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Collecting content from clients is one of the biggest bottlenecks in the web design process. The problem of getting meaningful content on time isn’t just limited to websites, though. Any project that requires significant input from the client is susceptible. Running a digital agency, this can be just about anything. In this post, we’ll talk … Read more
Transcript In this video, we’re going to go over best practices for getting website content from your clients. This is one of the most common questions we get from people just coming into Content Snare, and who want to use it to the best of its potential. So, what I’m going to do is walk … Read more
Content Snare has created some amazing tools to help web designers obtain content much easier from their clients. But what if there was a way to make getting content even easier? Keep reading because I’ll show you how creating a website strategy will help you get content from your clients an easy and natural process. … Read more
So you are serious about content marketing. You are pushing out a quality blog post at least once a month (I hope more) and sharing it out to all your social media profiles. Maybe you are getting a few likes on those posts. But the real question is… are you getting new business from all … Read more
Gathering content from clients is a huge bottleneck in many digital agencies. This post is meant to be a first step in eliminating that problem. You’ll find a checklist that can be used as a template for gathering website content from your clients on time. Why use a template for gathering website content? Let’s answer … Read more
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