53 – How to get paid more with Brent Weaver – Part 2

53 – How to get paid more with Brent Weaver – Part 2

In this episode:

Discussion – David and Nathan discuss whether or not it’s a good idea to automatically update your plugins.

Interview – How to get paid more with Brent Weaver – Part 2.

Last week we were introduced to Brent Weaver from uGurus. We learned about his business and how he aims to assist businesses achieve higher fees and become more profitable.

This week is a little different, because we’re delving more into Brent (the man) and not Brent (the business man)! Does that make sense?

With these podcasts, I often interview people and get to know them a little before and after the interview takes place. Each time, I think it would be good just to have a chat about them and what they’re up to in life!

So Brent tells us more about his personal story and what it is that he does when he’s not at work.

I really like this format and I hope that you do too. Let me know if you’d like more interviews that touch on personal journeys and not entirely on plugins and business.

Speaking of format. We hope that you like the new sections of the podcast: news, discussion, interview, ending fact. Is this better or worse? Let us know!

News section:

Black Friday Deals for 2017
https://goo.gl/3cvw9M

Interview with Matt Mullenweg on the WordPress ecosystem
https://goo.gl/bx15cx

Tide Project Aims to Audit and Score WordPress Themes and Plugins based on Code Quality
https://goo.gl/BnZS5B

Workarounds for the Page Template Bug in WordPress 4.9
https://goo.gl/ZmAEoh

Nathan writes posts and creates audio about WordPress on WP Builds. He can also be found in the WP Builds Facebook group.

The WP Builds podcast is sponsored this week by…

AB Split Test – The fastest way to create Split Tests in WordPress
and
The WP Builds Deals Page

We thanks them for their support of WP Builds.

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