Making a Business Comeback with Nathalie Lussier

The definition of making a comeback is a return to life or vitality. Or to regain a former favorable condition. I have to say many of us listening right now want to return to life or vitality, whether it’s from the last few years and the toll it has taken…

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Filling the Gap

In this episode, Hazel interviews Michelle on why she created WP Speakers, what gap she thought needed to be filled, what permissions she sought, and how long it took to create.

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WordPressing with Abandon(ware)

In this episode of WPwatercooler, we’ll be joined by Robert Rowley, a Security Expert, to discuss a critical aspect of building sites with WordPress — plugins. Specifically, we’ll delve into the topic of abandoned plugins and the risks that they can pose to website security.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public

Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. They discuss the current state of WordPress, its future, and what it means for WordPress professionals. Discover the top takeaways for developers, designers, and business owners in the WordPress ecosystem. Expect to gain insights on navigating the evolving WordPress landscape and […]

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Designing in the browser is for amateurs – Thinking the unthinkable (TTUT)

Show we be using browser based tools for our WordPress website work, or are specific apps made for the desktop a more reliable, solid bet?

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Using WordPress as a Lead Generation Tool With Spencer Forman

Show Summary Rob Cairns talks to Spencer Forman about using WordPress as a lead generation tool. Show Highlights: Why WordPress. Why you do not want to only use rented land for lead generation. The benefits of WordPress. The WordPress community. Show Notes Hi Rob Cairns here. And

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Word Around the Campfire April

In this episode of Press This, Sam Brockway and Mike Davey join host Doc Pop to talk about WordPress news from around the community.

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Ahmed Kabir Chaion on How to Find Your Place in WordPress Even if You Don’t Code

On the podcast today we have Ahmed Kabir Chaion. As you’ll hear in the podcast, Ahmed has a genuine love of the WordPress community. He’s been an organiser at multiple WordPress events, including WordCamp Asia, the WordPress Accessibility Day, WordFest Live, WordCamp Santa Clarita, and the WordPress Translation Day. As if that were not enough, […]

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The future of Beaver Builder and WordPress page building

Robby McCullough of Beaver Builder joins the podcast to chat about the future of page building in WordPress and at his company. Robby and his team have just celebrated 9 years running the Beaver Builder plugin, changing the page building landscape as WordPress users know it. He’s excited to press…

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TC Cazy Joins the Do the Woo Hosting Team

We welcome TC to our Do the Woo family of hosts. And are excited with what he will bring to the team. Learn more about TC in today’s show.

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WordPress, Object Cache & Redis; a Deep Dive with Till Krüss

Get ready for an exciting podcast with Till Krüss, the WordPress Cache wizard! 🧙‍♂️ Watch as Till becomes the go-to person in his Indonesian town, sought after by big companies for website development. Witness his involvement in core WordPress development, working on projects like MP6, and embracing the dynamic nature of the platform. Till created […]

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Paid Memberships Pro Accessibility Audit with Alex Stine and Amber Hinds

Recording of a WordPress Accessibility Meetup. Accessibility Audit of the popular WordPress plugin, Paid Memberships Pro.

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Discussing the WordPress Media Landscape with Matt Medeiros

Matt and Remkus delve into the challenges and dynamics of being a content creator in the WordPress community. Matt shares his personal experiences and insights regarding sustaining a business in this field. He discusses the significance of personal branding, expanding one’s reach to a larger audience, and the impact of changes within the WordPress ecosystem. […]

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 11

From practicing mindfulness to the evolution of WordPress, Corey Maass and Cory Miller cover a wide variety of topics in this episode as they continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express.

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Privacy, Cookie Banners, GDPR with Donata and Hans Skillrud

In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with Donata and Hans Skillrud of Termageddon on GDPR, privacy policies, cookie pop ups, and the various legal and ethical reasons to implement them properly.

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BobWP Talks About WPSpeakers.com on the Friday Show

Recently Michelle Freschette launched WPSpeakers.com. A site where you can list yourself as a speaker or find someone of your event.

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Opportunities & Ecommerce

In today’s episode of cynic versus fanboy, (uh, I mean Crossword ) Luke and Jonathan discuss the gap between WooCommerce and Shopify plus the opportunities in the ecosystem. 10 Across: Open this on GitHub

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Talking With Valet’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.

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Having a career in tech and WordPress with Fränk Klein

Fränk is all about acquiring new skills. Learning new things so that you can make yourself indispensable to the organisation that you work for.

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Using WordPress as a Lead Generation Tool With Spencer Forman

Show Summary Rob Cairns talks to Spencer Forman about using WordPress as a lead generation tool. Show Highlights: Why WordPress. Why you do not want to only use rented land for lead generation. The benefits of WordPress. The WordPress community. Show Notes Hi Rob Cairns here. And

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A Chat With Iolanda Sequino

Topher and Iolanda got some time at WordCamp Italy in Milan to chat about her experiences in WordPress.

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WooExpress launches, Yoast leadership change, WordPress certifications

Managed WooCommerce hosting is a growing segment within the WordPress ecosystem. And it has a new entrant: WooCommerce. The Automattic-owned eCommerce provider recently launched WooExpress. The service is hosted by WordPress.com. It aims to be a one-stop shop for building and maintaining an online store. Packages start at $40 per…

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Ryan Welcher on Using the create-block Tool to Quickly Scaffold a New Block Plugin

On the podcast today we have Ryan Welcher. He’s a developer advocate sponsored by Automattic. He has been developing with WordPress since 2009 and before becoming a developer advocate, worked…

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CloudFest, WordPress Day and a Hackathon with Carole Olinger

In today’s show we are talking about larger conferences and stepping out of the bubble. Robbie chats with co-host Robert and guest Carole Olinger, from Yoast, about this years CloudFest. Whether you listen for WordPress insights, or WooCommerce insights this one will hit home either way. Carole, Culture & Recruitment Strategist at Yoast and a […]

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When Agencies Should Hire Other Agencies

Doc Pop: You’re listening to Press This, a WordPress Community Podcast on WMR. Each week we spotlight members of the WordPress community. I’m your host, Doc Pop. I support the WordPress community through my role at WP Engine, and my contributions over on TorqueMag.Io where I get to do podcasts and draw cartoons and tutorial […]

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Securing Open-Source Forks

Forking is a fundamental part of open-source software – it offers anyone the opportunity to lead an existing project in a new direction. But forking also means that the owners of the new fork are taking over the responsibility for the security of their new project.

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A Bill of Rights for the Open Web

Join WordPress Executive Director Josepha Haden Chomphosy in the 54th episode of the WordPress Briefing as she explores the concept of the four freedoms of open source and likens it to today’…

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The Project Post Mortem Meeting

This week I talk about the Project Post Mortem Meeting Upcoming Events No WordCamps Atarim to Host 4th Annual Virtual Web Agency Summit April 25-28 Segment 1: In the News WCEU 2023 Announces Free Childcare and Workshop for Kids CertifyWP Releases Phase One of Their WordPress Credential WordPress 6.3 Planning Proposal & Call for Volunteers […]

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Are You Making These Mistakes with Your Membership?

While there have been big leaps in membership software in the last 5 years, membership sites are still some of the hardest to create and run properly. That’s why I brought in Melodie Moore. She’s been building, maintaining, and scaling 7 & 8-figure membership sites for the past 10 years. Her team kills shiny object […]

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WordPress 6.2, Gutenberg 15.4 and 15.5, Phase 3 – Collaboration and a new Interactivity API

Leonardus Nugraha and Birgit Pauli-Haack discuss WordPress 6.2, Gutenberg Releases 15.4 and 15.5, Phase 3 of the Gutenberg Project and a new Proposal on Interactivity API.

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Guildenberg

Luke and Jonathan talk about Guildenberg, why Luke doesn’t love the name, WordCamp Asia, and the downside of hosts buying WordPress plugins. 

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Do the Woo Friday Show with Vito Peleg and BobWP

In this Friday show we talk about community burnout, the size of larger WordCamps and charging enough for your website builds.

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EP452 – Doom or Boom: AI in WordPress

This week on WPwatercooler, join your hosts Jason Tucker, Sé Reed, and Jason Cosper for a captivating conversation exploring the dynamic world of AI in the realm of WordPress.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 10

Corey Maass and Cory Miller look to the future of WordPress as they continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. From sharing tips on how to keep your WordPress website safe from hacks and vulnerabilities to insights on how to optimize website performance, improve user experience, and enhance website accessibility, this episode is […]

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Jesse Friedman on raising the WP hosting standard across the industry with WP.cloud

In this episode, Jesse Friedman, Head of WP Cloud, joins Cory Miller to provide valuable insights and strategies for improving infrastructure and service to deliver superior hosting. They also highlight how managed hosting can help businesses focus on their core operations while leaving the technical aspects to the experts.

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Creating Safe Spaces

A safe space can be a Slack group, an event, or even a person. In this episode, Allie and Michelle discuss the importance of safe spaces.

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If you use more than 10 plugins on a site, you are a cad and a scoundrel!

Is there a ‘correct’ number of plugins that you should not stray above? What are the motivations to use loads of plugins? Have a listen to the podcast as we chat this through.

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From Database Developer to Tax Compliance Product Manager

Listen in as Prashant from Avalara chats about his journey to WooCommerce and his insights into shop and agency tax compliance.

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WooCommerce increasing prices, $162k acquisition, BuddyPress is back!

The uncertainty surrounding social media providers like Twitter has sparked interest in alternatives. Mastodon and other Fediverse networks have received a look. But longtime WordPress users may recall a self-hosted option: BuddyPress. The venerable plugin can turn any WordPress website into a social hub. It still boasts over 100,000 active…

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#72 – Steve Bruner and Timothy Jacobs on Using Gutenberg Outside of WordPress

On the podcast today we have Steve Bruner and Timothy Jacobs. They’ve both been very busy in the WordPress space, and what brings them together is that they’re both founders of a SaaS app cal…

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Podcasting with Adam Silver

Rob Cairns talks to Adam Silver about podcasting.Show Highlights: Why Podcasting? Benefits of Podcasting. Some suggestions on how to setup your Podcast.

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“Cute Puffins” – This Week in WordPress #248

Another week, and we’re bringing you the latest WordPress news from the last seven days, including… Yoast SEO drops a new update and encourages people to upgrade their PHP version. TeamWP wants to measure employee engagement and have a survey they’d like you to fill in. Kadence WP’s take on WordPress 6.2. WordPress Gears Up […]

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A Journey to Improve the WooCommerce Onboarding with Vikas Singhal

Vikas joins Jonathan to chat about his WordPress journey and how it led to building InstaWP.

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Accelerating WordPress w/ Jonathan Wold

This week on WPwatercooler Sé Reed and Jason Cosper will be talking with Jonathan Wold about some of the economic and development problems facing plugin-based

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How to Counter Arguments from Developers and Designers with Anne-Mieke Bovelett

Recording of a WordPress Accessibility Meetup. Anne-Mieke shares strategies to inspire developers and designers to deliver on accessibility.

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Tips on how to to debug your WordPress code

On today’s episode, Aurooba manufactures a little bug in her code and then Brian helps debug what’s going on. As they debug the code, they discuss the high level approach to debugging, some helpful WordPress tools to make finding problems easier, and discuss the role coding standards can have in helping you debug better.

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Interview with Emily Hunkler

This week I interview Emily Hunkler Upcoming Events WordCamp Paris – 21 April, 2023 WordCamp Sofia Bulgaria – 22 April–23 April, 2023 Segment 1: In the News Yoast SEO 20.5 Drops Support for PHP 5.6, 7.0, and 7.1 WordPress Gears Up for 2nd Women and Nonbinary Release Squad Segment 2: Interview with Emily Hunkler Emily’s […]

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Another Step Forward for Inclusion and Diversity

Do you remember what made WordPress 5.6 so historic? It was the first version of the software produced by an all-woman and non-binary release squad. And it looks like history is about to repeat itself. WordPress 6.4 will once again feature an all-women and non-binary squad. Project Executive Director Josepha…

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Why Is It Important to Pay Event Speakers?

For years, WordCamps have been run by volunteers, and all the content has been produced by volunteer speakers. Lately, there have been more and more conversations around compensating speakers for their time and expertise. In this episode, Allie and Devin break down the details of what paying event speakers could look like.

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Why accessibility is so important and how you can do better with Nic Steenhout

Accessibility is a topic which is getting much more attention these days, and rightly so. Nic Steenhout is an expert in this area and he’s here to go through some things that need your attention right now.

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Woo Express from WooCommerce Brings a New Level to All Hosting

The new hosting option Woo Express brings a lot to the ecosystem for users, builders and other hosting companies.

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A Chat With Maja Benke

Topher and Maja got some time to sit at an outdoor cafe in Barcelona Spain and talk about how she got into WordPress.

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This Week in WordPress & SaaS Round Table Show

#755 WP-Tonic This Week in WordPress & SaaS Round Table Show:We cover the best WordPress and tech news of the month with our regular panel and guests. This Months Special Guest PanelistsJason Cohenhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jasoncohen/ Regular Monthly PanelHeather Wilde Renzehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/heatherwilde/Chris Badgetthttps://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-badgett-57486325/Spencer Formanhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/spencerforman/Kurt von Ahnenhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kurtvonahnen/ ————————————————- The Panel ————————————————- #1 – A response to ‘open letters’ about plugin review delays.https://masterwp.com/a-response-to-open-letters-about-plugin-review-delays/Robert Rowley of […]

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Learning Out Loud with Aurooba Ahmed & Brian Coords

Aurooba Ahmed and Brian Coords are back to talk to Cory and Phil about their new podcast, viewSource—well, new as of January 2023. We talk about why they started it, who it’s for, and why we keep putting ourselves out there. Links (03:02) viewSource.fm: https://viewsource.fm (29:00) thedaily5.xyz: https://thedaily5.xyz/ (35:07) WPEngine DE{CODE} 2023: https://events.wpengine.com/event/b1c1e30f-2c73-4abb-a609-52afaed68717/ (44:58) 2015 […]

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Nathan Ingram on How To Manage Contracts With Your WordPress Clients

Nathan is the host at iThemes Training where he teaches WordPress and business development topics via live webinar. Based in Birmingham, Alabama, he has been working with clients to build websites since 1995. He’s also the creator of MonsterContracts, which helps WordPress professionals create contracts for their client work.

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Small Business Tools

Your small business stack can inclued all the tools, resources and websites you use on a regular basis to make your business run smoothly. When you’re starting out, you want to look for free or low-cost tools. Allie and Michelle provide their suggestions and recommendations for building out your stack!

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The One Serious Vulnerability Open-Source Doesn’t Have to Worry About

Source code leaks are a serious security risk. Read how open-source takes that risk, and turns it into a benefit.

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Using WooCommerce Subscriptions at Scale with Devin Price

When a site generates 10k orders each hour, and you have 8 million products going out, most of them on subscription, you need to know how to scale.

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Networking, Service and Karma

In this episode Kathy and Michelle talk about how powerful helping others can be, not only for the people we help, but for ourselves as that good karma comes back to us magnified.

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Nyasha Greene and Kathy Darling: Building WordPress Blocks

Nyasha Greene and Kathy Darling have a conversation on what they are building lately, and the experiences they have had with blocks.

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Accessibility is More Important than SEO

In this episode, our hosts, along with two very special guests, talk about the ways in which accessibility and SEO intersect, and what our rapidly evolving online world has in store for us in the next few years.

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Phase 3 of the WordPress Enigmatic Gutenverse

Join us for an exciting episode of WPwatercooler, where Jason Tucker, Sé Reed, Jason Cosper, and special guest Lesley Sim dive into the highly anticipated WordPress Phase 3: Collaboration. Building upon the success of previous phases which introduced block editing and extended it across entire websites, Phase 3 aims to revolutionize the way creators and […]

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Supper Club × Fabian Kägy – Modern WordPress – Blocks, Page builders, Headless, Custom Fields

In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with Fabian Kägy about modern WordPress development, including what the local dev experience is like, changes to the block editor, how version control is handled, and more!

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What are the main checklist for creating a WordPress site?

Like everytime I asked to experts to know about their checklist for creating a WordPress Website, so I get a few replies. Building a WordPress site can be an exciting project, but it’s important to have a plan in place before you get started. Here’s a checklist of important tasks to consider when building a […]

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 8

In this episode, Cory Miller and Corey Maass discuss their experiences and insights on launching Crop.Express. They share valuable advice on building a brand, developing a minimum viable product (MVP), getting feedback from the community, and handling challenges along the way.

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Website clients are impossible!

Are our WordPress website clients a delight to deal with? Not always would be the most common answer, I think! But why is this, and what can we do to make relations better?

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Beta label removed, Assistant Pro, more acquisitions

After a time formatting bug caused a 24-hour delay, WordPress 6.2, code-named “Dolphy”, was released on March 29th. According to core contributor Jean-Baptiste Audras, 607 people from at least 50 countries were part of the release squad. Perhaps the biggest development in 6.2 is that the “beta” label has been…

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Steve Persch and Brian Perry on How Hosting Is Changing

On the podcast today we have Steve Persch and Brian Perry. They’re both employed at Pantheon, an enterprise website operations platform, and they’re here to talk about the evolution of website host…

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Toxic clients & mental health

Ever felt swamped, stressed, or on edge due to tough clients? In this honest and unplanned episode, our host Lee gets real about how his mental health has been impacted by tricky client relationships. Tune in to hear his personal story, insights, and advice on dealing with toxic clients and

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Developer Chat on Building WordPress Blocks

Nyasha Greene and Kathy Darling have a conversation on what they are building lately, and the experiences they have had with blocks.

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“You gotta take those moon shots”. This Week in WordPress #247

The WordPress news from the last week which commenced Monday 27th March 2023.

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Non WordPress LMS Review #2: Teachable

This week I check out another non WP LMS: Teachable Upcoming Events No WordCamps Segment 1: In the News WP 6.2 “Dolphy” iThemes to rebrands as SolidWP Yoast SEO 20.4.. Segment 2: Non WP LMS Alternative #2: Teachable Segment 3: Tip/Tool of the Week Tip: Article by Laura Roeder: Exactly How I Cold Emailed My […]

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Coming into WordPress: I Found My People

After reflecting on WordCamp Phoenix and their experience repping Kadence as a sponsor together, Kathy asks Michelle how she’s so good at making everyone in the WordPress space feel like they belong. Michelle shares her experience coming into WordPress as a new community member. We talk about the importance of community and welcoming everyone as […]

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How Kadence Helped Shelley Marmor Grow Her Brand Through Blogging

Through serendipity, we stumbled upon a podcast with one of our community members, Shelley Marmor, who runs some very successful travel blogs and teaches others to do the same. Shelley switched her blog’s theme to Kadence and began finding greater success online. Through both affiliate marketing and a successful advertising network, Shelley’s business focuses solely […]

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Understanding Security Bug Severity

Welcome to the Patchstack Weekly Security Update, Episode 64! This update is for week 13 of 2023. This week’s news is about understanding security bug severity, and how not all security bugs are equal. Some can wait for a patch, but others may need immediate attention. You can save yourself a lot of headaches when […]

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 7

In this episode, Corey Maass, a freelance web developer, joins Cory Miller to discuss the intricacies of creating an impactful, user-appreciated product that makes a positive impact on customers and stands apart in a saturated industry.

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The Challenges of Diversity in AI

In this episode Allie and Michelle discuss AI imagery and writing. Diversity is often a huge concern with this content since rarely are these things coded without biases of some kind.

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WP Vulnerability, the API / project for WordPress Vulnerabilities

Interview with Javier Casares and Nathan Wrigley. Today, it’s all about WordPress security and what you can do with the WP Vulnerability API / project.

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Joost De Valk on What’s Happening After Yoast

On the podcast today we have Joost De Valk. If you’ve been in the WordPress space for any length of time, it’s likely that you’ve come across the Yoast SEO plugin. This was the brainchild of the gu…

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WordPress & SaaS: Jason Cohen, Founder of WP-Engine

#753 WP-Tonic This Week in WordPress & SaaS: With Special Guest Jason Cohen The Founder of WP-EngineJason is the founder of unicorn WP Engine (200,000 customers, 1200 employees). Previously founder of bootstrapped Smart Bear (sold 2008; re-sold in 2021 at ~$2B) and ITWatchDogs (sold 2004). Original mentor and angel investor with Austin-based Capital Factory since […]

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Block Editor vs. Page Builder

When the WordPress block editor was introduced, it raised questions about how and if page builders would still be used to build sites. In this episode, Devin and Aurooba chat about their feelings about the two options.

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WordCamp Phoenix: Being Intentional with Your Actions

In this episode, Kathy and Michelle are together at WordCamp Phoenix where they were both speakers and representing Kadence as sponsors.

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Insights, Tips and Legalities on Accessibility

Bet Hannon, from AccessiCart joins us for a conversation around web design, WooCommerce and the legalities of accessibility.

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Post Status Live – The Right Approach to WordPress Accessibility

If you’re a leader, a developer, or a designer about to start a major website project, this webinar will help you navigate the important topic of accessibility. Cory Miller is joined by the team at Modern Tribe – Chris Kindred, Director of Backend Development, Sarah Gless, Creative Director, and Mike Klanac, Director of Business Development, […]

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Your Website Makes Me Want to Puke, Pentire Margarita

We talk about the trend towards having lots of animation and movement on websites and the adverse impact it’s having on accessibility.

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Workflows and Phase Three Visioning with Special Guest Héctor Prieto

On this week’s episode, special guest Héctor Prieto joins Josepha in a discussion about phase three and why it’s more than collaborative editing.

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What’s a good break?

A daily 5 minute podcast looking inwards. Topics are usually around productivity, tech, entrepreneurship, motivation, work/life balance, etc.

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Revisiting “The Ideal Bootstrapped Business” with Jason Cohen

Jason Cohen’s talk “Designing the Ideal Bootstrapped Business” from 2013 is legendary for all bootstrappers, and for good reason. In this episode, Adam and Ben are joined by the talk’s author to review the lessons taught almost a decade ago and see if they still hold up.

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Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 6

Transcript ↓ Learn from Corey Maass, a master of WordPress plugins and apps, and Cory Miller, a marketing, business, and WordPress experience guru. The

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Do we even need WordPress?

This seems a little odd, ‘Do we even need WordPress’, given that we’re a WordPress podcast. But, there’s actually quite a lot to be said here.

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What’s the problem with Awesome Motive?

My day job is at Gravity Forms which directly competes with Awesome Motive products. I have covered WordPress, independently, for over a decade. Recent Awesome Motive criticism has compelled me to write this post. The following words do not represent my current employer, nor have they asked me to publish…

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A Chat With Lesley Sim

Topher and Nyasha had a chance to talk to Lesley Sim from Singapore. We had a great conversation about starting a company and free diving.

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How To Spot Potentially Abandoned Plugins in Your WordPress Site

Abandoned plugins with security bugs in them are a silent risk for WordPress site owners – but there’s an easy way to spot this potential risk.

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Cloudfest WordPress hackathon, changes at Yoast, and “thanks” to the plugin team

CloudFest has been taking place in Europa-Park, Germany this week – and WordPress is well-represented. Over at WP Tavern, Sarah Gooding reports that a Hackathon event has led to some innovative WordPress projects. For instance, there’s an in-browser development environment that uses the VS Code editor and allows developers to…

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Multi-tenant WooCommerce Sites

Wijnand van Leeuwen from WPCS.io joins Carl and Zach for a Woo DevChat about Multi-tenant sites, performance, hosting and more.

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