Building, Supporting, and Selling a Winning Product — With or Without WordPress.org • Are Active Install Counts Relevant to Your Business’s Success? (Even if they are accurate? And they haven’t been.) • Let’s Fix What’s Broken (The Plugin Repo) Not What Isn’t (The Freemium Model) • Follow Leaders, Adopt Standards • Tools and expertise from rtCamp • Some great and “doable” ideas for the future of plugin business metrics on the .org repo. Could some of them help put an end to intrusive and manipulative dark patterns in the WordPress Admin dashboard and notifications?
I’ve been collecting rtCamp news for a while — they have a great monthly newsletter — and here are some of the highlights worth sharing broadly.
Gravity Forms 7.1 Beta 1 • the SpinupWP community • Dollie 2.0 • rtCamp’s Easy Engine now with full custom Docker-Compose support • Metorik • Iconic • Do the Woo • Simple Ajax Chat Pro
Rahul Bansal is the Founder and CEO of rtCamp — an enterprise WordPress VIP agency based in India and the USA.
Joel Abreo has a great compilation of advice from rtCamp for people who are at the start of their careers. One area of note is one’s involvement with WordPress: “…the code that you’ve shipped matters, but what matters more is a demonstrable ability to think through and solve a real-world problem using WordPress.”
Rahul Bansal and Joel Abreo of rtCamp share lessons from their fully-office to fully-remote transition. 👨💻 “The bedrock of remote work is mutual trust…. along with async communication.” If you are a business owner or agency going through a similar transition, you’ll want to read this.
This is cool news: WordPress VIP has announced that India’s rtCamp is the newest member of the WordPress.com VIP Featured Partner Program. (It’s also worth noting there’s been a good bit of shakeup to that program in the last year, in case you haven’t looked at it in a while.) What makes this announcement particularly…
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