Ever wondered how to get free publicity for your business? Well in this episode Conrad Egusa from Publicise deconstructs the entire PR model and shows you exactly what to do to increase your chances of being covered by large publications and websites.
Andy Clarke is one of my web design heroes and it was an honour to interview him for Episode #50 of the podcast. We talk about content first, mobile first, not using WordPress and Planet of the Apes among other things.
Building a successful business is all about adding value to your customers, pricing that value accordingly and then optimising your processes internally so that you can deliver that value at a profit. Mason James from WP Valet has done this very well and tells us how in this episode of the WP Elevation podcast.
Alex Moss is one of the directors at FireCask (his wife is the other) and he is co-founder of Peadig, a Bootstrap WordPress development framework (which he is giving away as a prize – $189 worth of goodies up for grabs). He has also overcome fear of failure, fear of public speaking and fear of looking silly and managed to interview Matt Mullenweg AND Mike Little (the 2 co-founders of WordPress) as well as post guest blogs for Moz, Smashing Magazine and Search Engine Watch. Oh and his client list is very impressive – as is the list of plugins he develops (Facebook Comments anyone?)…Let’s meet Alex Moss.
Jason’s best friend looked so much like Justin Timberlake that they used to use this to get into parties and venues. Jason built a website called N’Shit to make fun of Justin Timberlake’s band at the time N’Sync. The website was a hit. From these humble beginnings Jason went on to build a multi-million dollar web agency, sold it and now teaches agency owners how to elevate to the next level.
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.