He owns a small consulting firm in Atlanta. Yobro offers professional editing services to bloggers and writers.
Dallas runs his entire business on his MacBook. While cruising through a client project one morning at his favorite coffee shop, Dallas manages to spill water on his… business.
You might have had a solid exercise regimen back in college. You might have saved money aggressively when you were still single. You might have tracked your earning and spending more carefully when you were a young freelancer lacking consistent cash flow.
Stop me if you’ve heard this before:
“I got into the agency business because I’m passionate about the craft. I don’t really know much about the business side of things.”
Or how about this one:
“I landed the biggest customer ever, and now my business is going under.”
“We have tons of work coming in. Everyone is crazy busy, but we’re losing money.”
If you’ve logged in to your account today, you may have noticed that Pulse looks a little different. This afternoon, we pushed a small visual refresh of Pulse. It’s not a full-on redesign, but we think these small changes have made some big steps towards making Pulse easier and more enjoyable to use.
One of the most common questions from our customers and prospects is whether Pulse can be used to track actual income and expenses alongside projected income and expenses. The answer is yes!