The Torque Social Hour is a weekly livestream about WordPress news, events, and life in quarantine. This week‘s special guest is Lesley Sim. We’ll talk about Newsletter Glue, a WordPress plugin that allows you to send posts to email subscribers from inside WordPress. Join us next Wednesday from 3-4pm PST when our special guest will be Matt Medeiros, the host of the Matt Report Podcast.
Over time, a business may change ownership for a wide variety of reasons. You might decide you need a new challenge, or have to let your startup go due to increased personal responsibilities. Alternatively, perhaps you’re on the lookout for an established brand you can grow. Regardless of which end of the transaction you’re on, buying or selling a WordPress business, website, or side-gig can be tricky. You’ll want to maximize your returns or get the best value for your money. Using the right intermediary can make the process more transparent and hassle-free. In this article, we’ll discuss where you […]
Continuing our weekly series of live conversations, we hope you enjoy this week’s episode of Torque’s Social Hour. This week’s special guest is Joe Casabona, a WordPress Developer and Podcaster who is working on a great project called the WordPress: Year In Review. Be sure to catch next week’s livestream by subscribing here. Join us next Wednesday from 3-4pm PST when our special guest will be Lesly Sim, the co-founder of Newsletter Glue.
Welcome to Press This, the WordPress community podcast from WMR. Here host David Vogelpohl sits down with guests from around the community to talk about the biggest issues facing WordPress developers. The following is a transcription of the original recording. David Vogelpohl: Hello everyone and welcome to Press This the WordPress community podcasts on WMR. This is your host, David Vogel Paul, I support the WordPress community through my role at WP Engine, and I love to bring the best of the community to you hear every week on press this as a reminder, you can find me on Twitter […]
At the time of writing this article, COVID-19 continues to spread across the world. And while some countries have had more cohesive responses than others, one thing remains for certain everywhere: how you market your business during this time is important. Not only to combat possible revenue loss but also stay in communication with your customer base. However, it’s not enough to just send out an email blast that says something to the effect of, “In these uncertain times, we care about you.” That will not suffice. Instead, it’s vital that you craft a marketing plan that speaks to the […]