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October 11, 2019
I finally finished a book project. Three factors made it happen. One, I wrote at four in the morning. Two, I wrote for my audience instead of myself. And three, I wrote it using Trello.
June 27, 2019
There’s a pretty decent chance that your last conversation with a lawyer went a lot like the one I just had.
May 25, 2019
Solspace has been in business 20 years. In that time we’ve learned one thing. People hire and retain us for our ability to help them make their websites reliable sources of income. Out of this we’re developing a Web Reliability consulting practice. We just submitted our first Web Reliability Consulting Proposal.
May 25, 2019
They say that the average client / agency relationship lasts an average of 3 years. My experience is a little different. Here are three reasons why.
May 10, 2019
Today I want to express my gratitude to the early supporters of the Web Reliability project. This week things sort of turned a corner. Several of the group of people who were the first to read the initial chapters of the book reached out to offer encouragement. They likely have little idea how important this is to me.
April 25, 2019
I was joking around with a good friend of mine yesterday. I was telling him how hard it was to come up with an elevator pitch to describe what Solspace does. He made me laugh about something and then all of a sudden, there it was; a pretty decent elevator pitch about how Solspace is like those companies who help airlines maintain their aircraft.
March 28, 2019
You already know that your website is a principle source of revenue for your business. You know that your customers or clients will flow through it to reach you and pay you for your services. But with all the web experts out there, you don’t know who is responsible for what.
March 7, 2019
Hey Solspace, can you guys build, test and release an API integration plugin for Craft CMS in less than 48 hours?
February 20, 2019
Web development can be a lot like driving in traffic. You’re inching along, making a little progress, but honestly not enough to get you there before you’ve spent an all-nighter on the highway in the snow. Instead of turning back like a sane person, you press on. I mean hey, you have already invested this much time right?
January 17, 2019
We try to be a reliable partner to our clients. This means, first and foremost, that we bring empathy and compassion to our relationships.