Congratulations! You decided to redesign your website. Making this transition is much like moving and can be just as stressful. There are so many features to pack up and you don’t want to leave anything valuable behind
Characteristics to look for in a potential client. Moving from an unqualified lead to a qualified lead.
If you are in sales, you have to network. You meet lots of people with ideas of web sites, web applications and mobile apps they want to build. You’re used to meeting potential clients, but how do you determine a qualified lead?
Tips for organizing your business so you get paid promptly from clients
If you’re reading this blog, you may have a client who is slow to pay (or not paying at all!) for work done on a project. This blog won’t tell you what to do with that client, but it will walk you through good processes
The other day I was listening to a podcast by Michael Hyatt, whom I highly recommend. He put into words a question I have been mulling over for quite a while: How should I think about clients who take a disproportionately high amount of my time and energy?
Creating a clear website estimate that will impress your clients.
As an IT company owner, a big challenge is providing a clear website estimate to potential clients. If done right, an estimate can give your client a clear understanding of the price and work involved in the project and start the project on the right note.
Augment your staff with an FTE employee and enjoy the benefits of FTEs.
In the web business, there are two common approaches for engaging clients in project development: Fixed Cost or Time and Materials. Yet I would recommend another, often overlooked method: the Full-Time Equivalent model (FTE).