I can’t believe it was nearly a year and a half ago when Dany Maby appeared on the podcast to talk about his charitable cause for supporting wellbeing and mental health in the WordPress space. Today he’s back to discuss how the organization has re-branded itself to Big Organge Heart, as a way to reach…

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WordPress implementers, the webmasters or site builders in our community, were placed back into the spotlight as I read through Mark Uraines post, Care and Influence: A theory about the WordPress community. I’m convinced Tom McFarlins post, WordPress Developers: Clarifying the title, remains the best definition for these two competing roles in our community —…

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I don’t know about you, but I love a good “started from the back of a van and built an empire” story. That’s how Vito Peleg started his agency business many years ago while touring with his band. Today, he’s the founder of WP Feedback, a great tool for supporting WordPress users. Here’s just a…

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The last time Dan was on the show, we talked about staying small, operating without that burning desire to scale to unruly levels. I think now, more than ever, we’re all starting to realize that growth at any cost isn’t for everyone. Small products can become big products, or small products can become many products…

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Working and learning from Sean during his time at Pagely was a real blessing for me. It’s hard to teach an old dog new tricks, but Sean has a way of solving challenges through methods that would never occur to me. His approach to automating and systemizing the pre-sales process was an experience that transcends…

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I’m delighted to interview longtime WordPress podcaster and friend of the show, Jonathan Denwood of WP-Tonic fame. I admire Jonathan’s approach to doing business, that of becoming a story teller (or broadcaster) to hold an engaged audience. There’s no other sorcery or growth hacks involved, just good old fashioned digital boots on the ground. These…

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