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Good Project Management Starts At Customer Onboarding

Nobody wants to lose time in today’s fast-paced, hyper-connected business world. But losing data is even worse than losing time. Some web agency owners and B2B professionals in other industries try to rush things in order to improve the speed of business. The problem is that if you don’t take the right approach to speeding […]

Managed Solutions: The Secret to Satisfying Your Customers

Web agencies are becoming increasingly specialized, and this is a good thing. But at the same time, their customers’ needs are getting broader and more generalized while requiring more and more expertise to properly fulfill. The average customer expects more from his or her web agency than ever before. Yet at the same time, web […]

The Most Common Mistake Web Agencies Make When Marketing Web Development Services

Web agencies occupy a unique space when it comes to marketing web development services. Simply putting a contact form on your web page isn’t enough – you have to attract clients to your services and spend time communicating with them to seal the deal. One of the ways successful web agencies do this is through inbound […]

How Accurately Are You Recording Your Non-Billable Hours?

Albert Einstein famously proved that time is the fourth dimension. But for web developers, there are two kinds of time – two separate dimensions that need to be taken into consideration. The first dimension of time is billable hours. The second is non-billable hours. Any service-oriented professional, from web developers to lawyers and beyond, needs to be able […]

Will My Website Break If I Upgrade to WordPress 5.0 Without Installing the Classic Editor Plugin?

If there is one major question surrounding the upcoming November 19th release of WordPress 5.0, it’s this: Will my website break if I upgrade to WordPress 5.0? It’s a valid, and very important question. WordPress 5.0 stands to fundamentally change many aspects of the WordPress experience and its underlying architecture. One of the biggest changes will be to the visual editor you use to create web pages […]

Gutenberg Compatibility for Web Developers: What’s Going to Change?

WordPress 5.0 is going to be a major milestone for web developers everywhere. The main reason why can be summed up in one word: Gutenberg. Gutenberg is the name of the new WordPress editor, which uses an innovative block-based system to create media-rich posts. This block-based system is intuitive and easy for new users to understand – which […]

WordPress 5.0 Beta 1 Release – Are You Ready for Gutenberg?

The day WordPress 5.0 becomes the web’s standard content management platform is coming closer. The day the Gutenberg editor becomes the number one visual editor for the majority of websites on the Internet is right around the corner. As of October 24th, 2018, WordPress released WordPress 5.0 Beta 1 – the first of its kind to include the Gutenberg editor as the default […]

Welcome to Gutenberg: Introducing the new WordPress Editor

The world of WordPress is about to get turned upside down. This isn’t a bad thing. Although it may cause some web developers to enter panic mode when dealing with the unfamiliar interface and compatibility issues, it will revolutionize the way writers create content. Part of the reason why is that content is really no longer limited to just […]

Avoid Scope Creep: Define Project Scope Early and Stick to It

Nobody likes revisions. Clients don’t like having to ask for them, web developers don’t like having to do them, and end-users don’t like having to wait for them to get done. But nevertheless, revisions are a fact of life for most web developers. Even the most professional developers often find themselves in the position of […]

What Customers Really Want: UX Design and Custom API Integration

One question drives the multi-billion-dollar digital marketing industry. What do customers really want? It’s a big question, and there are lots of different answers out there. Some of them are close enough to the truth to produce results. Others are way off the mark. Ultimately, predicting consumer behavior accurately is more important than creating a grand […]