WordCamp Riverside Coming Through in the Clutch

WordCamp Riverside and Clutch

In November of 2017, we attended the very first WordCamp Riverside. At the camp we had the opportunity to see Mikel Bruce’s talk on attracting and closing good deals. It was a great talk full of valuable ideas. One of which was a lead service called Clutch.

We were happy to support the Riverside WordPress Community by attending the event. Learning about a potential new source for leads really brought value to the camp for us.

What is Clutch?

Clutch is a ratings and reviews platform for service providers in the IT, web and app development, and digital design industries. Thousands of companies are included in Clutch’s research, all hailing from different locations and countries throughout the globe.

It takes some effort to be featured on the site. Companies who want to excel on the platform must prove they have the qualities they are claiming. In addition, you have to deliver on those results for clients.

Our expertise in web development is determined by the services we offer at Pixel Jar, the list of established client relationships we’ve created, and examples of projects we’ve delivered for our partners.

How it works

Our score on Clutch is also attributed to the reviews our clients have provided for Pixel Jar. Clutch does things a bit differently than other reviews platforms. They actively call and speak with our clients firsthand to gather their opinions on what it’s like working with our team.

It’s an exciting opportunity for us to be included in Clutch’s research because it allows us to see where we rank compared to other firms similar to ours. Also, we’ve been able to hear directly from our clients about their opinions working with us from a verified, unbiased source.

To read our full reviews and see where we stand, visit our Clutch profile.

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