The Freelance Summit | Training for WordPress Freelancers

A lot of freelancers simply can’t get over the hump from struggling to success, from frustration to confidence. Too often, freelancers feel like they’re on a deserted island, alone, hitting dead ends, with no one to offer guidance. You’re likely making it up as you go, but you’d cherish the opportunity to have someone walk you through their processes for success.

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New! Google Search Console Reporting with Sync Pro

Want to grow and expand your monthly WordPress site maintenance services? iTheme Sync Pro just added another outstanding way to do so with new Google Search Console Reporting. Combined with our existing Google Analytics and Yoast SEO Checker integration, you can now offer a complete picture to your clients for how well their sites are doing.

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New WordPress Optimization Tools in iThemes Sync

iThemes Sync Pro just got an update that includes some handy WordPress optimization tools for all of the WordPress sites you manage. Each WordPress optimization action removes the clutter from your WordPress database so it can run more efficiently. Optimization tools have been one of the most requested features from Sync users, so we’re excited to roll them out today.

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New Files-Only WordPress Backup + More in BackupBuddy

We just rolled out several batches of updates to BackupBuddy, our WordPress backup plugin. These updates focused on improving and extending existing BackupBuddy features to make them more robust, reliable and flexible based on how you actually use BackupBuddy. To take advantage of these new features, update to BackupBuddy version 7.2.1.

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WordPress Monthly Maintenance – Practical Ways To Create Income

WordPress monthly maintenance is a great way freelancers can create recurring income. By offering monthly maintenance packages to your web design clients, you can get the cushion you need for those low-income times. Give yourself a cushion-there will be times when money doesn’t come in and you need to be charging enough to cover those times.

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Freelance Productivity: How Tom McFarlin Gets Things Done

Almost every freelancer struggles with productivity, time management and process. We’re all asking how we can get more done without going more crazy. So let’s share. What works for you? Today we start by asking freelance WordPress developer Tom McFarlin. He runs Pressware, edits Tuts+ Code, and regularly blogs about development and how he works.

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How to Manage WordPress Sites: 75 Tasks & Tips

Managing a WordPress site means performing daily, weekly and monthly tasks to help your site run smoothly. Use this checklist to help you manage WordPress sites either for yourself or your web design clients. The list below includes both one-time tasks for newer WordPress sites and repetitive tasks that will need to be performed on a regular basis.

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Login to WordPress Remotely & Switch WordPress Users

The latest version of iThemes Sync allows you to remotely login to your WordPress site admin from the Sync dashboard. With this update, you can also switch between any WordPress user account associated with your Sync site to login. These new features allow you to quickly jump to the Admin dashboard of your WordPress site where you’ll be instantly logged in.

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You Deserve to Get Paid for the Good Work You Do and Deliver to Others

Like many entrepreneurs at one point or the other, I have often had an awkward relationship with the concept of “making money” and “getting paid,” especially in the early years of my business. Whether it’s a concern about being capable of delivering on what I promised, to a doubt that I was being greedy, I’ve wrestled often over my time as an entrepreneur on this vital subject.

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New! Sync Pro Reports for BackupBuddy & iThemes Security

You’ve told us you want beautiful, easy-to-read reports to share with your clients to showcase what you’re doing, and today, they’re finally here. After months in the making, we’re excited to launch new Sync Pro reporting features for BackupBuddy and iThemes Security to highlight all the ways you protect your client sites.

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WordPress Weekly Recap – April 21

I’m going to miss next week’s WordPress Weekly Recap due to the teaching of our week-long WordPress Developer Course. This will be the 15th WordPress Developer Course that I have taught at iThemes and if you are looking for a true crash course that takes you deeper into WordPress than you thought possible, I’d encourage you to check it out and register to attend.

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