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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 15

Transcript ↓ In this episode, Cory Miller and Corey Maass discuss their progress on a project related to image generation and sharing. They explore the use of Open Graph (OG) images, social media platforms, and the importance of consistent branding. They mention the need for a logo and discuss the design concept, leaning towards a…

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 14

In this episode, Cory Miller and Corey Maass discuss implementing an image-generation tool for content marketing. They explore the idea of creating templates for generating images that can be used in blog posts, social media, and other channels. The tool aims to enhance the visual appeal of content, highlight key quotes and summaries, and make sharing easier. They envision a workflow where marketers can quickly generate various image templates based on their content, ultimately improving their posts’ overall presentation and value.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 13

Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. They dive into the world of Open Graph (OG) images for WordPress. Cory and Corey explore the benefits of using OG image templates, providing customization options to meet client demands, and incorporating effective pricing models. Whether you’re a WordPress professional or a business owner, this episode will equip you with the knowledge and strategies to create visually captivating content that captivates audiences and drives engagement.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 12

Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. They discuss the current state of WordPress, its future, and what it means for WordPress professionals. Discover the top takeaways for developers, designers, and business owners in the WordPress ecosystem. Expect to gain insights on navigating the evolving WordPress landscape and staying ahead of the game.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 10

Corey Maass and Cory Miller look to the future of WordPress as they continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. From sharing tips on how to keep your WordPress website safe from hacks and vulnerabilities to insights on how to optimize website performance, improve user experience, and enhance website accessibility, this episode is packed with valuable takeaways.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 9

Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. In this conversation, they share their experiences and challenges in creating the plugin, including the importance of user feedback and testing. They also talk about their decision to make the plugin open-source, the potential benefits of doing so, and the importance of community involvement in the process.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 8

In this episode, Cory Miller and Corey Maass discuss their experiences and insights on launching Crop.Express. They share valuable advice on building a brand, developing a minimum viable product (MVP), getting feedback from the community, and handling challenges along the way.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 7

In this episode, Corey Maass, a freelance web developer, joins Cory Miller to discuss the intricacies of creating an impactful, user-appreciated product that makes a positive impact on customers and stands apart in a saturated industry.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 6

Transcript ↓ Learn from Corey Maass, a master of WordPress plugins and apps, and Cory Miller, a marketing, business, and WordPress experience guru. The two discuss the intimacies of partnering on a product and how solopreneurs can benefit from support. Top Takeaways: 🔗 Mentioned in the show: 🐦 You can follow Post Status and our…

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 5

In this episode, Corey Maass and Cory Miller discuss a range of topics related to the development of their new product Crop.Express,  including the importance of empathy in designing user interfaces, the challenges of marketing and selling products, and the need for developers to collaborate with others and develop non-technical skills. They each share their experiences from working on various projects over the years and offer insights and advice based on these experiences.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 4

Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue laying the groundwork for the launch of their new plugin Crop.Express. They strategize ways to attract customers and agencies and gain full adoption as they integrate changes from user feedback.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 3

Corey Maass and Cory Miller have been working to build a WordPress product live. Their plugin, Crop.Express, has been submitted to the repo. They discuss the outcome of their submission and continue to develop features. In addition, they discuss building brand identity, cultivating awareness, and developing authority as a needed business.

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Daniel S. Pumpkins’ 🎃 Post Status Halloween TechHorror Roundup

It’s our Halloween roundup of ghoul tools, but we’re not going to show you anything scarier than David Bisset‘s dev dad joke tweets. Just Blocks Made of Humans, a totally non-scary image creation AI — as long as you do not install the Performance Loab plugin. Also in our cauldron: hairy, scary Block Styles and the classic so-lean-it’s-skeletal ingredient, Balsamiq. 🦇

Wapuu for you

Wapuu for you

Wapuu is the adorable little yellow WordPress mascot, largely popularized by the Japanese WordPress community. They have a whole page of forkable Wapuus. But to further ease creating new Wapuu variations, Michelle Schulp has shared her “My Wapuu” repository so you can download EPS / Illustrator versions of naked Wapuu and other Wapuu drawings, to…

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