Episode 14: Tools for Creating Online Courses

Building an online course is a popular way to generate some extra income if done right, but finding the right tool for the job can be a tough task. Thankfully that’s because there are lots of options – and we’re going to look at a few today. Listen to the episode.

Episode 12: eCommerce Platforms

It’s 2019 and it’s easier than ever to sell online. With marketplaces like eBay, Swappa, Etsy, and Reverb, you can sell just about anything on its own, dedicated market. But it’s also easier than every to set up your very own store. Listen to the episode.

Case Study: My Podcast Setup

In the last episode, we looked at everything you need to get up and running with your podcast. In this episode, we’re going to look at a case study: my own podcasting setup. Listen to the episode.

Episode 10: Your First Podcast Toolkit

In 2018, Seth Godin said the podcasting is the new blogging. That means there’s no better time to start a podcast than 2019. In this episode we’re going to go over what gear you need to launch your show. Listen to the episode.

Episode 9: Where to Host Your Videos

Video is becoming a more important part of content and marketing. So, we’re going to answer an question that more and more people need to answer: where is the best place to host my videos? Listen to the episode.

Episode 8: My Automation Toolkit

One of my goals in 2018 was to automate more and I’m carrying that into 2019 . I know I do a lot of things manually, and there are lots of things that I could be doing better. So in this episode, we’re going to look at my automation toolkit. Listen to the episode.

Episode 7: 2018 Gift Guide

The holiday season is here and it’s time for us to once again figure out what we’re getting family, friends, and colleagues. Each year I put together a gift guide for remote workers, web designers, podcasters, and cigar smokers. This year’s update for remote workers is a monster one, and it’s the one we’re going to look at today.

Episode 6: WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg Toolkit

The changes coming to the editor in WordPress 5.0 will create a monumental shift in the way we create content. In this episode, we’re going to dive into some helpful tools for managing your website once you upgrade to WordPress 5.0 – and the Gutenberg Editor.

Implementing Gutenberg with Bill Erickson

Bill Erickson is a WordPress Developer who’s implemented Gutenberg on several projects. In this episode we wax poetic about what Gutenberg is really great at, and some things to look out for – Bill’s an excellent developer and I really appreciate him taking some time to share his experience over the last several months.

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