As a WordPress developer, you have a lot of work to do to get sites up and running the way your clients want them. But not every aspect of the site is up to you to create, typically the actual content for the website is provided by your clients. And to get certain aspects of the site right, you need some of this content to finish your job.
The article below will show you how to go about getting any missing content you need from your clients in a manner that’s fast, efficient, and as low-fuss as possible for everyone involved. It’s a pretty in-depth guide, but the time it can save you in the long run makes it well worth the read.
I say this a lot and will say it once again: if you truly want to elevate your WordPress business, then it needs to have the right processes and procedures to support it. One of those processes that many consultants don’t think about? As a WordPress developer, you’re hired for your expertise in building websites – strategy, design, coding and testing. Those tasks all fall on your shoulders. There are times, however, when you can’t move forward on a website without your client’s help, like when you need content from them. Here’s how to do it right.
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