Business Roundup Week Ending January 19

The Unexpected Attack Vector Responsible for 60% of Hacked WordPress Sites in 2023? Thomas J. Raef, Founder of WeWatchYourWebsite, recently released a surprising finding based on analysis of 851+ billion WordPress log entries from more than 4 million WordPress websites. Compromised login credentials, and theme and plugin vulnerabilities were key attack vectors, but were not… Continue reading Business Roundup Week Ending January 19

Business Roundup Week Ending January 12

Will 2024 Be the Year of the Site Editor? The site editor’s evolution into an intuitive and user-friendly interface is making it easier than ever for clients to update their websites without much technical knowledge. Built-in features like the Command Palette, Style Book, and List View can significantly reduce the time and effort required to… Continue reading Business Roundup Week Ending January 12

Business Roundup Week Ending January 5

Understanding Gmail and Yahoo DMARC Requirements for Bulk Sending Google and Yahoo are turning what was once considered best practices for email authentication into mandatory requirement. Beginning next month, senders who don’t comply with the new requirements will start to see issues getting their emails delivered. All senders must authenticate emails using SPF, and DKIM.… Continue reading Business Roundup Week Ending January 5

Business Roundup Week Ending December 15

Smart Strategies to Demonstrate the Value of Accessibility to Clients Start with educating your clients about the value of making their site accessible. Yes, it’s the law in many places — but that’s not the main reason to make a site accessible. Add accessibility monitoring and remediation to existing service packages (or create new standalone… Continue reading Business Roundup Week Ending December 15

Business Roundup Week Ending December 8

Beware: WordPress Security Scams Targeting Agencies Sophisticated new phishing scams are impersonating the WordPress Security Team to spread malware. Fraudulent emails request installing a plugin containing malware. Supposedly from “WordPress” or “WordPress Security,” they appear credible. Emails come from non-WordPress domains and lack verified signatures, unlike legitimate project communications. The scam links to a fake… Continue reading Business Roundup Week Ending December 8

What is Coaching & What Are Key Times to Have a Coach with Kelly Gallagher

Transcript ↓ In this podcast episode, Cory Miller introduces his professional coach, Kelly Gallagher, to discuss the role of coaching in personal and professional growth. They explore the difference between coaching and therapy and how they can complement each other. They highlight the value of coaching for high achievers and how it can help with… Continue reading What is Coaching & What Are Key Times to Have a Coach with Kelly Gallagher

How to Make the Most of Sponsoring WordCamps

In this panel discussion, Michelle Frechette poses questions asked by the Post Status community about the benefits and how-to’s of sponsoring WordCamps. On the panel are Taco Verdonschot (Yoast), Katie Keith (Barn2), Drew Griswold (StellarWP), and Lincoln Islam (WPFunnels). Transcript ↓ Episode Highlights: The value of sponsoring WordCamps [00:01:08] Discussion on the experiences and benefits… Continue reading How to Make the Most of Sponsoring WordCamps

The WP Agency Journey with J.J. Toothman of Lone Rock Point

Transcript ↓ In this episode, Cory Miller interviews J.J. Toothman, owner of Lone Rock Point, a WordPress agency based in Sudbury, Massachusetts. J.J. shares his agency journey, discussing the growth of his agency and its remote-first approach. Episode Highlights: The Growth of Lone Rock Point [00:00:32] JJ discusses the growth of his agency, Lone Rock… Continue reading The WP Agency Journey with J.J. Toothman of Lone Rock Point