Web Business Weekly #64
Business & Marketing
Sara Dunn is a web designer who not only specialised into an industry vertical, but even a specific service that she loved. That resulted in more leads, easier delegation, better processes and higher revenue per hour through repeated work. In other words… the things we all want. We chat about how she got to this point, why you might consider specialisation and some things to consider if you go down this path.
Part 2 of the weekly newsletter series. This time you’ll see which tools to use and the exact process I go through to create a newsletter each week. Subscribe to learn about automating your business! (It’s that giant red button below the vid)
Tons of ideas of what to write about when you’re stuck. Wish I saw this 2 days ago when trying to brainstorm topics for my automation YouTube channel
Great little reminders of how to get through 2019 without imploding
For the conference junkies among you
This is not a new post. I’m late to the party… it happened in 1992. But this is such a cool freaking thing to happen in the world of large organisations. What a way to generate enormous PR from something that could have been costly and painful for both companies
Design & Inspiration
Just found this cool
Tools & Tech
A spreadsheet and script for running regular page speed tests and notifying people if it is above a threshold. You can also use StatusCake for this - but this one is free
He does this by writing helpful posts, building software and working with web designers to deliver the complex web development that they don't normally handle.
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