June 3, 2018 — Expectativas, desarrollo y tecnología, tarifas, clientes, marketing, especialización, apoyos o equipo…; todo lo que necesitas saber para emprender como desarrollador freelance en WordPress y tener un negocio de éxito.
June 3, 2018 — Muchas personas desean ser Freelance pero por una u otra razón no se animan a dar los pasos necesarios para hacer realidad su sueño. Los entiendo, yo tuve incertidumbres y miedos también.
Después de dos intentos fallidos de ser freelance volví a intentarlo y lo logré.
En esta charla quiero mostrarles cuales fueron los 10 pasos que seguí para convertirme en un desarrollador freelance de WordPress.
No es una receta mágica que funciona con todas las personas, pero con algunas ideas más, trabajo y dedicación podremos avanzar en obtener nuestra ansiada libertad laboral.
February 27, 2018 — How to start your own company specializing in selling websites to companies and business organisations .Teach on how to start approaching your clients how to implement wordpress tools in your business how to make the most with wordpress to make yourself earn a living and the in depth tricks and tips on how to make use of wordpress to better your service you offer and also how to develop your wordpress skills to better your knowledge of using it and how to start develop your custom Themes and plugins.
January 11, 2018 — Are you a freelancer? Or thinking of taking the plunge? I want to share with you the processes I now use to win clients and the process of taking a client from a lead to project delivery.
▪Educating clients and anti follow-up
I’ll also cover some great tools and systems along the way.
October 20, 2017 — Freelancing is never a bad idea. You can spend as much or as little time as you want, but still reap the benefits of extra cash, flexible hours, more satisfying work, and the feeling of your own independence. However much freelance work you want to do, you need to know about the business side, legal stuff, and how to find and keep clients. I’m also going to tell you how you can use a WordPress site to tailor what clients and work you get, how to fill your portfolio to get started, how to price your work, and how to avoid making mistakes no one warned me about. Find what makes your work unique and get paid for your value!
October 12, 2017 — One Sunday morning while reconciling my books during a slow cash flow month, I was shocked to realize that I was paying nearly $300 a month in subscriptions to run my freelancing gig! Things like invoicing, project management, contracts and growing – it was seriously getting out of control.
Sure $7-$35 here and there was harmless, maybe even unnoticed most times. But after seeing all the subscriptions categorized (especially during a slow month) and knowing there’s over 40,000 plugins available in WordPress, I couldn’t help but wonder “What can WordPress replace?”
And with that, I started a journey into creating (even though I didn’t realize at the time) an extranet that my clients and I both could use, all with the ultimate goal of reducing my monthly operating costs.
This topic is about what I learned while creating my extranet and what monthly subscription services WordPress could totally replace, what it might be able to replace (depending on circumstances), what it should not replace and the unexpected benefits and head bumps I uncovered!
June 19, 2017 — WordCamp Orange County 2017 – Business Track
HOST: Jeff Turner
June 18, 2017 — WordCamp Orange County 2017 – Business Track
HOST: Jeff Turner
June 2, 2017 — As a freelance designer, we turn down business constantly. Most small business owners undervalue the work we do and have limited budgets. Every week, I found myself turning down those dreaded “I have $300. Can you build me a website?” kind of leads.
Then, I realized I didn’t have to. With the right strategy and confidence in your work, you can make a living on $300 jobs. But more importantly, you can convert that customer you would’ve turned down into the customer you wanted, to begin with (and still do the fun custom work we really love to do).
We’ll discuss strategies, contracts, residual income generation, and long-term customer-focused approaches to freelance web work. We’ll also chat about keeping yourself happy in the midst of working for yourself and why those leads you’ve been turning down can be a huge asset.
May 27, 2017 — In the life of most freelance business owners, there is an ongoing battle between strategy and execution. We struggle with trying to improve our business with better systems and processes in the middle of the chaos of daily activity. This talk offers a simple strategy that you can implement to move your business forward in the middle of the whirlwind.