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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 17

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Cory Miller
Transcript ↓ Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. In this episode, they discuss designing pricing plans and creating a compelling website homepage for their new product. They delve into the intricacies of…

Emilia Capital Gets Creative with WCEU Sponsorship

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Michelle Frechette
In this episode, Marieke van de Rakt and Joost de Valk from Emilia Capital discuss their investment process with Michelle Frechette. They talk about evaluating potential investments, providing feedback, and the importance of finding a good fit. Their investments in…

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 16

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Cory Miller
Transcript ↓ In this episode, Cory Miller and Corey Maass explore the delicate balance between professionalism and creativity in branding and marketing. They also discuss the importance of incorporating feedback into the product development process, utilizing user testing and testimonials…

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 15

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Cory Miller
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.…

WP Products for the Enterprise with Anil Gupta of Multidots

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Cory Miller
Transcript ↓ In this episode, Cory Miller interviews Anil Gupta, CEO of Multidots, about WordPress in the enterprise space. They discuss the importance of collaboration in WordPress, particularly for enterprises, and how tools like Multi Collab can address content creation…

The WP Agency Journey with Sheryle Gillihan of CauseLabs-Post Status Draft

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Cory Miller
Sheryle Gillihan, CEO of CauseLabs, and Cory Miller delve into her incredible journey from experiencing poverty as a child to becoming a purpose-driven web agency owner. Sheryle's story is both inspiring and empowering. Join us as she shares her insights on sustainable digital stewardship, the evolving role of WordPress in the ever-changing web landscape, and the potential of technology to make a positive impact.

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

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Emilee
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.

Two Tools

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Dan Knauss
Jetpack and WordPress.com can publish to Telegram. The ultimate gitignore for WordPress projects.

WordPress In The Long View With James Farmer— Post Status Draft 129

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Cory Miller
James Farmer’s WordPress story goes all the way back to his launch of the first hosted WordPress multisite blogging platform — just a few days ahead of WordPress.com. Edublogs currently hosts millions of students’ and educators’ blogs. James talks about successes and failures, his views on Gutenberg, how he stays competitive with Squarespace, and how he thinks the WordPress business community should respond to the loss of active install growth data at WordPress.org.

Learning and Pulling Together

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Dan Knauss
This week was all about revisiting and continuing conversations that have special value and maybe for that reason tend to continue on with a life of their own. Tom Willmot dropped a fine Twitter thread about the challenge all enterprise WordPress agencies face. This came in response to Magne Ilsas' featured post here last week, The WordPress Enterprise Paradox. In a similar theme of industry peer cooperation, Eric Karkovack asks if WordPress product owners and developers can see a common interest in "voluntary standards." Could this clean up the plugin market? James Farmer thinks the WordPress business community can do more for itself too — by sharing data. In Post Status Slack we're learning the tricks and trials of ranking in the WordPress.org plugin repository. How about plugin telemetry? Learn from the voices of experience.
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