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The WP Agency Journey with Bet Hannon of AccessiCart-Post Status Draft

Bet Hannon, CEO of AccessiCart, talks with Cory Miller about her journey in starting an agency focused on accessibility and e-commerce in the WordPress space. She highlights the importance of accessibility, not only as a legal requirement but also as a means to enhance the user experience for all visitors. Bet emphasizes the need for WordPress professionals to continually educate themselves about accessibility and user experience best practices, collaborate with communities, and consider the diverse needs of users with disabilities. By prioritizing accessibility and optimizing user experiences, we can create inclusive websites that benefit all users.

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WordPress Products in the Enterprise with Crowd Favorite-Post Status Draft

In this episode, Cory Miller talks with Karim Marucchi, Pat Ramsey, and Alex Nitu of Crowd Favorite. They share their insights on scaling WordPress for the enterprise. Their discussion includes the challenges of managing large WordPress sites, tips for optimizing site performance and security, and advice for hiring and managing a WordPress development team.

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Talking With Valetโ€™s Ceo Kimberly Lipari About The Changing Value Of Websites To Organizations-Post Status Draft

In this episode, Kimberly Lipari and Cory Miller discuss the ups and downs of building and selling WordPress companies. They share their experiences, including the challenges they faced and lessons learned. They also give advice to entrepreneurs and business owners looking to grow and sell their own WordPress companies.

WordCamp US San Diego 2022 Experiences โ€” Post Status Draft 124
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WordCamp US San Diego 2022 Experiences โ€” Post Status Draft 124

Cory and Michelle talk about their takeaways from WordCamp US. Highlights: The Post Status Huddle ahead of the conference. Areas to improve: Michelle explains her experience with some accessibility challenges. What everyone agrees on: we love getting together as a community!

Building and Sustaining the WordPress Community Through Mentorship โ€” Post Status Draft 123
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Building and Sustaining the WordPress Community Through Mentorship โ€” Post Status Draft 123

For Nyasha Green, a healthy tech community prioritizes mentoring. She credits her mentors with helping her find her place in WordPress. How well does your part of the WordPress ecosystem support mentorship? Can we make mentoring a key way people contribute to WordPress’s future?

“We’re not a small village anymore.” A Conversation with Kim Lipariย โ€” Post Status Draft 121
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“We’re not a small village anymore.” A Conversation with Kim Lipariย โ€” Post Status Draft 121

WordPress as an economy or ecosystem is big, but the community and culture at its heart still feel small. Have we taken the time to really absorb the change that’s come over the past decade? What questions should we be asking about what got us here and where we’re going or want to go?

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