We spoke and answered questions about building client projects using an MVP approach on Periscope. Here's how it went.
Some of my favorite technologies, tools and platforms designed to help salespeople prospect and sell smarter.
The MVP model works great for startups, but does it work in an agency/client setting?
Getting consistent blogging from your in-house team is challenging. Over 5 years we've tried many things– I've laid out the good and bad in this article.
This article will lay out a top level understanding and method for you get a quick estimate of how your investment in marketing is paying off, and to show how difficult it is to get a finite, accurate answer.
If you’re a designer, you’re no stranger to the stereotypical client commentary; “Can you make the logo bigger?” “We want it to POP!” and the like. We’re all familiar with the ridiculous and sometimes painful things clients say. But how often do we stop to think about the flip side of the coin?
Make sure your project scope, needs, expectations and values line up well with the website design company that your hire.
You cannot assume that your only job is to make your client happy. You also cannot disregard the opinions of your client. The ultimate goal for designers who want to build strong client relationships is to strike that delicate balance between the two.
No matter what you are selling, it’s important that certain information is collected and that the client leaves the first sales meeting feeling confident. You want them to feel that they are talking to the right person and that your company is both able and willing to support and guide them through the process.
Employers are embracing employees as their primary marketers. Learn why this is a good thing for many companies.