Rob Walling has hit two home runs launching software apps in very crowded marketplaces, namely SEO and e-mail marketing. His most recent success, Get Drip Email Marketing was launched without writing any code. Even after his successes, Rob still battles the voice of doubt but manages to push through to run 2 products, write a book, host a podcast and run an annual conference.
In this episode of the podcast I interview Caspar Hübinger from MarketPress. As well as the German WooCommerce extension, MarketPress make a multilingual WordPress plugin as a solution for multilingual site content. Caspar also talks about the importance of being yourself and getting to know who you are. His theory is that this is what makes you truly unique inside and outside of work. Love it!
In this episode of the podcast our special guest is Lisa Sabin-Wilson from WebDev Studios. Lisa shares the key strategies that have helped her take the leap from freelancer to partner of one of the best WordPress agencies on the planet. Scared of speaking at events or the workload of writing a book? Check out this interview and learn how Lisa used these tactics to elevate herself.
In this episode, Natalie MacLees helps us get unstuck, overcome writer’s block and tells us why it’s important to give back to the community – not just the WordPress community but the community at large. Natalie also walks us through her experience of writing a book and having it published and why it’s a great positioning exercise.
In this episode we have a very special guest host: Matt Medeiros from The Matt Report. We also have a very special guest in Jason Cohen from WP Engine. Jason shares his journey and strategies for success as a WordPress entrepreneur along with some great advice for freelancers and consultants.
Check out my interview with Japh from X-team on the Matt Report here.
This is our very first live-recording of the WP Elevation podcast – possibly the first ever live recording of any WordPress podcast! We feature Melbourne boy Elliot Condon from ACF. He talks about how the business came about and includes some gold nugget tips along the way. Tune in to find out why this inspiring guy prefers the ‘journey’ to the ‘destination’…
In this episode, Simon Dickson from Code for the People talks us through landing big clients like The Rolling Stones and Stephen Fry, as well as why restricting yourself to WordPress and not using any other technology is a good thing.
Tim Reid is the host of Australia’s Number #1 Marketing Podcast “Small Business Big Marketing” and I am humbled that he agreed to spend some time with us on the WP Elevation Podcast to share his expertise. Is your business a helpful business? Watch the interview and find out why this matters and how to do it.
WP Think Tank #2 is the second instalment in this panel discussion about the future of WordPress. This episode includes panellists Matt Medeiros from the Matt Report, Alex King from Crowd Favorite, Lisa Sabin-Wilson from WebDev Studios and author of WordPress for Dummies, Brian Clark from Copyblogger, Tom Willmot from Human Made, Miriam Schwab from Illuminea and Cory Miller from iThemes. Get out your pop-corn and settle in for the show!
How do you build a successful WordPress consulting business in a regional town with only 15,000 people? How you do this and still position yourself as the premium option so you don’t have to compete on price? Build a team and processes to keep everyone moving in the same direction. Peter Freeman from Woof Media tells all in this episode of the WP Elevation podcast.