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How to write a WordPress job description

September 18, 2013 - 12 Comments

wp-helpThis is a guest post by Tomaž of Codeable with some useful tips on putting together a job description for your next WordPress project.

WordPress is a hugely scalable system with a wealth of documentation and WP extending tools available – use it as “just” a blog, or expand it with various plugins to become a powerful CMS, API endpoint or anything in between.

Many WooThemes users are WordPress power users, capable of developing their own custom sites, but there are plenty of WordPress users who require expert guidance or help. Whether that be because they lack WP experience, technical or design skills, have tight deadlines, or other work priorities – these are all contributing factors in your decision whether you decide to outsource parts (or all) of your project.

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Developing With WooThemes And WP Migrate DB Pro

July 31, 2013 - 25 Comments

brad-touesnard,This is a guest post from Brad Touesnard, founder of Delicious Brains — a company building super awesome products for WordPress including the critically acclaimed time-saving developer tool WP Migrate DB Pro.

Let’s say you launched a site for a client a couple of months ago. It’s a store built on WooCommerce and the Canvas theme. The client has added hundreds of products to the site and has been blogging every couple of days. The site has received over ten thousand visitors and dozens of sales and comments. Now your client wants a new feature added to the site. You’re ready to get started developing, but first you need to update your development environment with the media files and data from the live site. You download the media files easy enough, but how do you update your local database?

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How to Fight to Make Your Distributed Team a Competitive Advantage, Not a Weakness

July 15, 2013 - 10 Comments

walterThis is a guest post written by Walter Chen, a former big law firm lawyer, math and computer science graduate and more recently founder and CEO of iDoneThis – a simple team performance management system that we ourselves use at WooThemes.

What I’ve admired most about WooThemes is they built a multimillion-dollar business, 100% bootstrapped, outside of a tech hub.

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3 custom reports for content marketing and social media marketing

June 28, 2013 - 10 Comments

ned-dwyerThis is a guest post from Ned Dwyer, founder of – the easiest way to tweak your website from $39 per tweak. Ned is passionate about digital marketing, startups and peanut butter. 

One of the biggest challenges for anyone working in social media or content marketing is reporting. It’s always a lot easier to start writing a blog post or engaging fans on Facebook than it is to wrangle with the beast that is Google Analytics.

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