Once you’ve built out an ideal client profile and learned to write good proposals, you should be winning work regularly. A solid client pipeline can create a problem for the inexperienced business owner though. How do you get all the work done? How do you keep your clients happy without working 22 hours a day? […]
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 […]
Did you know that a whopping 44% of projects faced scope creep last year? Scope creep is tricky – it could be as small as your favorite client requesting an additional round of ‘minor’ revisions … or as big as a first-time client expecting a whole bunch of features they ‘thought were included in the […]
Scope creep. Two harmless words that continue to be the source of disaster in so many projects. Scope, on it’s own, is simply part of any project. It sets the boundaries and determines what work will be done for what price. However, combine it with “creep” and both projects and relationships begin to crumble.