Small business owners make how-to videos to demo their products. Artisans make them to show off their skills. And lay people make how-to videos out of a passion for sharing their knowledge. But before you break out the camcorder, take a moment to read the following tips. A little preparation can mean the difference between a mediocre how-to video and a stellar one.
Example of the WePay Payment Button in Action
Ever have a freelancing client who pays on time until she suddenly doesn’t? Of course you have. We all have.
A month’s worth of text messages between me and a particularly slow paying client can be distilled into this:
Client: I’m going to pay you, but instead of wasting your time by paying in installments, I’m trying to get all the money together at once.
Me: No, really, that’s fine. I love being paid in installments.
Client: Well, do you take credit cards?
Me: I have a credit card reader and can take a credit card in person.
Guest post by: Fred J. Cohen
We’ve all heard the saying, “time is money” and for busy professionals like attorneys and accountants, juggling overloaded schedules filled with client meetings, court dates and administrative tasks, this is an undeniable reality. Many professionals, struggle to find the perfect balance between billable work and non-billable tasks like marketing which can require a great deal of time and resources.
To help reduce the amount of time needed for a successful marketing campaign, it’s important that firms work with marketing experts who understand their specific industries. This is especially important when it comes to selecting a website development team as the site should serve as the cornerstone of the firm’s online marketing campaign and must be continuously updated as the practice grows and evolves.