Last week on the (hopefully) weekly Live Stream, I explored LearnDash Memberships through groups. And while I struggled a bit – I went in totally cold – towards the end I discovered a fantastic integration with WooCommerce Subscriptions that solved one of my problems. That solution allows me to eliminate custom code and lighten my …
Monetizing your podcast doesn’t just mean sponsors. There are methods you can employ to generate income from your show – whether it’s direct dollars or warm leads. Here are 4 ways to monetize your podcast, from landing sponsors to generating commission. And if you’d like to learn more, check out the course Podcast Liftoff .
As COVID-19 continues to have a significant effect on the local economy in Chester County, Pennsylvania, businesses and organizations are still in need of options to address revenue shortfalls and cashflow challenges. We turned to Rebecca Worthington from Benchmark Federal Credit Union to chat about the local economy and how that financial institution is supporting […]
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A few months ago, @LearnDash released a new type of group management for the plugin, more akin to memberships. As someone who offers courses through a membership with WooCommerce Memberships and WooCommerce Subscriptions, I’m curious to see if this functionality can replace those plugins. In this live stream, I’ll explore memberships for LearnDash and see …
Building your email list is your number one priority for your podcast, because it’s the best way for you to directly connect with listeners outside of your podcast. To do that you need a clear landing page that allows listeners to sign up. Here, you’ll learn how to build a killer newsletter signup page for …
Earlier this month I launched WordPress: Year in Review, a content project where I’m wrapping up everything that happened with WordPress and in the community this year through an eBook, podcast, and video series. It’s an immense undertaking, so I decided to seek community support through sponsors and crowdfunding. We’re 3 weeks into September and I’m nearly 2/3 of the way to my crowdfunding goal which is exciting! I thought I’d take some time here and explain how I built the site.
With all the economy turmoil caused by COVID-19, many folks are considering taking their careers in new directions. We caught up with Yardell Perkins to talk about how he started his own business. Through Perkitech, Yardell helps businesses and individuals establish or re-establish their digital presence.
Creating content on a consistent basis is hard! You need to come up with ideas and then execute. In Part 1 I talked about my idea capture process. Here I talk about the actual creation process for both blogging, and these very YouTube videos! Watch Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjduL3coO4E Join My Mailing List: https://buildsomething.email Source
I have a confession that won’t be much of a confession once you start listening to this episode. I’m a big fan of David Sparks. I think he does great work in several different areas an I’m excited to talk to him about how he does it. We also both happen to be big fans of Disney and Star Wars. When we spoke, he was just coming off his first ever Sabbatical – so we’ll get into that and how he manages to put out what must be dozens of hours of field guides while also running a law practice.