Yet another incredibly busy week for us at WP Daily and the rest of the 8BIT team – as much as we hate to admit it, we’re still somewhat recovering from WordCamp Atlanta that finished a few weeks ago – all those calls and meetings and things that we had hoped to get done were pushed back and we’re finally knocking them out, one-by-one.
But we’ll get there. I’m sure of it.
Without further ado, here’s a look at the past week and some of the stories that we weren’t able to cover explicitly:
A few short weeks ago I introduced a new project called Pressgram, via Kickstarter and I’ve been working hard to share it with others and get the word out. It’s been an incredible experience and one that, in and of itself, has taught me a whole lot about marketing (I’m not a marketer…).
The Next Web gave us coverage this morning which was very awesome.
Oh, and if you haven’t seen the new amazing trailer that a friend helped create then you’ve missed out!
Thanks to those that have helped me personally with their tweets, status updates, and pledges. That means a big deal to me.
Some thoughts on what it was like to meet Matt and what the “smallest fan” means.
The site appears to be down but I’m sure they’ll get it figured out.
Yes, you sure can.
A look at these three that just got a serious partner in Automattic.
He shares his reasoning why.
Yet another comparison via WPMU.
James Dalman has the scoop.
via Tom McFarlin
Code Poet shares it with us!
Now this is very, very handy.
13. Trackback Death?
Fight against it…?
… that will keep you up at night. You need a blog. Seriously.
David Bisset has organized a handful and he’s sharing his experience for the betterment of future camps!
ManageWP shares their philosophy on hiring for a startup.
Innovate or follow existing guidelines?
They’ve been sharing their secrets to how to run a great meetup. They’re continuing their series!
Watch the video interview here:
Don’t be. Please.
Everyone could be reminded of these great tactics.
Great lessons learned here.
This theme is causing a lot of people to pause… for good reason.
A look at a few great examples.
What’s going on? Oh, it’s Google.
28. No to No UI
This incredible piece was referred by Matt.
Tom McFarlin opens the conversation.
Chris Lema (not leema, lema) shares his thoughts.
And… it starts here:
Love this. Love this!
A look at how to be profitable.
Anything else from this past week folks?
Have a great weekend!