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Demystifying Dubsado, Part 1

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In March, I wrote an article on the 10 ways I love Dubsado. I do really like their mission and I like everything they bring to the table. I didn’t win their prizes for their birthday celebration.

Now that I have more experience using Dubsado, I want to teach others who may be confused or overwhelmed about how to get started in Dubsado!!

Dubsado can be so overwhelming and intimidating at the beginning because it can do so much! That is actually something I love about Dubsado, because it can do so much and it can automate so much it forces the user to slow down and define their processes. I feel like so many times especially if we are freelancing it is something that is overlooked or determined as you go.

Slowing down with business is hard to do but I think once you can do that then you can grow that much faster because things are clear cut and there is always a process for the need.

One of the things I absolutely love about Dubsado for those switching or just starting out is that their trial is not time based it is based on the number of clients. You can have 3 clients with the trial no matter how long that would take to accomplish. There are other perks if you sign up but to get an idea of how to work within Dubsado and to even get started it is an awesome way to set things up.

Check out Dubsado today and if you sign up use the code techiemamma. If you need additional help make sure to holler. Also make sure to watch out for additional posts in this multi-part series.

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