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The phrase “back to square one” means “to go back to the beginning, after a dead-end or failure”. So “square one” represents the beginning or foundation on which all other things are built. We want to help others identify and solidify the foundational principles on which a successful WordPress business is built. Our goal is to showcase the stories of people in the WordPress community who own or are affiliated with a successful business so that we can help others in the WordPress community become successful.

WP Square One – WP Square One Aaron Reimann & Micah Wood

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The phrase “back to square one” means “to go back to the beginning, after a dead-end or failure”. So “square one” represents the beginning or foundation on which all other things are built. We want to help others identify and solidify the foundational principles on which a successful WordPress business is built. Our goal is to showcase the stories of people in the WordPress community who own or are affiliated with a successful business so that we can help others in the WordPress community become successful.

    Rachel Cherry (WP Campus)

    Rachel Cherry (WP Campus)

    Rachel Cherry is the Director of WP Campus and a freelance software engineer and consultant with with over ten years of experience in back and front-end web development and digital design. Her main areas of focus include accessibility, higher education, and WordPress.
    The full content for Rachel Cherry (WP Campus) can be viewed on WP Square One.

    • 42 min
    Jason Resnick (rezzz.com)

    Jason Resnick (rezzz.com)

    Jason Resnick helps freelancers discover their niche, plan out their marketing, and build recurring revenue so that they can live the life that they want and ultimately reach the goals of why they started their own business in the first place.
    The full content for Jason Resnick (rezzz.com) can be viewed on WP Square One.

    Michael Killen (Sell Your Service)

    Michael Killen (Sell Your Service)

    The phrase “back to square one” means “to go back to the beginning, after a dead-end or failure”. So “square one” represents the beginning or foundation on which all other things are built. We want to help others identify and solidify the foundational principles on which a successful WordPress business is built. Our goal is to showcase the stories of people in the WordPress community who own or are affiliated with a successful business so that we can help others in the WordPress community become successful.
    The full content for Michael Killen (Sell Your Service) can be viewed on WP Square One.

    Andrew Norcross (Liquid Web)

    Andrew Norcross (Liquid Web)

    Andrew Norcross has a history of building extremely cool solutions with WordPress. He currently works within Liquid Web helping build custom solutions for their managed WordPress services.
    The full content for Andrew Norcross (Liquid Web) can be viewed on WP Square One.

    • 30 min
    Brad Williams (WebDevStudios)

    Brad Williams (WebDevStudios)

    Brad Williams is the co-founder and CEO of WebDevStudios.com. He is also a co-author of the books Professional WordPress and Professional WordPress Plugin Development. Brad founded the Philly WordPress Meetup in 2010, co-organized the first five WordCamp Philly events, and also co-organized both WordCamp US events held in Philly. He has been developing websites for more than 20 years, including the last 10 where he has focused on open-source technologies like WordPress.
    The full content for Brad Williams (WebDevStudios) can be viewed on WP Square One.

    Adam Silver (Concierge WP)

    Adam Silver (Concierge WP)

    Adam is a native of California, though relocated to North Carolina in 2017. Currently providing WordPress development and support services through ConciergeWP.com. He produces 2 weekly podcasts at KitchenSinkWP.com & the Get Options Podcast & was the lead organizer for WordCamp Los Angeles 2016 & 2017. In his free time, he speaks at industry events sharing his insights & expertise into all things digital. Married for 20 years to his amazing wife & has 3 wickedly cool kids.
    The full content for Adam Silver (Concierge WP) can be viewed on WP Square One.

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If you love WordPress, as of course you do if you are reading this, this is an amazing podcast. They discuss WordPress in detail and interview some of the top players in the space! Definitely worth checking out.

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