If your developer or web designer goes AWOL, here are the five steps I recommend you take. After all, you don't want to repeat the situation again, right?
"Think before you speak." Another way to say the same thing, when it comes to blogging, is to plan before you write.
We don't talk about it a lot but as the WordPress ecosystem matures, we should start thinking about product families. It will help everyone.
I've been helping my daughter start a blog. It's led to many conversations - all with the same point. If you're going to do it, start a blog that matters.
It may take several conversations, but getting your branding right is worth it. Here's someone who's just walked thru a brand refresh.
Here are five tips I shared with the folks at WordCamp Romania (#wcr14) about managing virtual teams.
You've seen Frozen, right? Well, here's my take (for my little girl): Do you want to build a website?
If you're selling themes, you may have thought about trying to do it without support. Here's my take on why that will fail. Just my take.
There's a new option for web and application hosting called getclouder and it's pretty sweet. You may want to check it out.
Continuing in this series, here are four mistakes WordPress theme vendors often make. Not you. Other people. But it may help to quickly review them. You know, just in case.