In this episode, Gaby and Jean Galea talk to Aaron Edwards and Joshua Dailey, co-founders of Infinite Uploads and WordPress contributors, about Web3, NFTs, and WordPress with Web3 WP. Aaron and Joshua have spent more than 20 years developing and maintaining enterprise WordPress sites. Also, they launched the first (and only) WordPress NFT.
In this episode, Gaby Galea talks to Sean Brison, Head of Growth at Lasso, about content creation and running a writing team.
In this episode, we talk to Rich Tabor, Head of Product at Extendify, about blocks, block themes, Gutenberg, and the future of WordPress.
In this episode, Gaby Galea talks to Adrian Tobey from Groundhogg about lessons he has learned in the WordPress plugins business.
In this episode, Gaby Galea talks to Jason Schuller and JR Farr, two of the four co-founders of Lemon Squeezy, a plugin that helps simplify the selling of digital products. Lemon Squeezy fits under the Make Lemonade product portfolio and the digital maker crew hopes to continually launch and build new products together.
In this episode, Gaby Galea and Mark Zahra talk to Kyle Maurer, Director of Operations at Sandhills Development (recently acquired by Awesome Motive), about general people operations, career progression frameworks, the best way to handle compensation, and organization hierarchy.
In this episode, Gaby Galea talks to Lesley Sim, co-founder of Newsletter Glue, a WordPress plugin that helps users send newsletters from within their WordPress dashboard. They discuss what Newsletter Glue has to offer and the business side of starting a WordPress plugin and marketing it.
In this episode, Gaby talks to David Vogelpohl, VP of Growth at WP Engine, about optimizing a WooCommerce store’s performance for increased conversions and WP Engine’s WooCommerce hosting plans.
In this episode, Jean and Gaby Galea talk to Jared Bauman, co-founder, and CEO of 201 Creative, a digital marketing agency.
Do you need help with your website’s speed? Is it too slow? Configured wrong? Is your cheap hosting not good enough? Do you just want it to go from slow to fast or just fast enough? Speed is only one thing to solve. In this episode, Jean and Gaby Galea talk to Brendan Tully about optimizing WordPress site speed with WP Speed Fix.
Do you have customers in different countries or that use different languages? If you want to translate your website and go multilingual, you should consider using the Weglot plugin. It makes WordPress sites available in multiple languages in a matter of minutes.
In this episode, Gaby and Mark talk to Cristian Raiber, CEO of WPChill, a company that offers the Download Monitor, Strong Testimonials, and Modula plugins.