Continued from yesterday’s post …
Let’s take a look at the next category of my current customers and see if they would be a good fit for a product, like an e-course.
Which teaches them to prioritize, find their way in the WordPress jungle. And marketing online. And all that other jazz.… Read more
I’d like to start finally doing a product for my webdesign business, so I can earn some recurring revenue that is NOT coming from the sale of an hour – or several – of my life.
I figure I would like to do a web-course about pretty much everything you need to know to set up your own WordPress website or WooCommerce webshop if you are a small business.… Read more
I have for some time now been dabbling with an English/international website for my WordPress consultancy business (a new-ish term, I’m sometimes not really sure what to call myself … ).
Okay, so screw it.
I bought the domain name and figured I’d do a rough version in English of WordPress theme reviews, and then a more compressed version in my local language.… Read more
With regard to being self-employed I’ve discovered one thing: It is much harder to get started than get going once you are in.
Because once you get those first few people to pay you money for a job well done, your confidence automatically rises. And suddenly options don’t seem so limited anymore.… Read more
Worked much of the day on a project for a customer who had paid me in June, but who has been going bankrupt for so many months. I wondered why I still cared.
Sure, she had paid me and I owed her, but I have also done a lot of voluntary stuff on her webshop in 2016, so from some other perspective you could argue she still owed me, although that would probably be too cynical.… Read more