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Best BobWP podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best BobWP podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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In the WPeCommerce Show, host BobWP interviews a variety of individuals who use WordPress for their eCommerce site. Each week we have store owners, developers, product owners to experts in social media, marketing and content marketing give their tips, insights and experiences to help you grow your WordPress eCommerce site.
 
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In episode 169 of our podcast, I chat with Cathi Bosco and Jackie D’Elia from UX All the Things. WordPress, WooCommerce and UX The goal of any online store owner is to make the user experience and as seamless as possible. So I thought it would be great to pull in the experts to give us some tips and insights. I start by having both Cathi and Jackie…
 
Thanks to Our Sponsors In episode 39 of our podcast, Jonathan Wold and I chat with Katie Keith from Barn2 Plugins about: Moving their agency to WordPress Their decision to start developing plugins specifically for WooCommerce Challenges of or motivations toward their investment in WordPress and WooCommerce Challenges for a plugin developer around G…
 
You may have decided to start a podcast on WordPress. Or, perhaps, you are moving your existing podcast to a WordPress site. There’s so much to do, right? Like picking a theme. A theme from the thousands and thousands of themes. Unfortunately there isn’t one tried and true and tired theme to go with. Before You Go Down the Rabbit Hole of WordPress …
 
In episode 168 of our podcast, I chat with Shayda Torabi, co-founder of RESTART CBD. CBD, WooCommerce and WordPress The CBD (cannabidiol) industry is growing by leaps and bounds. Shayda took her personal challenges and turned it into a business through her passion. She tells us the story behind why she started the business and is candid about the c…
 
Thanks to our sponsors In episode 38 of our podcast, Brad Williams and I chat with Jeff Daigle from dbdc.com. Jeff lets us in on: His journey in technology When WordPress and WooCommerce came along What he has learned from his clients Thoughts on selling products from your WooCommerce site on a marketplace His clients’ reaction to React Jeff Daigle…
 
Last week I talked about adding the date to your podcast post. With WordPress, you can easily toggle it on and off, so you want to make sure you are doing it for your listeners, and not yourself Keeping with dates, although not WordPress specific, is the fact of avoiding outdated dates on your show. So what am I talking about here? Always make sure…
 
In episode 167 of our podcast, I chat with Gregroy Karelitz from Hubspot. CRM, Inbound Marketing and eCommerce with WordPress I ask Gregory to start with the differences of a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) and Inbound Marketing. Both are the backbone of Hubspot and he gives us a clear definition that shows the importance of both strategies.…
 
In episode 37 of our podcast, Mendel Kurland and I chat with Zach Stepek from Mindsize. Zach tells us a bit about Mindsize before we move into his first experience with WooCommerce. It’s an interesting story that is a perfect example of diving in head first. The story takes us in a few directions: From the point where he knew he was going to be foc…
 
In episode 14 of our podcast, I recall how sometime ago I tweeted my mild frustration at the fact that I found a few podcasts, here and there, that were without a date. You know, like blog posts without a time stamp? I got a few replies and had some short conversations. Nothing too deep. But after a few days I revisited it and did a little research…
 
In episode 166 of our podcast, I am chatting with Spencer Forman, entrepreneur and the founder of the WooCommerce plugin LaunchFlows. Spencer has been around the web for some time, a good part of that in the WordPress space. He especially is fond of talking about and helping people with their automation. Automation and Sales Funnels Automation and …
 
In episode 36 of our podcast, Brad Williams and I interview Scott Deluzio from Amplify Plugins. Scott shares his own journey in the eCommerce space and how he moved to WooCommerce along the way. Not unlike a lot of guests we have had, he created a product first off to scratch his own itch and then decided to sell it publicly. After the first produc…
 
In episode 13, I am sharing the five big reasons to use WordPress for your podcast. Often people who are starting a podcast or growing an existing one, seem complacent with having it on a podcast platform. But there are limitations. You might want to consider WordPress if you doing one of two things. Adding to to an existing site to help you build …
 
In episode 165 of our podcast, I am chatting with Matt Medeiros, podcaster, publisher and the founder of the soon-to-be Business 5000. Matt has a history, both in the WordPress space and in creating products. He has had his share of ideas, pitches, successes and challenges, the things anyone thinking about a product can relate to. Matt and the Busi…
 
In episode 35 of our podcast, Jonathan Wold and BobWP chat with Bryce Adams from Metorik. Bryce shares his story of the transition of working at WooCommerce to starting his own SaaS business. His love for WooCommerce and the community made it a sure bet that he would continue to do something with Woo. If you are interested in SaaS products, this is…
 
In episode 12 of our podcast, I’m changing up the format. When I started this site my initial thoughts were around the benefits of having your podcast on your WordPress site. In the podcasting space, there isn’t a lot of talk around this, simply because so many people starting out, or trying to grow their podcast, are doing so on one of the popular…
 
In episode 34 of our podcast, Brad Williams and BobWP chat with Brad Touesnard from Delicious Brains. We kick off 2020 learning about Brad’s products and how they play a major role in the WooCommerce space. Brad also shares his own experiences with WooCommerce, having run it on their site since the inception of Delicious Brains. The show is filled …
 
In episode 11 of our podcast, I had the pleasure of talking with three special guests. They are the force behind the Women in WP Podcast: Amy Masson, Tracy Apps and Angela Bowman. This conversation is packed with so many good insights, thoughts and stories, that to quote from it here and there, wouldn’t do it justice. We had a chance to chat about:…
 
In episode 33 of our podcast, the last show of the year, we highlight some major changes in the podcast— and on the entire site. It’s an exciting time as we shift our WooCommerce focus here. WooCommerce Community, Conversation and News The podcast topics and format will stay similar to what you are used to: conversations with people in the WooComme…
 
In episode 163 of our podcast, our last show of 2019, I have asked a few knowledgable peeps in the WordPress/eCommerce space for their predictions for 2020. Although there are tons of people who I am sure would have some great insights to add, time was limited and it was a bit of a challenge finding anyone that had a little spare time during this s…
 
In episode 162 of our podcast, I chat with Aaron Campbell and Adam Warner from GoDaddy. Aaron is the head of the WordPress core and ecosytem at GoDaddy and Adam is field marketing manager for their GoDaddy Pro team. Occasionally I like to bring in hosting companies for perspectives and advice on navigating the WordPress/eCommerce space. eCommerce a…
 
In episode 32 of our podcast, we are chatting with Chris Lema as he celebrates his 3-year anniversary at Liquid Web, where he has led his team in building one of the most popular WooCommerce managed-hosting platforms around. Chris Lema and WooCommerce Managed Hosting Chris shares some thoughts and reflections about his last three years of building …
 
In episode 161 of our podcast, I chat with Evan Medeiros, founder of The Trade Risk. Evan runs a membership site that grew from an interest of his blog readers. He also sells downloadable products. As a back-end developer, he is a true do-it-yourselfer. Creating and Running a Membership Site Evan gets into his decision to start a membership site an…
 
In episode 160 of our podcast, I chat with Jonathan Wold who is on the WooCommerce team at Automattic about the open web, eCommerce and WordPress. Jonathan has a passion for this subject and I wanted to dig deeper into the philosophical aspects of it. eCommerce and WordPress on the Open Web I kept the questions open and broad so we could go in seve…
 
In episode 31 of our podcast, we are chatting with Kathy Darling, a WooCommerce extension developer and a prominent supporter of the WooCommerce Slack channel. Kathy Darling. Building and Maintaining Extensions We start the conversation with a dive into the extensions she has on the WooCommerce Marketplace. Name Your Price Brad asks her more about …
 
In episode 159 of our podcast, I chat with Chris Wiegman, Senior Software Engineer at WPEngine. Security and Privacy with Your WordPress eCommerce Site We chat about: What has been accomplished with privacy in the last year in the eCommerce/WordPress space What is the biggest weakness Two top privacy issues to consider when starting to sell on Word…
 
In episode 30 of our podcast, we are chatting with Darren Eithier, Software Engineer at WooCommerce/Automattic about WooCommerce blocks, now and in the near future. WooCommerce Blocks and More Blocks Darren tells us about his involvement with the block team and we look at what was recently released in WooCommerce 3.8. The conversation takes us deep…
 
In episode 10 of our podcast, we are doing something different. I am playing the guest, but that’s not what this is really about. Letting Podcasters Test the Waters I was on the team of organizers for WordCamp Seattle, a WordPress-centric conference, and volunteered to create a podcasting corner. Well, one thing led to another, and we opened it up …
 
In episode 9 of our podcast, I am chatting with fellow podcaster Kyle Maurer. Kyle co-hosts the Get Options Podcast and works on several WordPress plugins at Sandhills Development. We chat about: Kyle’s history in podcasting Why he started it and decided to make it in podcast form What the reaction has been from his family. Some special moments dur…
 
In episode 158 of our podcast, I chat with Lindsey Miller from Liquid Web as she shares her insights and experiences with building partnerships. Building Partnerships for Your Products and Services We chat about: What a partnership means How companies are doing it wrong If your focus should be on customers or agencies What is a good balance of give…
 
In episode 8 of our podcast, I talk with with Michelle Ames, host of the podcast WP Coffee Talk and head of Customer Support at Impress.org. Michelle is part of the team of GiveWP, a WordPress donation plugin that is used by thousands of nonprofits. We chat about: How to convince a nonprofit to consider podcasting Focusing on projects and/or donors…
 
In episode 157 of our podcast, I chat with Tessa Kriesel from Devocate. Tessa has taken her experience of development and passion for connecting people to her new business. Developer Influencers We chat about: What makes a developer influencer Campaigns and what they might look like How to grow as a developer influencer What social platform is best…
 
In episode 7 of our podcast, I talk with Jaclyn Schiff from PodReacher. Jaclyn works with clients to help them repurpose their podcasts through effective content and is an avid podcast listener as well. We start out chatting about if podcasters she works with understand the power and effectiveness of repurposing their podcast into content. Jaclyn a…
 
In episode 156 of our podcast, I chat with Tyler Lau from Sandhills Development. Refunds are something that no matter what you sell, or how large your online store is, it has to be a priority from the very start. Tyler spends a lot of his time working with refunds, so he has been there, done that. He shares tips, insight and stories around: What yo…
 
In episode 29 of our podcast, I am chatting with Dale Reardon about his new site for travelers, accessibility, his experiences with WooCommerce, and some odds and ends. Dale is legally blind and a passionate advocate for equality, anti-discrimination and disability rights and equality. He also advocates for accessible web design and has a particula…
 
In episode 6 of our podcast, we are chatting about podcasting and having a co-host. I do this myself with the Do the Woo podcast, but would rather have you listen to my two guests, Liam Dempsey and Tara Clays, co-hosts of the podcast, Hallway Chats. They have taken a unique approach with their guests and as a fan of their podcast, I wanted to dig d…
 
In episode 155 of our podcast, I chat with two guests. Topher DeRosia from BigCommerce and TJ Gamble via his eCommerce agency, Jamesan, as well as eCommerceAholic. We dive into both long-term and short-term prepping for the holidays and chat about: When you should start prepping for the big holiday season. At his point in time, what should you be l…
 
In episode 5 of our podcast, I am chatting with my good friend who nudged me into the podcasting space when I started in 2014. Matt Medeiros is well-known in the WordPress space and hosts his long-running podcast, the Matt Report. He wears many hats, but I wanted to dive a bit deeper into his podcasting history and explore with him his hyper-local …
 
In episode 154 of our podcast, I chat with Kathie Keith from Barn2 Media about how the WooCommerce store owner can customize their WooCommerce-specific pages, such as the shop page, archives, etc. This has been a growing market for plugins and page builders over the last few years. We talk about: The benefits of customizing these pages and what it …
 
In episode 28 of our podcast, Brad and I had a great chat with Michael Tieso, founder of Reggio Studio and store owner. Developer Turned Store Owner Michael previously was on the team at WooCommerce and has been a freelance developer for several years. He took the dive and started his own online store, YerbaMatero.com. There he sells a unique drink…
 
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