How To Skyrocket Your WordPress Business To The Next Level

I need to clear up some confusion. Previously, I had said that the way you break free from low-paying WordPress projects is to stop selling websites and start selling you. I didn’t just mean change the way you talk about your work. I meant that you have to bring both the skills and the vision to the table when you’re meeting with your clients. It’s not about changing how you talk about what you can do, it’s about fundamentally transforming the way you think about yourself, your skills, and your clients. This is the key to unlocking your true potential. And, if you can do this, everybody wins. Your clients win, your clients’ customers win, and you win!

If you know anybody who is trying to run a WordPress business, please share this with them because what we talk about in this video can really change your entire business… It can actually change your life.

How To Grow Your Business Without Constantly Having To Find New Clients

This video is a little bit different because we’re doing a live website review. Someone from our Facebook group shared a link to their site and we’re going to talk about what she’s doing that great and some things she might want to improve. Then we’ll wrap up talking about how you can build your business without having to constantly find new clients.

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What The Avengers Taught Me About WordPress

I went to see Infinity War with my daughter and immediately learned a cool lesson about working with WordPress.
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There are 2 essential character traits you MUST have if you want to reach the top of your game. You can’t have one without the other – you have to have BOTH. That’s what we talk about in this video.

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A Big Reason You Can’t Raise Your Prices

 

WordPress developers are notoriously underpaid. In this video, let’s talk about one of the BIG things that’s keeping your prices down. Fix this problem and you can triple your rates overnight. It’s not theory, I just did it last week. So, what’s the BIG problem?

  • It’s not that your clients undervalue your work.
  • It’s not that your clients don’t have the money.

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I Fired A Client

When you have a relationship with your client – the cool thing about the relationship is that they know a ton of stuff that you don’t know. And also, you know tons of stuff that they’ve never heard of. When you put those two things together, that’s where the value is. That’s what is so exciting. When you combine your expertise with your client’s skillset, you have something bigger than just the sum of the parts. That’s the essence of high-value relationships.

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Is The WordPress Market Shrinking?

I’ve been hearing a lot of people talking about the WordPress market shrinking and that it’s getting harder and harder to find clients. That’s a pretty broad statement because there are so many different types of WordPress development and consulting. So, let’s talk about it.

In this video, we’ll take a look at some stats to see:

  • How has the WordPress market share changed over time? Is it growing?
  • How does WordPress compare to other CMS platforms?
  • How does WordPress compare to Wix?
  • Is Wix really a threat to WordPress and WordPress developers?
  • What do you need to do to find clients and win projects?

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Crazy, Scary Call With A Client

It started with an email that said, “Hey, I’ve got a problem with my WordPress site. Can you give me a call?” So I call her to discover that she was moments away from launching her website. She and her web designer go in to make a few final tweaks and… boom… something went wrong and the website looks like it was run through a blender.

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You Don’t Have To Sell Cheap WordPress Sites

Let’s talk about pricing. Should you list your prices on your website? Should you have a pricing page? If you list prices that are too high will that scare away potential clients? What if you list prices that are too low? Will that scare away potential clients and does that trap you into always selling low priced websites?

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