I'm fortunate to be able to spend my days working with the fantastic Newfangled team to discover new ways of planning and delivering the greatest conversion-focused websites we can imagine for our clients.
The way I see it I have three jobs. My first job is to make sure Newfangled is the kind of company that attracts and retains top talent. My second job is to develop and maintain the right kind of client relationships so that we're able to do this work we love for as long as possible. My third job is to work with the Newfangled team and our clients to make sure that we're offering the right strategic and technological solutions. If we've got the right people, the right clients, and we're creating sites that have a significant impact on our client's business, things are good.
BooksA Website That Works
My Blog Posts
For almost twenty years, Newfangled has been partnering with independent agencies to help build web marketing ecosystems for them and their clients. We've spent many years building NewfangledCMS to be the premier CMS for conversion-focused marketing sites. While it continues to serve us and our clients exceptionally well, we understand that it can be more than many small agencies need for their sites. That's why we've created a WordPress-based offering for small agencies that want to take advantage of Newfangled's reliability, sector expertise, and strategic insights at cost and timing ranges that work for them. more
I recently joined Peter Gerritsen, president of Taan Worldwide, for a video chat on a range of issues related to the work we at Newfangled do building marketing-driven web platforms for marketing agencies and their clients. We covered some pretty interesting topics, so I thought I’d share the transcript of our discussion here, broken out into three parts (or, if you prefer, you can catch the full video here). In this first post, Peter and I talk about some of the most common issues we see with agency websites today. more
Is WordPress the only viable CMS choice? When you make a decision about who's going to build your next website, are you making a technology decision, a relationship decision, or both? How portable is a site that's perfectly tailored to your needs? In this installment of Casual Fridays, Chris and I might bring up more questions than we answer, but at least they're interesting questions. more