Last Monday I started into setting up the framework for our latest client website. And I’m not letting the cat out of the bag yet on who the client is. You’ll just have to wait and see. It shouldn’t be more than a few days before we get approval to launch this one! 🙂
From 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. I have spent my time recording tutorial videos on this new website’s usage. Every client we work with gets a tutorial video to help them manage their own site going forward. Of course, we do phone support with our customers as well, but every location we’ve worked with gets a full video about working with their site. And in the case of this client, I just wrapped up the absolute longest video tutorial package I’ve ever done! Whew!
I was supposed to do the videos yesterday….but it was so nice out, blue skies, great hiking temperatures……so I took yesterday off. Sometimes you just have to! Of course, that left me doing the videos today. Procrastination never pays.
Please watch the videos…..
We’ve worked with so many clients over the past few years. And with every client, be it a database or website, I always make tutorials for whatever I’ve developed. And consistently (with 1 exception), nobody ever watches the videos. Never…… 🙁
To that one client, you know who you are, thank you for watching the videos. 🙂
Why do they not watch the videos? One client recently told me the answer, and it’s a good one.
Whenever I call for a quick question on the database you always have the answer immediately. So I just haven’t bothered watching the video, I’d rather call you.
Well, that answers that. But still, on this job I really hope they watch the video series. It’s great, and covers a lot. The new website has a lot of “moving parts,” and each video covers small bites of the whole. I’ll be crossing my fingers, after all I make some awesome tutorials. Just check out my Lightroom Series over at Living in Tin and you’ll know what I mean!
The blog will see more action soon
Now that we’re in the home stretch on this client site it’s time to think about the next trip. Of course, every day is a day of camping since we’re full time in the Airstream. But still, it’s nice to move about every so often. And with that in mind……
If you need a mobile-friendly website, may I suggest checking out our business site, RLC Design. We’ve got some time available in April, and would love to help another travel destination reach all those RV’ers who are hitting the road now!