Pee Aye Creative Newsletter Year In Review 2018

Pee-Aye Creative 2018 Year In Review & Exciting News and Plans

Nelson Miller Pee Aye Creative
Join us as we reflect and plan for the new year and share some special news!
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Nelson Lee Miller (aka The Divi Teacher)

Nelson is the owner of Pee-Aye Creative in the beautiful state of Pennsylvania. He loves helping small businesses, exploring outdoors, building websites with Divi, and teaching others.

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  1. Brian White

    Hi Nelson. Congratulations on your business success in 2018, and the baby on the way too!

    I’m interested in your Divi white label design service. With all the success you’re having growing your client base and offering so many services, and soon to be extra busy as new parents, I assume you need to hire other designers to help out. Is that the case?

    If so, how do you manage and oversee the work they’re doing for you and your white label design clients? If I used your white label design service, but it’s not you actually doing the work, can I feel as confident in the end result I’d be receiving, both in terms of the design and the Divi set up and any additional CSS if necessary?

    Thanks for your reply, and best of luck in 2019.

    • Nelson Lee Miller (aka The Divi Teacher)

      Hi Brian,
      Thanks for commenting and for the well wishes!

      To answer your question, we do not outsource anything. I do most of the work, and my wife helps out in various areas. I believe in the future if/when we grow, we would hire and train team members and manage them rather than have a lot of random freelancers. Since that is future speculation, I can’t say for sure except that I would hope the quality would be maintained whether I do the work or oversee others because ultimately it would be my stamp of approval before it goes out the door. If we grow and have a team in a few years I would want them to be close enough to be able to put their faces and bios on the website with ours. Until then, all white label design work will be handled directly with me.

      I hope that helps. Let me know if you want to discuss this more.


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