A handful of tips for selling online (through the lens of specialty coffee, of course).
From the trenches reviews of six contenders: Highrise, Streak, Base, RelateIQ, Sellf, Pipedrive.
Small updates that will get big returns for your online shop. Bonus: the world’s first WooCommerce transactional email guide.
Needmore gets schooled on the art of crafting timeless pieces at Schoolhouse Electric.
Why building an online community is about winning hearts, not counting hands.
Everything is a trade-off.
We’ve been around for a decade and have seen much progress in the tools and foundation of building out websites.
When sharing screenshots or showing presentations with clients be sure to hide the bookmark bar, you’re clients might be misled.
Nine tips for getting started in web design from Needmore’s Studio Director.
After much resistance we’ve moved to the new Basecamp, here are some of our thoughts on the new Basecamp project management tool.
The Next Web has been putting out some great writing lately, and yesterday’s Analytics: If You’re Not Measuring, You’re Not Marketing was certainly no exception. It’s a good overview of the basics. If you’re…
I have been reading the wonderful – and brief – book Nine Things Successful People Do Differently by Heidi Halvorson. Number 6 is “Have Grit.” “Grit is a willingness to commit to…
I’ve been reading Start With Why by Simon Sinek, and while the book itself is frustratingly repetitive, there are some excellent lessons. My favorite so far has been what he calls The…
From time to time, we find ourselves looking for a way to describe our clear benefit.
A week ago, we walked into what can only be described as every website owner’s worst nightmare.
When Basecamp first launched, Needmore was psyched. We were still a young business, but Basecamp proved to be invaluable. We’ve used it religiously for many years now. It provided a way for…
We at Needmore are big fans of Louis CK
Our expensive lessons comparing Daylite, Highrise, and Flow CRM’s.
One thing we’ve found over and over is that it’s much easier to work with a single decision-maker than to work with a committee.
Our thoughts on the Stumptown Coffee Roasters investor controversy.