In this episode of Press This we talk with Thomas Fanchin, the partnership manager at Weglot, about the benefits of multilingual websites on WordPress. Thomas explains how translations can increase website traffic, improve accessibility, and boost SEO. We then dive into the steps necessary to set up a multilingual site using Weglot, emphasizing audience research, language selection, and SEO settings. He also highlights the importance of adapting images and marketing for different regions.
Get ready to dive deep into the world of affiliate marketing for WordPress companies with our special guest, Dustin Howes, the Chief Coach at PerformanceMarketingManager.com. Join us as we explore the fundamental purpose of affiliate marketing and how it can be a game-changer for businesses using WordPress. Dustin shares invaluable insights, strategies, and best practices that WordPress users can implement to leverage affiliate marketing effectively.
There are so many ways to reach your customers these days, but newsletters still stand out as one of the best ways to engage with your customers. In this episode of Press This, we talk to Lesley Sim, the co-founder of Newsletter Glue, about how you can easily integrate and send newsletters from your WordPress site. Lesley also tells us about why you should use newsletters for some things, and social media for others.
Ever since Faust.js officially came out of beta in June of 2023, the team has been collecting RFCs (or requests for comments) on Github to steer the direction of the project. In this episode, we talk with Joe Fusco, a Senior Software Developer at WP Engine, who tells us how listening to users will help to create a project for the community. We also talk about some recently added features and the state of headless WordPress
How can WordPress help keep the web weird? In this episode of Press This, we talk with David Wolfpaw about the IndieWeb, a people-focused alternative to the “corporate web” that aims to keep the web independent. We talk about the philosophy behind the IndieWeb movement, how it can benefit the web for everyone, and what plugins and tools WordPress users have to take advantage of it.
In this episode of Press This, we talk with Rogier Lankhorst, the Lead Developer of Really Simple Plugins, about what WordPress users need to know about SSL.
Rogier discusses what inspired him to make the Really Simple SSL plugin and what it’s like maintaining the 9th most popular plugin in the WordPress plugin repository.
This is a great episode for anyone who wants to learn more about SSL certificates.
In this episode of PressThis, we cover the latest updates from WordPress core and the WordPress community. Listen now to hear about the big updates in WP 6.3, plus news about ACF, AI, and upcoming events like WordCamp US.
Our special guests for this episode are Damon Cook, a Developer Advocate at WP Engine, and Mike Davey, the Senior Editor at Delicious Brains.
We’re just a few short weeks away from the release of WordPress 6.3—a significant milestone for the WordPress community as this release officially wraps up Gutenberg Phase 2. To find out more about some of the new features coming to the site editor, Gutenberg, and beyond, we asked Justin Tadlock, WordPress Developer Advocate sponsored by Automattic, to join us for this episode of Press This and tell us everything we need to know ahead of WordPress 6.3.
Marketers and web developers often go with their gut feelings, but Viola Gruner, Head of Marketing at Inpsyde, believes in the power of testing over guessing. In this episode, Viola discusses the importance of data-driven decision-making and shares her insights on how to test and confirm ideas instead of relying on assumptions. She highlights surprising results she encountered during experiments, recommends testing tools like Google Optimize and HubSpot, and emphasizes the significance of documenting and celebrating test results. Join us as Viola shares her growth hacking strategies and encourages marketers to embrace testing and learning from each experiment.
Today we’re gonna talk to Bud Kraus, the Chief Education Officer at Joy of WP. He’s also been a Contributor at TorqueMag.io. Bud recently gave a talk at WordCamp Europe titled “Using Low Vision As My Tool To Help Me Teach WordPress.” And in his talk, Bud demonstrated the tools, methods he uses to surf the web, but he also talks about how his experience has made him a better WordPress educator.