Matt Report uncovers the most resilient digital business builders in WordPress, no-code, and SaaS space. Entrepreneurs share their story on how they built their business using some of our favorite online tools. If you're running a business using WordPress or no-code tools, make sure to subscribe!
ServerPress closing: Reflecting on 12 years of business
Marc Benzakein shares a retrospective on running ServerPress for a decade in the WordPress space.
We unpack the history on discovering the beloved software development tool and partnering with Steve Carnam, alongside Gregg Franklin.
What makes this WordPress business so challenging from others? What held back some of the development and getting ahead of the market? The answer might surprise you!
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Introverts: Building businesses & networking
Just because you're an introvert doesn't mean you can't build a business. It doesn't mean you're afraid to get on stage and talk about your success -- or failures.
Ken Elliott knows this role all too well. He's a self-described "networking introvert" that built a WordPress agency with his co-founder, will be emceeing WordCamp US next month, and appeared on this podcast!
We dove deep into how he built his agency, lessons learned from servicing clients, and what steps he's taking to grow the business through 2022.
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Why you need a business sabbatical
What if you locked yourself in a room and threw away the key to work on your business?
Stop the Slacking, the doom scrolling, but forced to focus on the agenda of improving...everything.
That's exactly what Kim Coleman, co-founder Paid Memberships Pro & Sitewide Sales, did to re-focus the Sitewide Sales business. Running a business of 2 core products, 14+ employees, and with her husband...it was time to "get away."
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How to build an amazing product
Corey is no stranger to building product. In part one, we chatted about his legacy of products, and selling his WordPress plugin. Today, we'll be back chatting about what goes into making great products.
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Life after selling a plugin business
I'm chatting with Corey Maas, former owner of the Kanban for WordPress plugin.
After a few years back in the saddle of day jobbing, he's now running Social Link Pages plugin for WordPress. He also spent some time during the pandemic launching a new online game -- built on WordPress.
Come learn what it's like to sell your plugin business and venture back into a day job...and then back again.
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What’s up with the WordPress vibe?
In today's episode, I want to chat about the current vibe in WordPress.
Compare and contrast the community vibe, to the business vibe. Porto looked like a ton of fun, sad I missed it! The WP Minute showed up in a big way, so I'm really thankful for that.
Plus! I couldn't hold off from ranting about the WordPress content space...again.
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WP Tavern: Nathan Wrigley & Matt Mullenweg
Must Listen WP Business Podcast
This is one of the few podcasts where I listen to every episode when it comes out. Matt asks thoughtful questions and really ads to the conversation with his years of experience in the WordPress business community. His guests are fantastic.
Talks like one of us
Matt talks about Wordpress, podcasting, small business, and so much more. Listening to this podcast is like listening to one of your knowledgeable buddies talk about the things you think are important or that he thinks you should be thinking about. I always make a few notes in things I need to do further research on. Matt gives me good ideas and insights!
Not just about WordPress
Matt's knowledge of business and WordPress combine to be an excellent podcast.