Google “best white paint colors” and you’ll get millions of results. The top-ranked websites are the usual leviathans of interior design: Elle Decor, Real Simple, Apartment Therapy, Architectural Digest, and Better Homes and Gardens.
But then! A link appears to a small interior design business run out of a suburban home in the small city of Nanaimo (pop: 90,000) in western Canada: Kylie M. Interiors, a digital David among the Goliaths.
Kylie Mawdsley is a mother of two who worked at Home Depot in the blinds and drapes department, and she’s a testament to how a talented person with top-notch content can make it to the big leagues.
She runs an interior design shop that does the vast majority of its business online. Clients send in photos of their homes, and Kylie provides custom advice on everything from paint color (her specialty) to updating kitchen cabinets. To bring in new clients, she also publishes lots of free advice, articles, and offers courses through her website.
But Kylie’s fans often struggled to find exactly what they were looking for after they got to her website.
Continue reading → How Jetpack Search Helps an Interior Design Consultant Connect with Customers
A “Whodunnit?” that (almost, but not really) rivals Jack the Ripper
The Sevenoaks Bookshop in England is about as far from a Barnes & Noble or Amazon as you can get.
Continue reading → How Jetpack Backup Saved the Day for a Community Bookshop in the UK
On the Gold Coast of Australia, you can find ancient rainforests, mangrove-covered islands, world-famous surfing beaches, and, of course, Blake.
Blake Hampson is a self-employed digital marketing pro and SEO whiz who uses Jetpack for all his clients’ websites. An admitted workaholic and botany aficionado (who, by the way, doesn’t surf), he was kind enough to chat with us about his work life as a Jetpack user.
Continue reading → Why this Gold Coast Digital Marketer Uses Jetpack for Every Client
If you own a WordPress agency and could automate critical service tasks for your clients, you’d be better positioned for expansion and growth. Sounds great, right? But it’s a lot easier said than done.
Web design company FreshySites is doing exactly this with the help of Jetpack. They’ve built over 1,900 websites and actively manage about 1,200. Yet they’ve found a way to reduce the person-power required to deliver more services for an increasing number of clients.
With a small team, they’re completing more tasks for more clients. Let’s see how they do it.
Continue reading → How WordPress Agency FreshySites Uses Jetpack to Scale
FreshySites — a leading US-based WordPress design agency — uses Jetpack for the 1,000+ sites they actively manage. And thanks to the ways Jetpack helps them improve operational efficiency and customer service, they do it with a single person instead of the multi-person team it would normally take.
Continue reading → How FreshySites Uses Jetpack to Protect 1,200 WordPress Sites