In this episode, Corey Maass, a freelance web developer, joins Cory Miller to discuss the intricacies of creating an impactful, user-appreciated product that makes a positive impact on customers and stands apart in a saturated industry. Estimated reading time: 45 minutes Transcript ↓ Learn from Corey Maass, the go-to on WordPress product design topics, and… Continue reading Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 7
Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 6
Transcript ↓ Learn from Corey Maass, a master of WordPress plugins and apps, and Cory Miller, a marketing, business, and WordPress experience guru. The two discuss the intimacies of partnering on a product and how solopreneurs can benefit from support. Top Takeaways: Mentioned in the show: You can follow Post Status and our… Estimated reading… Continue reading Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 6
Member Spotlight: Marcus Burnette
For the better part of the last 10 years, Marcus has been a WordPress designer and developer, focusing on small- to medium-sized businesses that wanted to sell their products online. He worked for a small marketing agency in Orlando, Florida, for a majority of that time, but also on his own as a freelance digital… Continue reading Member Spotlight: Marcus Burnette
Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 5
In this episode, Corey Maass, a freelance web developer, joins Cory Miller to discuss the continuation of the development of their WordPress plugin, Crop.Express, and the value of their partnership. Estimated reading time: 27 minutes Transcript ↓ Learn from Corey Maass, a master of WordPress plugins and apps, and Cory Miller, a marketing, business, and… Continue reading Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 5
WordPress Website Cost to Develop
Every business needs a website. Not only does it tell your customers what you do, but it gives you credibility. WordPress is the best website option, but what will it set you back? The WordPress website cost to develop question isn’t so cut and dry. Eventually, you have to talk about cost. If you’re a… Continue reading WordPress Website Cost to Develop
Tech jargon and analysts with acronyms. Buzzwords and ranking voodoo. Where does WordPress fit in the enterprise tech industry? A guide for the genuinely curious or perplexed. Estimated reading time: 7 minutes From the mid-2000s to 2010s I was doing a lot of freelancing. Some of it was purely consultative, like writing RFPs and evaluating… Continue reading The Enterprise
WordPress In The Long View With James Farmer— Post Status Draft 129
James Farmer’s WordPress story goes all the way back to his launch of the first hosted WordPress multisite blogging platform — just a few days ahead of WordPress.com. Edublogs currently hosts millions of students’ and educators’ blogs. James talks about successes and failures, his views on Gutenberg, how he stays competitive with Squarespace, and how… Continue reading WordPress In The Long View With James Farmer— Post Status Draft 129
Who’s Going to Pay for All This?
Magne Ilsaas wants WordPress to be more than the pragmatic choice for enterprise clients. He wants WordPress agencies to be known for a distinct WordPress culture and mindset. Alain Schlesser, Carole Olinger, Carl Alexander, and Zach Stepek have a frank talk with Bob Dunn about the costs of not supporting WordPress contributors. Post Status members… Continue reading Who’s Going to Pay for All This?
InstaWP: A Conversation and Tour with Founder Vikas Singhal — Post Status Draft 128
InstaWP is about a year old now — let’s take a tour of it and catch up with Vikas Singhal to see how he hopes it will evolve. Currently, it’s a testing, demonstration, training, and marketing tool for WordPress product owners and agencies. Next, Vikas aims for InstaWP to support a marketplace for developers and… Continue reading InstaWP: A Conversation and Tour with Founder Vikas Singhal — Post Status Draft 128
Post Status Excerpt (No. 72) — Can We Get to “Yes” on Better UX?
WordPress User Experiences from DIY Builders to Enterprise Users This week in an article shared in Post Status Slack, Eric Karkovack suggested some ways to improve the WordPress user experience, especially for DIY users setting up a website for the first time. Some of the things Eric wants to see happen, like a standard interface… Continue reading Post Status Excerpt (No. 72) — Can We Get to “Yes” on Better UX?