In this episode, we talk about promoting, developing, and supporting premium plugins and themes, focused around David’s experience with Easy Pricing Tables.
In this episode, we discuss the nature of WordPress security, and steps to take in order to make your site secure.
For our 10th episode, we talk about why we started our podcast, the other podcasts we listen to, and our future plans for this podcast.
In this episode, we go into detail about the business model and mechanics of Doug’s business, PodWP/EfficientWP.
Almost every website needs a form, but there are many options out there. Where do you start? We discuss some common form plugins and our recommendations.
You’re probably backing up your website already. But do you know what to do with the backup, and how do you know if it actually works? In this episode, we discuss some of the different backup tools you can use, and the best practices you should be following.
In this episode, we discuss some of the common plugins we install on new WordPress sites.
In this episode, we give an overview of some of the best options to take payments with WordPress, on or off your site.
In this episode, we compare free and premium WordPress themes, and discuss the pros and cons. This episode is inspired by an article from WP Tavern, “What’s Your Perception of ThemeForest?”
In this episode, we discuss how to get the most out of networking and conferences, particularly our experiences attending and speaking at WordCamps.