Designing Growth is a podcast for designers, brand strategists, and creative professionals wanting to start, launch, or grow the business of their dreams.
From first proposal to final delivery, the founding team of Motion.io shares their experiences alongside guests to help you market your services better, complete projects faster, and exceed client expectations at every step of the way.
"Under Promise, Over Deliver" and Other Lessons for New Business Owners feat. Megan Weeks
Brand & Web Design Agency Owner Megan Weeks sits down with Sam to reflect on some of the biggest things she's learned after her first full year of running her business full-time.
Motion.io Development Update
After nearly four months of development, Motion.io is fully functional and almost ready for its first users. In this episode, Sam talks about how Motion.io has evolved after showing it to 30 different business owners and details the new functionality and features the team has since added.
How to Get Web Design Clients - Master Class Pt. 2
In part 2 of our master class on how to get web design clients, Sam covers the 3 final strategies that will allow you to develop a full-cycle sales funnel: social media marketing, partnerships, and digital advertising.
How to Get Web Design Clients - Master Class Pt. 1
In the first of this two-part series, Sam covers the fundamentals needed before executing your first marketing initiatives and shares three strategies you can deploy to start closing clients next week.
How to Transition From Freelancer to Business Owner feat. Bart Anestin
Designer, Business Owner, and Former Freelancer Bart Anestin sits down with Sam to share his story of spinning a career in freelancing into a full-scale digital marketing agency that works with big-name clients like Youth Unlimited and the Toronto Raptors.
Your Inbox Is Not a Client Management System feat. Krystal Clark
Sam speaks with systems and automation expert Krystal Clark. Krystal talks about the 5 stages of client experience that apply to all service businesses, what parts of your business should be using automation, and explains why it's a terrible idea to use email as your only tool for managing clients.