Tag Archives: WordPress MU
Creating Communities with WordPress
Chris Pirillo has been a voice, early adopter and harbinger on the web for over a decade. He joins us on this week show to discuss the evolution that his career has taken as open source tools like WordPress also evolved since WordPress MU v1.0. We explored how to build community, manage communities and what specifically is the secret to making unique sites/communities on the web.
Episode 10 of The WordPress Podcast covers WordPress.com removing the limit on users for private blogs, Blogging Pro’s interview with Matt Mullenweg, Digg.com using WordPress, Tubetorial’s 7 essential WordPress hacks, and the Digg This for WordPress Reloaded, Fancy pull quotes, WordPress-Ready Contact Form, Popularity Contest and Even Calendar plug-ins.
So, you want to be a professional blogger? But what exactly do you need to do to make money from this? This week we take a deeper look at how to start generating revenue from your blog. Whether you have … Continue reading
This week we decided to dedicate the entire show to helping you bootstrap your blog! Just because something is free doesn’t mean people are going to want it, so we delve into some of the top tactics and tools for … Continue reading
We are kicking things off this year with Christina Warren, a writer, podcaster, blogger, twitterer (@film_girl) and all round gadget-junkie. Christina is a full time writer for mashable.com and you can find her blog at www.christinawarren.com. She also co-hosts ‘Briefly … Continue reading
We are back! And this week we catch up with Ryan Imel. The Editor-in-Chief of WP Candy, he transformed what was once a tutorial site for the past years into a fast-paced breaking WordPress news site. Ryan is a serial … Continue reading
This show was posted a bit late due to a miscommunication, we’re sorry about that. This week we are joined by Andrew Nacin. Andrew is one of the WordPress core developers and a member of the commit team, he also … Continue reading
John O’Nolan is currently working as Deputy Head of the UI group for WordPress on the development of the user interface, essentially designing the complete look and feel of the WordPress platform. Outside of his work for WordPress he is … Continue reading
Ryan Imel, Editor-in-Chief of WP Candy transformed what was once a tutorial site for the past years into a face-paced breaking WordPress news site. Ryan is a serial entrepreneur having created projects like COMMENTbits and others. On the show we … Continue reading