Hosted by David Blackmon of Aspen Grove Studios and Divi Space, and Tim Strifler of Divi Life and Tim Strifler Online Solutions, WP The Podcast is a highly-informative, content-rich 10-minute-long podcast that releases episodes daily.
Created to help the WordPress professional success in reaching their business goals, WP The Podcast covers engaging and captivating topics revolving around WordPress, web development, marketing and business.
In the following post, we recap the past five episodes from the WP The Podcast show.
Episode 205: 5 WordPress Blogs You Should Be Following
Episode 205 recommends a number of WordPress blogs that should be followed. In the episode, David and Tim share some of their favorite WordPress resources and content sources, including WP Beginner, WPMUDev and Elegant Themes.
Episode 206: Top 3 Caching Plugins for WordPress
Episode 206 discusses the top three caching plugins for WordPress. A crucial aspect of website design is the speed and performance of the website itself. Here, along with many other considerations, caching – as provided by a caching plugin – plays a vital part. In Episode 206, David and Tim explore three popular caching plugins for WordPress: Hummingbird, WP Rocket and Comet Cache.
Episode 207: Top 3 Email Marketing Platforms to Use with WordPress
Episode 207 explores popular email marketing platforms that can be integrated with a WordPress website. One of the single most important communication channels with an audience is email marketing. Making this communication possible is a number of email marketing platforms, of which David and Tim discuss MailChimp, GetResponse and ConvertKit.
Episode 208: Should You Use Webinars to Promote Product Launches
Episode 208 discusses webinars as a communication channel. Bringing about interesting marketing opportunities, webinars can be used in many different ways depending on the brand, market, product or service. In the episode, David and Tim share their experiences with webinars, as well as how they can be used strategically for many reasons, such as building interest in a product or service, attracting new customers, building brand awareness for a new brand and much more.
Episode 209: Why You Should Be Live Streaming on Social Media
Episode 209 discusses a fabulous marketing avenue to explore for brands and businesses looking to be more creative online – live streaming on social media. Opening up a world of new communication opportunities, live streaming brings pages a higher likelihood of being seen by followers where only a portion of an audience will see a post. There are plenty of other benefits, as discussed in the episode, such as being able to interact with an audience and also market to them later through retargeting.
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