Season 1 - 169th NWCC - A Good Endurance Join Pastors Mike Miller, Daniel Mallipudi, Troy Dean, and Matt Holmes as they converse about Troy Dean's message from the opening session. Watch the session at https://mynwcc.org/endure/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nwcn/support
Mix of the Week #367: Troy Dean - Celestial Constellations
Dream Chimney: Mix of the Week
Mix of the Week #367 is "Celestial Constellations" by Troy DeanFollow and include @troyski in your track ID requestsMix of the Week: Mobile app http://dreamchimney.com/motw/appMix of the Week: Email List http://dreamchimney.com/motw/subscribe
Troy Dean - State Of The Digital Union And How to reLOAD Your Agency During Down Times- Agency Success GPS Podcast - Lee Goff - Episode 3
Agency Success GPS Podcast - Featuring Lee Goff - Your Marketing Agency Coach
You Should Not Be Stressing - You Should Be ReLoading. Are You Ready For The Next Digital Gold Rush? Now Is The Time To Get Ready And GrowRecommendation At The Moment Is To Identify The 20% Off Your Activities That Move 80% Of The Value For Your Clients, And Therefore 80% Of The Profit For Your Business And Just Focus On That.In this Episode, Troy Dean and I talk about not stressing out during this time but actually ReLoading and thriving during this time! Troy with Mavericks Club has an amazing knack for helping creative entrepreneurs build awesome online empires! Now is the time to grow and get ready for the next digital gold rush!Takeaways From This Episode:Three Things - Cut the fat - Identify Your Sweet Spot - Identify Growth Opportunities Repositioning and Repackaging What You're Already Doing (Story of Click Funnels)Signature Systems Shine The Light On The Skeletons Your ClosetAutomation - The Pros and Cons!Do Not Fester In Fear! Get Rid Of The Negative ThoughtsFocus on Identifying the 20% of your activities that move 80% of the value for your clients, and therefore 80% of the profit for your business. Stop doing everything else! Not shrinking your business, but shrinking your activities. Think of it as, instead of trying to bake half a dozen blueberry pies at once, just bake one really good pie, become the best in the world at it. Helping your clients get through this weird period that we are all living through at the moment and coming out the other side leaner and stronger. Cut The Fat - Identify Your Sweet Spot - Identify Growth Opportunities.Troy goes through the process of cutting the fat, identifying your sweet spot, and identifying growth opportunities! There's a lot of waste in agencies in all businesses. There's a lot of half-started projects, there are a lot of spinning the wheels, people being very busy doing lots of activity thinking... Full Article/Show Notes:https://www.marketingagencycoach.com/blog/podcast-troy-dean-state-of-the-digital-union-and-how-to-reload-your-agency-during-down-times Follow/Connect With Me Here:Website: https://www.marketingagencycoach.com Podcast: https://agencycoach.buzzsprout.com/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/digitalmarketingagencygroupYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfTWUizmjG2mTtyAQ2zZx7A Twitter: https://twitter.com/Agency_CoachingLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leegoff/
E41 Troy Dean: The Secret to Growing Your Digital Agency in 2020
Operation Agency Freedom - The #1 Podcast for Digital Agency Owners in North America
The success of an agency business calls for more than lead generation. Rather, it depends on your specialization, relationships, and processes. It is how well you’ll leverage them that will determine your business growth. In this episode, Troy Dean shares his journey from a musician to a web designer and agency owner. His experience and lessons in music enhanced his success in building a solid agency business that every entrepreneur can emulate. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Operation Agency Freedom podcast to stay up-to-date about the best ways to own your agency: https://dudeagency.io/category/podcast/
Behind the Scenes of a 7-Figure Content Strategy with Troy Dean
#13: Troy Dean, founder of WP Elevation and Mavericks Club, peels back the curtain to reveal the exact content strategy his team uses to generate multiple 7-figures a year in revenue for his business.In this episode, Troy shares so many valuable takeaways that you can use right now to take your content strategy to the next level.Show notes and transcript at contentheroes.com/13Get the Content Heroes Book ☝️ Get a FREE copy of THE Content Marketing Book of the Year!Join Content Heroes Podcast Community ☝️Join our community for more resources, behind-the-scenes, and connect with other Content Creators.
Guest’s Background: Troy Dean is an online marketing speaker, coach, consultant and podcaster. He specialises in helping businesses and entrepreneurs use the Internet to attract new customers and build their communities. He also managed the online strategy for Jessica Watson, the 16-year-old Australian girl who sailed around the world and helped FebFast raise over $1 million in 2011 and 2012 for the drug and alcohol sector. He’s also a professional voice-over artist and has voiced campaigns for hundreds of brands including Ford, Telstra, ANZ, Hungry Jacks, Mitsubishi, AFL and Cricket Australia. Plus, he sang the Cadbury jingle – “Wouldn’t it be nice if the world was Cadbury?” His clients include: QuickBooksLaw Institute of VictoriaWestpacMelbourne Business NetworkAustralian AnthillEdge of the WebBusiness BlueprintUniting Care Wesley Website: troydean.com.au SNAPSHOT XXX is a [describe company here]. XXX has operated a website for some years. With advancing technology and the rise of social media, XXX needs to redesign their website to align with the goals of the business and the target audience. XXX needs a website that functions as a powerful marketing and communications tool to attract new clients, position itself as a thought leader in the industry and provide credibility to potential joint venture partners. XXX has approached [insert your name here] to design and develop a new website. BUSINESS NEEDS Specifically, the new website needs to fulfil the following business needs: [insert business need here] [insert business need here] [insert business need here] [insert business need here] Also required is a content management system that will allow XXX to easily manage content on the site and reduce administration costs. TARGET AUDIENCE NEEDS The target audience for the XXX website is defined as [describe target audience here]. The new website needs to assist the target audience to do the following: [insert target audience need here] [insert target audience need here] [insert target audience need here] [insert target audience need here] Ultimately, the XXX website should be a useful resource for existing clients, potential new clients and potential new partners. SOLUTION We recommend the development of a completely new website, built from the ground up, with a custom design to convey the value that XXX adds to its members. The new website will be designed to: [insert benefit here that helps achieve needs from above] [insert benefit here that helps achieve needs from above] [insert benefit here that helps achieve needs from above] [insert benefit here that helps achieve needs from above] [insert benefit here that helps achieve needs from above] [insert benefit here that helps achieve needs from above] Additionally, the following “behind the scenes” features will be built-in to the website: regular pings to Google, Yahoo and Bing Google analytics performance reporting High-speed page loading anti-spam features on contact forms video tutorials and a user manual for the content management system Web hosting services are provided on a monthly or annual basis by our preferred hosting partner or by XXX’s existing hosting company. FURTHER CONSIDERATIONS Successful websites of those websites that continue to attract the right type of visitors and lead them down a path towards becoming a customer. This requires consistent content publishing and monitoring of the website to make sure it is achieving its objectives. Once the website has been launched we can assist you with your content strategy and make incremental improvements to the website to make sure that it continues to deliver a positive return on your investment. We would be happy to speak with you about this in more detail and answer any questions you may have. In the meantime, you can see more about our service here [insert link to website care plans]. PROJECT TIMELINE We offer the following timeline for the redesign of the XXX website: Discovery – 4 Weeks Development of a sitemap and interactive prototype so that all functionality can be tested and approved in the browser. Design – 3 Weeks The design of website user experience and user interface to allow the target audience to easily navigate and use the website to achieve their needs. Development – 4 Weeks Development of working website on the WordPress content management system. Testing – 1 Week Final testing and debugging on a development server before launching. INVESTMENT Project Essentials – $7,200 The following elements are considered essential to the project: Development of information architecture into the sitemap Development of interactive prototype to finalise functionality and any third-party integrations Design user experience and user interface Develop working HTML/CSS website to best practice web standards Develop responsive breakpoints for tablet and mobile experience Integrate website into WordPress content management system Integrate Search Engine Optimisation best practices to increase visibility in popular search engines such as Google and Bing Test and debug beta version of the website before launch Launch live website Integrate a daily and weekly backup schedule to protect the website Integrate Google analytics software Training and comprehensive video tutorials included Project Options – $3,000 The following options are recommended to enhance the performance of the website and help XXX achieve the strategic objectives outlined in this proposal: Develop a highly targeted lead capture strategy to convert website visitors into leads Develop a well-structured blogging platform to allow XXX to post thought-leading articles in order to attract the targeted visitors to the website Develop a commenting module to allow website visitors to leave comments on the blog articles as a way of encouraging engagement and conversation Integrate social media sharing facilities to allow web visitors to share articles with their friends and colleagues on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Project Total – $10,200 The above pricing is effective for 30 days. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS What is information architecture? Information architecture is the relationship of how all the different pages of a website are related to each other. This is communicated visually through a sitemap. Here is an example of a sitemap: http://sitemaps.thewpdevshop.com/proctormajor/ What is an interactive prototype? An interactive prototype is a black and white version of your website that is designed to prove the functionality and features as they will work in the browser. No design elements are applied at this stage as the prototype is just built to allow all parties to make final decisions on the functionality. Here is an example of a prototype: http://prototypes.thewpdevshop.com/proctormajor/ Why do you use WordPress? WordPress is open source content management software and currently powers around 25% of all websites on the Internet. The project is contributed to by tens of thousands of developers all over the world and is growing from strength to strength. WordPress allows us to develop flexible and customisable websites to modern standards and observes web development best practices. Furthermore, the community of web developers that use WordPress reaches far and wide and allows us to tap into this collective intelligence and bring that wealth of experience to your project. Where is the website hosted? Your website needs to be hosted by a hosting company that specialises in WordPress hosting. There are many companies that do this. WP Engine, Siteground, Pagely and Pantheon are just a few who specialise in this area. We are more than happy to make a personal recommendation should you require one. Who do I call if something goes wrong with the website or I can’t figure something out? Provided you subscribe to one of our ongoing website care plans, we will be your first point of call should something go wrong with your website. We will determine whether it is something the hosting company needs to fix something that is covered by your website care plan. We will provide training and video tutorials to assist you in using your website once it is launched. What happens after the website is launched? Once your website is launched, we will provide 30 days of support to make sure any bugs have been ironed out and that you are confident using your new website. After this, you will need to subscribe to one of our ongoing website care plans to make sure your website is looked after and maintained. These website care plans include updating your software, regular backups, security checks and making sure your website is online and open for business 24/7/365. More information on our website care plans are available upon request. How long will it take to appear at the top of Google? The time it takes for your website to appear on page 1 of Google depends on a number of factors. It depends on the search phrase people are using to find your website and the number of other websites that are also available for those search phrases. Nobody can truly say how long it will take for your website to appear at the top of search engine results pages (including people who actually work for Google), however, there are a number of factors that can improve your chances. Building your website on WordPress is a good start as WordPress has some great Search Engine Optimisation fundamentals built-in. Creating unique and interesting content on a regular basis for your website is also critical to increase your visibility amongst search engines. Launching your website and then forgetting about it is a surefire way to get lost amongst the noise. We are happy to talk to more about your search engine strategy if we haven’t already. How will I know if anyone is visiting my website? We will install Google analytics software on your new website and show you how to log into your Google Analytics account where you can see a wide range of statistics about your website including a number of visits, page views than the amount of time people are spending on your website. Once you subscribe to one of our website care plans you will also receive more detailed analysis about your website performance and recommendations on how to improve. What happens if I want to add some features to the website while you’re building it? Whilst we like to be flexible and responsive to your needs, we also like to deliver what we promise within the time frames and budgets we have allowed. If you ask us to add new features to your website while we are building it, will most likely ask why? If we all agree that your new request will help us achieve our objectives then we will be more than happy to oblige. If your new feature is something you would like to add to your website but is not directly tied to your original objectives then we will suggest to schedule it for a second iteration of the website once it has been launched. This will require a new proposal. NEXT STEPS To proceed with this project, XXX is required to take the following steps: Accept the proposal as is by clicking on the “Accept” or “Approve” button, or discuss desired changes. Please note that changes to the scope of the project can be made at any time, but additional charges may apply. Submit an initial payment of 50% of the total project fee. Once these steps have been completed we will begin the project with an introduction of all relevant people and begin the discovery process. MUTUAL AGREEMENT This is a variation of the original Contract Killer template by Andy Clarke which can be found here: http://stuffandnonsense.co.uk/projects/contract-killer/ Between us, XXX and you XXX. Summary We will always do our best to fulfil your needs and meet your goals, but sometimes it’s best to have a few things written down so that we both know what’s what, who should do what and what happens if stuff goes wrong. In this contract, you won’t find complicated legal terms or long passages of unreadable text. We have no desire to trick you into signing something that you might later regret. We do want what’s best for the safety of both parties, now and in the future. In short You (XXX) are hiring us (XXX Pty Ltd) located at XXX to design and develop a website for the estimated total price as outlined in our proposal. Of course, it’s a little more complicated, but we’ll get to that. What Do Both Parties Agree To Do? As our customer, you have the power and ability to enter into this contract on behalf of your company or organisation. You agree to provide us with everything that we’ll need to complete the project – including text, images and other information – as and when we need it and in the format, we ask for. You agree to review our work, provide feedback and approval in a timely manner too. Deadlines work two ways and you’ll also be bound by any dates that we set together. You also agree to stick to the payment schedule set out at the end of this contract.organisation. You agree to provide us with everything that we’ll need to complete the project – including text, images and other information – as and when we need it and in the format, we ask for. You agree to review our work, provide feedback and approval in a timely manner too. Deadlines work two ways and you’ll also be bound by any dates that we set together. You also agree to stick to the payment schedule set out at the end of this contract. We have the experience and ability to perform the services you need from us and we will carry them out in a professional and timely manner. Along the way, we will endeavour to meet all the deadlines set but we can’t be responsible for a missed launch date or a deadline if you have been late in supplying materials or have not approved or signed off our work on-time at any stage. On top of this, we’ll also maintain the confidentiality of any information that you give us. Getting Down to the Nitty-Gritty Design If we are designing your application we’ll create designs for the look-and-feel, layout and functionality of your website. This contract includes one main design plus the opportunity for you to make up to two rounds of revisions. If you’re not happy with the designs at this stage, you will pay us in full for all of the work that we have produced until that point and you may either cancel this contract or continue to commission us to make further design revisions at our standard design rates. HTML and CSS Layout Templates If the project includes HTML markup and CSS templates, we’ll develop these using valid HTML and CSS code. The landscape of web browsers and devices changes regularly and our approach is to look forward, not back. With that in mind, we will test all our markup and CSS in current versions of all major desktop browsers to ensure that we make the most of them. Users of older or less capable browsers or devices will experience a design that is appropriate to the capabilities of their software. We do not cater to people using Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 and cannot predict the behaviour of that browser. We will also test that these templates perform well on Apple’s iPad. We will not test old or abandoned browsers, for example, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or 5.5 for Windows or Mac, previous versions of Apple’s Safari, Mozilla Firefox or Opera unless otherwise specified. If you need us to consider these older browsers, we will charge you at our standard old browser rate for any necessary additional design work, development and testing. Text Content We may have written a hundred blog posts but we’re not responsible for writing or inputting any text copy unless we specified it in the original estimate. We’ll be happy to help though, and in addition to the estimate, we will charge you at our standard copywriting or content input rate. Photographs You will supply us photographs in digital format. If you choose to buy stock photographs we can suggest vendors of stock photography. Any time we spend searching for appropriate photographs will be charged at our standard discovery rate. Changes and Revisions We know from plenty of experience that fixed-price contracts are rarely beneficial to you, as they often limit you to your first idea about how something should look, or how it might work. We don’t want to limit either your options or your opportunities to change your mind. The estimate/quotation prices at the beginning of this document are based on the amount of work we estimate we’ll need to accomplish everything that you have told us you want to achieve. If you do want to change your mind, add extra pages or templates or even add new functionality, that won’t be a problem. However, you will be charged accordingly and these additional costs will need to be agreed to before the extra work commences. This additional work will affect deadlines and they will be moved accordingly. We’ll be upfront about all of this if and when it happens to make sure we’re all on the same page before proceeding. We may also ask you to put requests in writing so we can keep track of changes. If the nature or functions of the project change significantly throughout the process, we reserve the right to deem the current project cancelled. At this, point you will pay us in full for all the work we have done and may commission us to complete the new project based on the new requirements. This will require a new quote and contract. Technical Support You may already have professional website hosting, you might even manage that hosting in-house; if that’s the case, great. If you don’t manage your own website hosting, or your current hosting environment does not support the solution we are providing, we can set up an account for you at one of our preferred, third-party hosting providers. We will charge you a one-off fee for installing your site on this server, plus any statistics software such as Google Analytics, then the updates to, and management of that server, plus any support issues will be up to you. We are not a website hosting company and so do not offer or include technical support for website hosting, email or other services relating to website hosting. Legal stuff We can’t guarantee that the functions contained in any web page templates or in a completed website will always be error-free and so we can’t be liable to you or any third party for damages, including lost profits, lost savings or other incidental, consequential or special damages arising out of the operation of or inability to operate this website and any other web pages, even if you have advised us of the possibilities of such damages. If any provision of this agreement shall be unlawful, void, or for any reason is unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable from this agreement and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions. Phew! Copyrights You guarantee to us that any elements of text, graphics, photos, designs, trademarks, or other artwork that you provide us for inclusion in the website are either owned by your good selves or that you have permission to use them. When we receive your final payment, copyright is automatically assigned as follows: You own the graphics and other visual elements that we create for you for this project. We’ll give you a copy of all files and you should store them really safely as we are not required to keep them or provide any native source files we used to make them. You also own text content, photographs and other data you provided unless someone else owns them. We own the markup, CSS and other code and we license it to you for use on only this project. We love to show off our work and share what we have learned with other people, so we reserve the right to display and link to your completed project as part of our portfolio and to write about the project on websites, in magazine articles and in books about web design. Payments We are sure you understand how important it is as a small business that you pay the invoices that we send you promptly. As we’re also sure you’ll want to stay friends, you agree to stick tight to the following payment schedule. 50% deposit upfront 30% instalment once functionality and design has been agreed upon 20% balance once the application has been tested and everyone agrees it is ready to go live. NB: If you are unable to supply all of the right content at this stage, it does not mean we have not done our job. Once the site has been tested and is ready to go live, either with your content or placeholder images and dummy text, we will issue the final invoice. Once the final invoice is paid we will hand over the keys and show you how to put your own content in once it’s ready. If the final invoice is not paid within the credit terms we have given you, we are under no obligation to keep the site on our testing server or continue with the project in any way. But where’s all the horrible small print? Just like a parking ticket, you can’t transfer this contract to anyone else without our permission. This contract stays in place and need not be renewed. If for some reason one part of this contract becomes invalid or unenforceable, the remaining parts of it remain in place. Although the language is simple, the intentions are serious and this contract is a legal document under exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of [insert your location here]. Authorising this project requires a signature below or approval of this proposal by clicking the “Accepted” or “Approved” button on the proposal website. Signed for XXX Signed for XXX.Support the show: https://www.systemhub.com/podcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to the NCU Chapel Podcast! Here you'll find our chapel speakers who bring various topics and conversations to our students. NCU Campus Pastor Troy Dean walks us through the end of Holy Week, leading up to the Passover and Lord's Supper. In Chapel we took Communion as a community, which is one of many practices for the week.