Fixing a project that has gone bad is more about, not reacting, than reacting quickly. Your knee jerk reaction might be to shoot back a heated email or go straight for the jugular and shut down the site. When in discussions with colleagues, that’s always the first thing that someone says, “Shut down the site!” … Continue reading Anytime is right to fix a bad project
Listen to this Audio Blog post here: I'm really excited to be speaking at the North County San Diego WordPress Meetup this coming Tuesday, September 30, 2014! The topic that I will be speaking on is, "How To Get Great Clients - Alignment First, Expectations Second." Often you will hear, when talking about clients, is … Continue reading Speaking at North County San Diego WordPress Meetup!
Listen to this Audio Blog post here: In a past San Diego WordCamp presentation I encouraged the audience to become a "client advocate." To consider, what it would be like to do whatever it takes, to make that client successful. It's a bold statement to an industry that has gotten in the habit of complaining … Continue reading Doing Web Development As A Small Business Advocate