The wording on your job listings can invite applications — or turn good candidates away. An inclusive approach will attract the best people.
It’s a question many of us have pondered. Just how much money do these “big” WordPress product companies make? WooThemes, Copyblogger (makers of StudioPress), Gravity Forms, WP Engine, Sucuri, and many more companies are clearly making significant revenues compared to one and two person businesses. But it’s rare you hear a business say specifically just…
The Plugin Economy interviewed Nathan Singh, who at the start of 2018 acquired Envira Gallery and Soliloquy Slider from Thomas Griffin and Syed Balkhi. Nathan, a relative newcomer to the WordPress space and community, goes on to relate his thoughts about marketing and the challenges of having a plugin business with a relatively small team….
In this post about the launch of FooPlugins, Adam Warner does a great job chronicling his experience with Brad Vincent of launching a product at WordCamp. It’s a great read, with very nice advice for others that may be trying to further their businesses by getting involved in WordCamps.
A new hosted platform has arrived called, ChurchPr.es. WP Daily goes into more detail of their setup, but I’m a bit surprised they are calling it hosting. I’d think they’d market themselves as website providers. Either way, surely just one of many to come this year.
What’s the best approach to maintenance — in software, sailing, or anything else? Hope for the best? Stewart Brand takes a famous solo, non-stop, round-the-world sailing race as a parable about maintenance styles that will win, go beyond winning, or drive you mad.