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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
A website design questionnaire is one of the first touch points you have with your clients. It’s arguably the most important thing to get right in the entire web development process. It helps you understand your client’s wants and needs. If you don’t know what your client needs, the project might be doomed before it has even started. Check out this post for tools, questions to ask and to download our template to use with your clients.
Sign up for WP Elevation’s free training Transcript James: Hey, I’m James Rose from Content Snare and you’re about to watch an interview with Troy Dean from WP Elevation. He’s one of the founders there. They have helped thousands, literally, thousands of people land more jobs at high prices in the web design WordPress … 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
A web design project can go south before you even start it, if you’re not onboarding your clients properly. In this post, Erin Flynn will teach you the top three mistakes web designers make when onboarding new clients, and how to avoid them.
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