What’s next for the largest page builder on the planet

Can you imagine a world where you set out to create a product that becomes so popular, that — according to today’s guest — it powers 4% of the internet?

Me either.

You might have come across a plugin formerly known as Visual Composer now known as WPBakery Page Builder, but has a new (old?) sister product called Visual Composer Website Builder. Phew.

Who you might not have come across is the product’s creator, Michael Makijenko. Of course, I always knew of the product and the love/hate relationship the WordPress community has had with it’s “finicky” doings for some time. I stumbled upon his AMA on Reddit and was quite surprised how he fielded the entire conversation, a mix of love and hate.

I invited him on to the show to talk about that AMA, how he fields user and community feedback, and what’s next for page building in a Gutenberg-era. I hope you enjoy today’s episode, and as always, don’t forget to subscribe!



One response to “What’s next for the largest page builder on the planet”

  1. Thanks once again for the interview! Had a great time and it so weird to hear own voice. Sorry for the bad sound quality will get a nice pair of headphones for the next interview 🙂

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