WordPress Ecosystem

Why the Pagely Sale is Good for Everyone

This is one of those “insider baseball” posts so if you’re not into WordPress ecosystem posts, skip this one and come back tomorrow. Another Big & Success Company Just Sold Just a few months ago Yoast sold to Bluehost. I…

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Reviewing Gridbuilder

Why I’m Reviewing Gridbuilder So over the last few days, our team at LearnDash has been talking about our new version of CourseGrid that we’ll be releasing soon. One of the dynamics that happens when you’re building software is that…

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Uncanny Codes for WordPress

Recently my friend Veena offered a lifetime deal on Appsumo for Smart Quiz Builder. One of the things I thought was pretty cool was her ability to create all those “stackable codes” for Appsumo customers so that they could get…

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Peer-to-Peer Fundraising with WordPress

What is Peer-to-Peer Fundraising? You’ve heard of crowdfunding, right? So what is peer-to-peer fundraising? It’s like that but on steroids. In other words, Peer-to-Peer fundraising is a type of crowdfunding fundraising that lets tons of people create their own campaigns…

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Did You Hear the LearnDash News?

The other day I wrote about the changing dynamics in the online learning and LMS space. I’ve been watching and working in that space since 1995, when we called it Computer Based Training (CBT). The Good Old Days Back then,…

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Can a Solo Developer Exist in WordPress?

There’s been a lot of talk about companies, hosting companies specifically, buying up plugins. With all the consolidation, people have started wondering, out loud, if a solo developer can still exist in the WordPress ecosystem of today. They note that…

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