Taco joined Yoast back in 2013. In addition to his work there, he’s an amazing WordPress contributor and community member.
Yvette Sonneveld is a full-stack online communications professional with extensive experience in the WordPress ecosphere.
In the Spotlight this week: Talisha Lewallen. She is the CEO and Founder of WPConnects, and the Founder and President of CertifyWP Foundation.
Member Spotlight: Alex Stine has many years of working in WordPress, and although his current job takes him outside of the open source project, he still gives back through sharing about A11y.
In the spotlight: Seth Goldstein has been in the digital marketing and WordPress space for more that 15 years.
Mark-Andrew Nordstrom is skateboarding across the world and through life, building WordPress websites at no charge.
Jack is a one-man WordPress web design and development agencywhose clients include Peter Gabriel, Disney & Real World Records.
Jamie is the founder & lead developer of WC Vendors Marketplace, the first free multivendor marketplace plugin for WordPress and WooCommerce.
Years ago, my friend Josh Strebel gave a talk titled “Cooperation over Competition” and it resonated deeply with me. In fact, some of my first and best friends in WordPress were my “competitors.” (Hey Brian and Jason!) I’m very thankful that connection, cooperation and collaboration is already happening every day here in Slack, through DMs, in public, private channels and beyond. It’s…
Meet Nathan Ingram: the creator of MonsterContracts, battle-tested contracts for WordPress client work.
Post Status has been a haven for kindness and generosity, but it’s thanks to our members, readers, listeners, colleagues, and friends that the work we do together and the fun we have is good, meaningful, and regenerative for our community. On that note, this is my last post in my role as editor at Post Status…
Never waste a good crisis.
Post Status Member Spotlight: Parvez Akther – founder of ThriveDesk and WordCamp enthusiast.
Meet Dominyka Mikšėnaitė, community manager at Hostinger. Le3arn about Hostinger & how Post Status helps her meet people in WordPress.
WordPress agencies are key players in the WordPress ecosystem. They’re working on the frontlines building the Open Web with WordPress for their clients. That’s essential to sustained and vibrant growth for everyone with a stake in WordPress and Open Source. I’ve had some great conversations with our Post Status Agency Owner members in the past few…
If you could ask anyone anything related to your work as an agency — who would it be OR more importantly what would you want to ask?
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