, accounting, taxes, filing a business name, invoicing, time tracking, and getting work.
January 20, 2021 — This talk explains how to stabilize your business with a growing stream of recurring income. Learn why recurring income is crucial and how to offer WordPress management plans as a recurring revenue product.
June 26, 2020 — Has a client ever wasted your time in a consulting session? Have you ever had a one-hour consultation turn into three? Have you experienced the sinking feeling that happens when you leave the consultation and realize you failed to ask a key question? This talk provides answers to these issues and more.
June 26, 2020 — Clients can be the best and worst part of running a WordPress business. This talk suggests strategies and practices to help prevent the most common problems freelancers face with clients.
June 19, 2020 — This talk recommends five essential questions to ask on a sales call. Make better use of your time and improve your chances of success.
June 17, 2020 — Are you working hard trying to grow your agency / freelance business but things just aren’t gaining momentum? Let’s look at seven steps to sustainability that I’ve learned in my time as the co-founder and CEO of a WordPress shop. We grew from our couches to a full crew to acquisition in just five short years. I’ll share these key concepts with you in hopes of helping you drive sales, improve process, and increase your margins. If you’re a project away from dusting off your resume to get a “real job” – attend this workshop to see if you can make impactful changes to keep your entrepreneurial dream alive!
January 13, 2020 — November 9th, 2017 – There are many people that are curious about making a career with WordPress, but don’t know where to begin. It can be difficult and overwhelming to try and make sense of all the information that is out there.
Sam went from being a Firefighter/Paramedic to being a self-taught website developer and digital marketer. He is working part-time at a web design agency, and on his way to a career with WordPress. He is going to tell his story and provide a guide for those interested in using WordPress to make a living.
December 27, 2019 — Calling all freelancers! Whether you focus on design, development, content creation or marketing, there’s more to freelancing than just being good at your trade. In order to be able to service your clients, you have to keep YOUR business running and that means getting those finances in order. We’ll talk about the basics (fixed vs. hourly, time tracking, invoicing and profit to name a few) as well as more advanced topics (like IRAs and planning beyond this month). There will be spreadsheets.