EP030 – Using #WordPress for Your #SmallBiz /w @sereedmedia – #WPblab

This week on WPblab Bridget Willard & Jason Tucker speak with Sé Reed of Sé Reed Media about how small businesses can use WordPress. There is much ranting and raving about the difficulties of getting small businesses to choose WordPress over companies like Wix and Squarespace. Sé shares her perspective on educating new users to WordPress and her quest for making the entry level of self hosted WordPress easier for small businesses.


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423 responses to “EP030 – Using #WordPress for Your #SmallBiz /w @sereedmedia – #WPblab”

  1. TechnoSiren Avatar

    yep, if the dev wants to keep it visible in the repo they can update the Readme.

  2. TechnoSiren Avatar

    if they don’t want to do that offer it to other devs

  3. Bridget Willard Avatar

    So that’s how you do it. Readme. Boom. Done.

  4. Mario Silva Avatar

    ask for a rehoming free >_>

  5. Mario Silva Avatar

    @techno_siren 😛

  6. Mario Silva Avatar

    Some plugins should just be baked into WP

  7. Kevin Hoffman Avatar

    you should just update the readme

  8. Mario Silva Avatar

    @jasontucker and they’re not up to date? O_O

  9. Adam Thomson Avatar

    @jasontucker you da real mvp

  10. Verious Smith III Avatar

    I love the idea for Show & Tell.

  11. Marcus Couch Avatar
  12. Verious Smith III Avatar

    ha ha. Changing DNS. Good Job!

  13. Verious Smith III Avatar

    Alright guys goodnight.

  14. Robbyn Taylor Avatar
    Robbyn Taylor

    Good discussion. I definitely heard, toward the end of the episode feelings from the non-technical people. The sentiment that is not expressed is that not everything is meant to be done by non-technical people. The frustrations expressed toward the end of the show seem more in line with not understanding the reason for the limitations is because a higher skill level is required. Example, Nursing level vs Doctor level, Draftsman vs Architect, Cook vs Chef.

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