In this episode, the two Brians discuss the current conversations and controversy surrounding data collection and visitor privacy on the web.
In this episode, Brian and Brian discuss a variety of news topics spanning design, development, and business.
In this episode, the dynamic Brian duo discuss the highly-anticipated return of WordSesh, the different ways in which we all learn the same, and some of the problems we face in skill building.
This week the Brians put their brains together and discuss content distribution across various mediums and platforms as well as subscriptions for both digital and physical products.
In this episode, Brian and Brian discuss the power of network effects and how they relate to WordPress’ increasing market share and maturity.
This week BK and BR discuss a number of different aspects surrounding marketing and selling WordPress products and services.
In this episode, the Brians chat about the steady change that has played out in the WordPress ecosystem throughout the past decade and speculate about what is still to come.
In this episode, Lisa Sabin-Wilson shares about the entangled history of WebDevStudios and eWebscapes and how she and team are targeting every level of the market.
In this episode, Brian and Brian continue their discussion on WordPress market opportunities with a focus on the upper-market and enterprise clients.
Liquid Web has announced the acquisition of iThemes in an all cash deal that includes the entire iThemes team moving over to Liquid Web as an independent unit, and iThemes products will be included in various Liquid Web offerings.
In this episode, Brian and Brian discuss market segmentation across the WordPress ecosystem.
In this episode, Brian and Brian discuss self-hosted vs managed ecommerce and whether or not conferences have outlived their usefulness.
In this episode, Brian Krogsgard chats with Brian Richards, creator of WPSessions and new co-host of the Draft podcast.
Matt Mullenweg just completed the 2017 State of the Word, which highlights the accomplishments of the past year, and sets the direction for the year ahead for WordPress.
WordPress 4.9 introduces an all new ability to draft, save, and schedule customizer changes, as well as widget improvements, added code editor safety, and more.
In this episode, I talk to Matt Mullenweg — co-founder of WordPress and the CEO of Automattic — about what’s happening in the world of WordPress, and his role in it all.
Building a WordPress-based product business is a much different process than it used to be. People have to do something different and better than what has come before.