Business Tips

No matter if you’re just freelancing on your own from time to time, or have a multi-person company, the following business tips will help you achieve your goals, be more effective when working with clients, and grow your revenue. Apart from those tips, our CEO also shares his own thoughts and learnings in monthly transparency reports.

The Ultimate Guide to Starting a Web Design Business – From Finding Your First Clients to Making a Name for Yourself

Starting a Web Design Business

The prospect of starting a web design business can be a bit overwhelming. However, at the same time, if you’re stuck in a job that you don’t 100% like, the prospect of using your skills to build a web design business that operates based on flexibility and freedom is hard to deny. Would you rather toil away as you are, continuously bogged down by stress? Or are you willing to take a risk for a chance at something better?

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5 of the Best Business Phone Services for Small Business in 2019

Best Business Phone Services for Small Business

Not too long ago, implementing a phone service for your small business was a far more tedious and daunting task. It often required you to speak with some sort of consultant and potentially call them in to configure the entire system. Quite a bit has changed, but there are still some choices to make when looking at the best business phone services for small business.

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5 of the Best Appointment Scheduling Software for Your Business in 2019

Best Appointment Scheduling Software

A gym personal trainer needs a way to book sessions with clients. A doctor needs a way to schedule checkups with patients. Most businesses need some way to get internal meetings on the books – and it all must be automated, with calendars, reminders, and more. That’s why today we want to outline and compare the best appointment scheduling software available out there.

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How and Where to Outsource Your WordPress Related Work

As a designer building sites for clients, you are likely to struggle with one specific thing. And that is keeping up with what’s going on in the WordPress world, and making sure that your sites remain in-tune with the newest best practices and trends in WordPress development. This is not easy, WordPress is a very popular tool with an incredibly lively community that’s coming up with new

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PayPal vs Stripe vs Authorize.net vs Amazon Payments – Which Is Best for a WordPress Site

PayPal vs Stripe vs Authorize

These days, practically anyone can run an online business – all that you need, really, is a website. And, with the rise of the user-friendly WordPress CMS and simple-but-powerful shopping cart functionality courtesy of WooCommerce, even non-technical individuals can put together an aesthetically pleasing, fully functional website. It won’t cost you an arm and a leg, either – the WooCommerce and WordPress core are free to use, and there’s plenty of affordable hosting and domain providers out there.

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40+ Shopping Cart Abandonment Rate Statistics for 2019 (Plus How to Recover Carts)

Shopping Cart Abandonment Rate Statistics

It’s 2019 and cart abandonment is still a big problem for ecommerce sites. Actually, the average global shopping cart abandonment rate for online ecommerce is 69.57% (according to 2019 data). Following on from our blog post about abandoned cart emails, we crunched some numbers, and this post collects a number of cart abandonment statistics, both from our own database as well as third-party studies.

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5 Free Jira Alternatives That Are Just as Good

Free JIRA Alternatives

Jira Software is impressive. Let’s be honest here. Atlassian – the company behind it – has not only built a great development and project management tool, but also lined up a whole range of other tools that integrate with the main package (handling things like documentation, help desk, etc.).

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Should You Hire a Freelancer? Find Out if They’re Going to Be a Good Fit for Your Team

Should You Hire a Freelancer? Find Out if They're Going to Be a Good Fit for Your Team

As your company grows, you may find that your existing team is no longer able to handle all the work necessary to keep things running. This means you’ll need to conduct some hiring – but what kind of workers should you look for? Should you hire a freelancer? To answer that question, it helps to understand the drawbacks and benefits of working with freelancers.

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