August 3, 2016 — I’ve been blogging about WordPress for six years. Today, I run my own business centered around my blog about WordPress.
I’ve learned a lot starting my own business and running a membership website with WordPress. In a little over a year, I’ve built a community with around 700 paying members and 12 corporate partners, making my full-time income using WordPress.
In this talk, I’ll talk about how I did it, lessons I’ve learned so far running a membership website, and tips for doing eCommerce with WordPress. I’ll also give you advice on blogging with authority for your niche.
June 29, 2016 — Meet the leaders of some of the leading WordPress-centric consulting agencies worldwide, as they are interviewed by Brian Krogsgard on what it takes to cultivate a happy team, with discussion topics ranging from remote work, salary, management feedback, and personal growth.
June 25, 2016 — Direct from the stage of WordCamp Europe 2016, enjoy this interview and Q&A session with WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg
December 13, 2015 — As the editor of a WordPress news website geared toward industry professionals, I spend most of my days analyzing WordPress products and services. I see hundreds of launches every year, and get pitched to cover new offerings constantly. I also regularly communicate with successful WordPress business owners, and discuss what is working for them and what isn’t.
My aim with this talk is to share what makes for a compelling WordPress product or service: from website design, to user experience, the human touch, code quality, and more. Attendees will receive actionable steps for improving their products, services, and positioning in the WordPress space.
October 15, 2014 — I run a WordPress news website called Post Status (http://poststat.us/). I’d like to share with you the story of Post Status, lessons I’ve learned, and why blogging about my craft been the biggest reason for the success I’ve had in my career so far.
July 3, 2014 — The panel of Ran.ge, a 4-person team, and WordPress.com VIP partner, talks about how to do big WordPress projects with a small team.
They discuss organizational tactics, how to sell your agency to clients, design and build processes, the importance of core and community involvement, and things we’ve learned on our journey.
October 24, 2013 — WordPress Plugins, Code and the Ecosystem in General with Brian Krogsgard & Pippin Williamson