In this episode, Sean explains the fundamentals of selling courses online as you build your learning community and your courses.
Meet Lesley Sim from Newsletter Glue, a plugin that connects your email service provider to WordPress and turns the block editor into a newsletter builder so that you can build and send newsletters directly from WordPress.
Cory and David talk about WordPress’s reputation relative to its performance and a new proposal for a Performance Team for WordPress core.
Meet Post Status member, Eric Karkovack!
In this episode of Post Status Excerpt, Cory comes back freshly tanned from CaboPress to share his experiences and one big takeaway point that everyone can appreciate.
Actually owning your own content is not as easy as broadcasting it on Twitter. While WordPress does democratize publishing, there are many places and countless situations today that don’t or — perhaps worse — can’t take advantage of WordPress.
Meet Shahjahan Jewel! He is the Founder and CEO at WP ManageNinja LLC.
Each week we’ll highlight news from WordPress.org that you don’t want to miss. If you or your company create products or services that use WordPress, we’ve got the news you need to know. Be sure to share this resource with your product and project managers. Core Introducing Twenty Twenty-Two – Twenty Twenty-Two will take advantage […]
Why are so many acquisitions happening in the WordPress space? Why now? What’s the motivation to sell? How does it affect WordPress?
Some highlights and an overview of WCUS 2021 from David Bisset. Catch up on anything you missed and learn how you can get more involved in WordPress.
Member Spotlight: David Smith, Founding Wizard at Gravity Wiz
News from WP.org for the week of September 27, 2021.
Five tips for networking at an online conference from Michelle Frechette and the WordPress community.
In episode #5 of the Get Hired Podcast you’ll learn about networking opportunities like WordCamps, meetups, and WordPress.org teams.
The wording on your job listings can invite applications — or turn good candidates away. An inclusive approach will attract the best people.