You don't have to love your work, love what you DO!
Опубліковано Primož Cigler 21 травня 2017 р.
It’s exactly a week since I’ve flown in the sunny and summerish Phoenix, AZ. The reason? The PressNomics conf, to meet new people and make new connections. Did the conference meet the expectations? Not only that. It exceeded them all the way!
So what was so special about it? Hmmm, where should I start …
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It all started about a month back on a Slack channel when Adam from Astoundify, Rich from ThemeBeans, and Andy from Parallelus convinced me in half an hour to buy the ticket for PressNomics. I’m getting really excited about my trip to the USA which begins only 2 days from writing this.
I heard lots of hype and news about Google releasing and open sourcing Guetzli this week.
Heck, even I’m hyped and excited.
Yeah, I know, the sample was too small. But still, here are the results:
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— Primož Cigler (@primozcigler) March 22, 2017
Two days ago, I sent a newsletter campaign to about 5,000 newsletter subscribers. I usually use the ‘Replicate’ MailChimp feature. The problem is that the feature leaves the original links in the content of your campaign as well. My first advice would be that you always send yourself a test email and click through all the links. But because you are reading this, most probably it’s too late.
After sending the newsletter I’ve realized that the CTA link is pointing to the wrong URL (to the blogpost instead of the pricing page).
This is me realizing what I did:
Today I want to share a little business trick with you. You can start using it today if you are a WordPress business owner, but it can be applied in many other cases as well.
It’s about the small victories you need in order to win on a long run.
At my company, we send monthly updates reports to our clients. They are keen to know which WordPress themes got updates in the last 30 days and what was updated. This means that I have to manually go through all our themes and manually check if the there were any updates for a given theme. We follow semantic versioning and the official theme releases are always tagged in git.