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Tom McFarlin: How to make a living and find success using WordPress

Some of us love what we do and some of us do not.

Tom McFarlin joined me to talk about building his WordPress freelance career. He’s a partner at 8bit and co-creator of  The Standard Theme. He works with a wide range of clients and considers himself successful in doing so.

It’s not because of the money he makes – but that he loves what he does.

I was delighted to have Tom on and share his experiences with us. Let’s sit back and watch this amazing interview!

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Launching a SaaS product using WordPress with Brian Casel

Making money while you sleep is awesome. Making money while you sleep using WordPress is even better.

Meet Brian Casel of CasJam Media.

In episode #3 of The Matt Report, Brian and I discuss the life of a freelancer transitioning into a solo entrepreneur with a software as a service product. Brian built his product Restaurant Engine on WordPress. It’s a place for small business eateries to come and start an affordable website.

Continue to the interview to get all the great details of his journey.

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How to become a better freelancer and find the right clients with WordPress developer Curtis McHale.

I had the chance to interview one of my favorite WordPress personas on Twitter Curtis McHale.

I’ve been following Curtis for a while and just love the type of content he puts out. If you make a career out of using WordPress or a Freelancer in general you should read his blog and follow him on Twitter.

If you want to learn how to scale from the small $500 sites, raise your rates, and fire your bad clients — continue on to watch the interview!

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Web Designer’s Guide to WordPress: How this developer became a noted WordPress author.

Watch this interview to learn how Jesse Friedman went from newbie WordPress developer to noted WordPress author of The Web Designers Guide to WordPress (aff. link) in just 5 years.

Also, we talk about doing WordPress the right way, the WordPress community, and how you can get involved and accelerate your career.

Stick around to the end and learn how you can win a WP Engine hosting account FREE for the rest of your life.

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