WooCommerce recently launched the WooCommerce Payment feature — a native solution powered by Stripe. With it, you can control payments directly in the WordPress back end. It adds a new payment tab that lets you view charges, issue refunds, and deal with disputes. You don’t have to connect to your Stripe account or any third-party site. 🛒
Building a WordPress-based product business is a much different process than it used to be. People have to do something different and better than what has come before.
Nick Hamze really wants to see WooCommerce and Shopify place nicely together. His experiment to better integrate them is fascinating, and he makes a compelling case for why they should be friends.
Folks are making a bit of a fuss about a commercial plugin — Bloom, a lead generation and popup plugin — getting forked and released for free. It all started with an Elegant Themes tweet: Looks like @LeadPages took our plugin, replaced our logo in their “fork” and put it up for free on http://wordpress.org 🙁 LeadPages,…
What plugin owner has not felt the pain of an extraordinarily busy support forum? Till is up to (wait for it..) 5-10 minutes a day on support — which he aims to decrease. How? Testing to ensure the highest quality.
I’m really excited to finally announce the Post Status Publish presenters. There are twelve awesome folks (plus me) ready to share their knowledge with you. I have already said that I wanted to make Publish feel like the hallway track, and I think you’ll see that in this format. First off, only one or two…
In this episode, Brian interviews Carrie Dils — a self-employed entrepreneur — about using multiple channels to make a full time living, and giving up client work.