Be a Part of the WebCami Podcast

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Hello, fellow WordPress enthusiasts. I’m Cami MacNamara, a WordPress Web Designer and host of the WebCami Podcast. Today, I am thrilled to invite you to contribute to my podcast, a project I am truly passionate about. If you haven’t listened yet, my podcast has a simple format. I read blog posts about WordPress, web design,…

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WordCamp Phoenix 2023 Recap

Cami speaking at WordCamp Phoenix 2023

It’s been ten years since I started attending WordCamps. My first was in Seattle in 2013 and I’ve attended and volunteered most years it’s been held in my community. I am so lucky I’ve been able to branch out and make it to WordCamps outside of my community. I’ve attended both Portland and Sacramento. GoDaddy…

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Why I’m starting a podcast

Yeti mic in front of a laptop with a person speaking into it.

I can’t exactly remember when the idea for this podcast was born, but it was at my parents’ house several years ago. I was visiting them and helping out by power cooking over long weekends. My Mom had dementia and had lost her cooking skills, and my Dad was always going to Taco Bell. My…

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Why I left BNI after more than a decade

In early May, I decided I needed to make a significant change in my life and leave my beloved BNI group. I had been a member of the organization for almost 12 years, and deciding to exit was difficult. I thought I would never leave as long as I was in business. BNI was one…

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Working through grief as a freelancer

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As a freelance business owner, you may find it challenging to carry on working while grieving. Grief ignores deadlines, clients, and to-do lists. It has no concern for your situation. The grief you feel can be even worse when your business depends on you to be on top of things. I have recently had the…

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How to keep your clients on track with your project timeline

One of the biggest challenges for any web designer is keeping a client on track with their project timeline. Many clients are unfamiliar with what goes into designing a website and don’t know how long it will take. They may have unrealistic expectations of how quickly their site can be designed or how much work…

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