The Taoism of WordPress Projects: A Beginner’s Guide to Managing Client Expectations
by Tony Mazzarella
Follow him at@tonymazz
Overview of Managing Client Expectations
Be What Your Client Needs
Finding Good Clients
Steering Your Project in the Right Direction
Create a Successful Project
His presentation is at http://www.slideshare.net/TonyMazzarella1/the-taoism-of-wordpress-projects-a-beginners-guide-to-managing-client-expectations-media-theater-n106
Robbie Moore (follow him @rushminutes) gave his talk Saturday afternoon at WordCamp RI. He reviewed how to work with a client to produce a website that will make them very happy.
- Creative Strategy
is at this link: https://www.3mediaweb.com/wordcamp/
Want to review the highlights from the WordCamp RI session “Coffee’s for Closers (but only if you have an established sales process)?” Here’s the link from presenter (and movie buff) Adam Lamagna.
Outline of Adam’s presentation:
- A little history
- Overview of the sales process
- Before the sale
- During the process
- Earning that cup of coffee
- Using WordPress
- More resources
- Contact Info
Trivia: The title of Adam’s talk comes from the movie Glengarry Glen Ross.
Follow his blog at http://adamlamagna.com
Already videos from WordCamp RI are being posted on WordPress TV. This is your chance to review a session you attended or see a session for the first time. The selection of videos reflects the seminars given on Saturday September 26, 2015. Over the course of the day there were seminars for developers, businesspeople, and beginners.
By watching, or re-watching, these classes you can learn how to program your own WordPress theme, get ideas how to keep the content on your website interesting, and learn organized approaches to creating your own website.
So log on to your computer, pull up your WordPress site, and follow along with a session or two!