Kevin Whelan was a philosophy major, but he had created a website about computer security in high school, just as a hobby.
Later, that experience led to creating websites as a freelancer and then a job in the marketing group at a law firm, where he saw how digital agencies operated from the client’s perspective.
He also started building an agency in his “spare time”.
Hear how Kevin:
- Got his first clients
- Moved from building 4 figure websites to 5 figure websites
- Increased his productivity and effective hourly rate (without having to bill hourly)
- Used specialization helped him get better, bigger projects
- Moved from charging for implementation to consultation to advisory services (actor to director to producer)
- Handles outsourcing pieces of project delivery, and why he doesn’t take a cut
- Handles scheduling conflicts between different clients
- Gives away as much of his expertise as possible, to attract people who appreciate the way he thinks
If you want to move from selling your expertise, to selling the results, don’t miss this episode, and connect with Kevin for more info.
The Wine & Whisky
Kevin is enjoying a Nikka Japanese Whisky (on the rocks).
Reuben has a glass of Youngberg Hill Willamette Valley Pinot Noir.
Where to find Kevin
Where to find Reuben
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