WordPress support companies are one of the fastest growing business models that I’ve seen in our space in quite some time.
The concept being, for a monthly fee, you get a dedicated WordPress support company that can tackle all of your technical needs — around your WordPress website. Here’s the issue, it’s easy to start a company like this, but it’s not easy to keep it sustainable.
How do you survive as a business owner? That’s what Ryan Sullivan of WP Site Care joins us to talk about on today’s episode.
Everyone loves a good “how to make seven figures in software sales” story, but not every business owner desires to claim that headline.
If there’s one trend throughout season 4, it’s that we don’t need world domination as a driving force to grow our business. Throughout my conversations with guests on the show, and business owners at local WordCamps, there’s a renewed sense of small business ownership in the room. A fundamental shift from flashy TechCrunch growth, to running a manageable and profitable business — with purpose.
Shawn Hesketh is the creator of WP101, an online library and learning resource, for WordPress.
When you don’t want to spend the time training your clients, or answering the pesky support e-mails, you use a service like WP101. Shawn and his team tirelessly script, record, edit, produce, and publish top-notch training materials for the newcomer to the WordPress world.
Sounds like easy money to me.
Remember that line in the Social Network, “A million dollars isn’t cool, you know what’s cool? A billion dollars.”
Well…maybe not for all of us.
Have you ever wondered how WordPress is made?
Today’s guest, Helen Hou-Sandi of 10up, is leading the WordPress 4.7 release and joins us to discuss how the pieces of the puzzle come together. If you’re curious on how features get decided or how it’s all managed, this is a great episode for you.
Debating WordPress Page Builders is like your crazy uncle talking politics at the holiday dinner with the family. But let’s do it anyway?