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By Sylva Sivz - January 19, 2021 - No Comments

10 must-ask questions to include in your client SEO questionnaire

10 must-ask questions to include in your client SEO questionnaire

Discover what questions to ask clients in an SEO questionnaire to make sure you nail your SEO strategy.

By Sylva Sivz - March 26, 2021 - No Comments

How to create a social media questionnaire to onboard clients

How to create a social media questionnaire to onboard clients

Learn how to create social media questionnaires to onboard new clients, what survey questions to include, and tools for sending clients your questionnaire.

By Sylva Sivz - February 22, 2021 - No Comments

How to build a web design portfolio that turns visitors into clients

How to build a web design portfolio that turns visitors into clients

Your web design portfolio should act as a sales tool, not just look good. Here’s how to use your portfolio to your advantage, along with a few web design portfolio examples

By James Rose - October 20, 2020 - 0 Comments

How to request passwords from clients

How to request passwords from clients

Here are some ways you can collect passwords from your clients. Most people default to asking clients to send passwords via email, but this is not a good idea.

By James Rose - September 24, 2020 - 0 Comments

‘Save and continue’ forms suck for your clients. Here’s what to use instead

"Save and continue" forms suck

Save and continue seems like a great idea, but it sucks for your clients. Here’s how you can create a better experience for your clients when collecting lots of info from them

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