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Choosing Between Shared IP vs Dedicated IP

In my last post, I started with a conversation about the general business impact of IP addresses, their purpose within internet business, and introduced shared IP vs dedicated IP addressing. In this article, we’ll continue these concepts while remaining focused on the business side of the operation. The conversation will center around the three core […]

Why is it Beneficial to Have a Dedicated IP Address Vs. a Shared IP Address?

The conversation on Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, is a lengthy but enlightening discussion. This is especially true in the world of internet technology and the web hosting industry, in regards to Shared vs Dedicated IP address space. In general, the available information on the subject today tends to lean toward in-depth concepts regarding technologies and […]

Find the Best Clients by Building an Ideal Client Profile

When you’re first starting to work for your own clients it’s often the default to take any work that comes your way. You’ve got bills to pay and kids to feed. You want to keep shoes on your feet and food in your fridge. The thing is that you’re doing some clients a disservice by […]

Pricing WordPress Projects Without A Clear Scope Of Work

In a perfect world, every potential website client who contacts you about a new WordPress project would know exactly what they need, have a clear scope of work with a requirements list, and understand the costs associated with their request. But perfectly educated clients are rarely reality because they don’t build websites or work with […]

How To Turn Down New Projects And Be A Hero

When you start freelancing or you start a creative agency, at first you have to take every bit of work that comes your way. You need to do this for experience, for portfolio-building, and to develop your systems, processes, and ideal client profile. Then, as your freelance business or WordPress agency grows, you’re going to […]

3 Simple Steps To Improve Your Client Onboarding Process

Jennifer Bourn, of BournCreative, defines client onboarding as the process in which new clients are better equipped with knowledge, understanding, and the tools needed to be a good client. Onboarding new clients is a lot like onboarding new employees. For example, when you welcome new team members in your agency, you shouldn’t need to discuss […]

How to Get Clients for Your Agency With No Cold Calling (8 Easy Tips)

Would you like it if your potential clients reached out to you instead of you cold calling them? Well, who wouldn’t!? It doesn’t matter whether you’re a consultant or run a full-blown agency, your situation is not ideal if all (or most of) your work comes through cold calling. Not only do cold pitches mean […]