WordPress is certainly the most popular CMS in the world, powering over 30% of the web. It also powers all sorts of websites, from blogs to giant e-commerce stores and everything in between. This includes podcast websites. However, recently I attended Podcast Movement, a fantastic podcasting conference, and discovered that many podcasters struggle with creating their own website. While there are countless tools that will automate the process for you, you’re at the mercy of a platform you don’t own. Still, finding the right tools can be hard. That’s why in this episode, I’m going to tell you about 6 killer plugins for your podcast website on WordPress.
In the episode we talked about ways to improve performance. Now let’s look at how we can apply that advice. Brian Richards, an expert WordPress developer and educator over at WPSessions tells us how he has improved the performance of both his own sites, and client sites.
Building an online course is a popular way to generate some extra income if done right, but finding the right tool for the job can be a tough task. Thankfully that’s because there are lots of options – and we’re going to look at a few today.
It’s 2019 and it’s easier than ever to sell online. With marketplaces like eBay, Swappa, Etsy, and Reverb, you can sell just about anything on its own, dedicated market. But it’s also easier than every to set up your very own store.
The changes coming to the editor in WordPress 5.0 will create a monumental shift in the way we create content. In this episode, we’re going to dive into some helpful tools for managing your website once you upgrade to WordPress 5.0 – and the Gutenberg Editor. Let’s do it.