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WordPress Podcast For Designers

The podcast for designers, we talk agency life, strategy, marketing and WordPress.

Episode range from interviews with agency owners and entrepreneurs from around the world, to solo episodes with Lee unpacking agency processes, it's way more exciting than it sounds.

#83 - Local SEO - Rob Watson

What is Local SEO? How do we optimise a site for local searches and traffic? Rob Watson from Click to Sale tells us his story, and we unpack his recent blog post on Local SEO. Oh and we hit him with our favourite question… “is SEO dead”?

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#82 - Beaver Themer - Robby McCullough

The team at Beaver Builder have created something historic! Beaver Themer…. Best described as a theme building solution that reduces, if not removes the requirement for code. We find out how it came about and ask the tough questions.

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#81 - Stay The Course - Gerry King

Running a web agency is challenging and many end up quitting the journey. Meet Gerry King from I Netco Ltd. He’s been rocking web design and development since the beginning of the 21st Century and is still going strong. Be inspired, be encouraged and grab hold of the lessons he’s learned along the way. Takeaways…

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#80 - Is SEO Dead? - Pete Everitt

Is SEO Dead? Pete Everitt from SO The Agency give’s his take on that VERY controversial question. We also unpack his journey and glean valuable insights into how his agency does business, and how they add amazing value. Slide deck Be sure to grab the FREE slide deck “Demystifying Digital Marketing” here: https://angledcrown.com/sotheagency Takeaways: Comparison is a…

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#79 - Website Terms and Contracts - Leah Hamilton

Most of us are not legal experts, so getting that bit right needs a little help. Today’s podcast is a little different. That’s right we are talking Terms & Conditions as well as contracts with Leah Hamilton from TermsFeed (https://termsfeed.com/). Her “most common mistakes” are very eye opening! I am pretty sure I’m making most…

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#78 - Done Is Better Than Perfect - Andre Gagnon

Meet Andre the brains behind Project Huddle. He’s had great success on ThemeForest as well as launching his very own answer to inVision which is truly WordPress based. We get great insight into the world of selling themes on ThemeForest, and he unpacks why he chose to go-it-alone with his new product, Project Huddle. Don’t forget your…

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#77 - Keep Showing Up - Chris Ducker

Meet serial entrepreneur Chris Ducker. That’s right ladies and gents Chris Ducker. He is an astute businessman, blogger, podcaster, author and speaker…. I know a man of many talents 😉 I absolutely LOVED chatting with Chris as we ended up shooting the breeze both before and after the recording, and we bonded over Star Wars. Sit…

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#76 - Level Up With WordPress - Brad Miller

Brad and his team at LiftUX discovered their strengths, and the untapped power of WordPress. Join the conversation as we chat through their journey and hear about the exciting companies they have worked with, and fantastic products they have created. Brad shouts out to @rogie the epic designer who helped them shape their gorgeous website…

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#75 - Transfering Design To WordPress - Dave Foy

Are you a graphic designer that struggles to transfer your designs into WordPress? Dave Foy teaches graphic designers how to use powerful tools like Elementor to transform WordPress into a blank canvas ready for greatness. (WOW, that was an amazing description. 10 team points to Lee) 😀 Plugins: Press Elements: https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/press-elements/ Anywhere Elementor Pro: http://www.elementoraddons.com/anywhere-elementor-pro/ Connect with…

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#74 - Build The Agency That You Want - Brent Weaver

Brent Weaver teaches people to build agencies they way THEY would like to work. His focus is on YOU and what you want out of your business. He shares his own journey and awesome lessons learned. Quotables: Don’t create what you THINK you need to create. If you don’t have the resources, you need figure…

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