Are you looking for an oDesk WordPress developer? Here are some tips that may help protect you from making some classic mistakes.
It's easy to confuse two different buying decisions. But one is a lot harder than another to make. So it helps to be clear on what we really want to ask.
Are you spending a lot of time on plugin support? Are you tired of the costs of phone calls and emails? Would you spend $34 to reduce your burden?
It's a daily habit for me. It trains me to deal with the natural anchoring that happens in my brain. It's the habit of circling back. Here's why it's key.
As I'm finalizing my talk for Pressnomics, I thought I would share at least 1 of my getting things done tips for folks (including those who won't be there.)
Among the top things I hate is the power of fear to stop you from all the things you could / should do. Don't give in to that power.
On my short list of things I hate, here's one about pricing - cost-plus pricing. I hate it, mostly because it's selfish. There, I said it.
In my second part of this four part series, I focus on people with formulas - the get rich, get thin, get (fill in the blank) quick kinds of formulas.
Few things in the world are worse than service providers who (for some reason) embrace indirect communication. It's the first item in this freelance series.
If you've read my posts on creating a WooCommerce membership site, you'll need this one other piece of information.