I love getting new perspectives on our “little” WordPress business world we live in.Continue Reading
It’s undeniable that agency owners and consultants have started to look at alternative WordPress CMS software solutions over the last two years. From talking to people here on the podcast to seeing consultants change business offerings after years in business, I can’t help but feel it’s healthy to know your options.Continue Reading
I normally ignore cold outreach requests to be on my show.
I’ve written about being a great podcast guest, recorded a video about it, and ranted on the topic before. Coincidently, here was Jeff Large reaching out to be on my show right around the time I published the rant video. Boy was he in for a surprise!
I have a love/hate relationship with creating content for YouTube.
Creating a video, even a talking head video, can be super time-consuming. As a perfectionist who sucks at creativity, it’s one of those things where uploading a video can be awful satisfying or just plain awful. On top of that, YouTube viewers are always hungry for more content which makes getting a video out even once a week, a challenging task.
No pain, no gain, right?
Matt Medeiros continues Season 8 with the roundtable format asking the question is there change in the WordPress ecosystem? John Turner and Phil Derksen are the special guests that share what significant changes they have made in their careers and what they see in the WordPress ecosystem.
In this episode, Matt Medeiros is winding down Season 7 by interviewing Kim Doyal, who is “formally” known as the WordPress Chick. Kim has been obsessed with content since closing out all the service work in her previous business. She is presenting the Content Creator Summit the first full week of March and has a closed Content Creators Facebook group that people have been quickly joining. She and Matt discuss the move to SaaS and how that was a “happy accident” that allows her personality to show in her new business endeavor.