|Sloppy posting is becoming the status quo, but this presents you with the chance to beat out the competition. Some trends are developing in terms of what bloggers aren’t doing to make their posts as valuable as possible, and you probably fell victim to at least several of these trends in the past.
It’s okay. You’re human. We all make mistakes, so let’s make this an "opportunity," not so much a failure, and move on to a bigger and brighter future for your blog posts.
By learning from your mistakes you’re sure to increase your credibility, user retention, recognition, and overall effectiveness.
Archive for February, 2012
|Your understanding of a design project is pivitol to your success in meeting your client’s needs. Moreover, a job well done will help ensure repeat business and invaluable referrals.
However, before you take up any order for making a website, it’s important to have complete information to start on the right note. There should be easy communication between you and your clients, so that you clearly outline all expectations. Understanding each other, and asking your client some important questions will save both of you time, and reduce the chance of a project failure due to miscommunication. Moreover, it will pave way for a long and lasting business relationship.
Below are 3 sets of questions that I always ask my clients before providing a quote.