Tag: client services
Dealing with Client Conflicts
I’m quite confident a lot of WPShout readers are doing at least a little bit of “client work.” Whatever way you do that—even if you don’t do it using WordPress—problems can crop up. Which is why I really appreciate this little article from Jennifer Bourn.
The Year of No More Bad WordPress Projects
In this article, I cover a number of patterns that crop up in my own WordPress client work, and in what I hear from others, both clients and other developers, about the shape and outcomes of their WordPress projects.
“What is WordPress?”: What to Tell Your Clients
Your clients need a plain-language explanation of what WordPress is, and why to use it over other website solutions.
How 10up Grew to Need John Eckman as CEO
If you have any interest in WordPress client-services, you probably already know about 10up. Today they announced that John Eckman is stepping in as their CEO, and Brian over at Post Status put together a great and exhaustive post about what that means. I for one watched and loved the whole video interview with Jake Goldman and John as well.