2 – Onboarding clients

2 – Onboarding clients

[0:00] – Start
[1:07] – News
[5:46] – On-boarding clients introduction
[7:17] – Productising WordPress
[8:32] – Avoiding project scope creep with contracts
[12:16] – David does not like contracts!
[12:42] – Andy Clark’s ‘Contract Killer’
[14:08] – One day website model
[20:59] – How else can we productise WordPress?
[23:24] – All in one web services model
[26:07] – WordPress training model

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In episode 2 of the WPBuilds.com podcast Nathan Wrigley and David Waumsley discuss the many ways that WordPress professionals onboard their clients. Simple linear workflows, right through to productising the whole process. There’s loads of ways to do it it turns out!

Our inspiration

The people who talked to us about the topic today.
Dirkje Evers, Chantal  Edouard-BetsyGrant AmbroseClark MarshallLyle ChamneyRobert MunroeDustin Overbeck and Jason Westbrook.

We Mention

The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber  (one of the five top-selling business books of all time)
Contract Killer (a free user friendly web design contract) by Andy Clark

Nathan Wrigley

Nathan Wrigley

Nathan writes posts and creates audio about WordPress on WP Builds and WP Tavern. He can also be found in the WP Builds Facebook group, and on Mastodon at wpbuilds.social.

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