Hi everyone! It’s been a bit but I’m BAACCCK!!!
I had a nice vacation away and the week before was getting a ton of work done before I left. So I’ve been SILENT for 2 Episodes!!
Thoroughly enjoying Florida, I contacted my good friend Brian Oliver. A sales expert in the web game building website through his agency Market Leef.
Brian drops some sales tips and we discuss things like:
- Florida Weather vs NY Weather
- Web Designer vs Graphic Designer
- Why Brian isn’t using Beaver Builder yet.
- The Ultimate Dev Stack
- Recurring Revenue to sustain your business
And much more.
Enjoy the conversation and don’t forget to rate the show on iTunes and leave a review, or a comment, or anything you feel really.
Ultimate Dev Stack – BB, Genesis, Views
Devenaires Club – FB Group
Song at the end – Hustlers Love by Jehry Robinson
About the AuthorWhat's UP! This is my site, I write 99% of the articles on here. I'm also the owner of SureFireWebServices.com. I help out a lot of developers and designers getting into the web game. Helping is fun for me, so feel free to ask me any questions! I've made courses and have a membership as well to help get you on your feet!
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