Episode 117 – Pivot and Shift with Jamie Rose

In this episode we talk with Jamie Rose about the Pivots and Shifts she has experienced in her photography business. Jamie offers insights into ways you can pivot a photography business to recoup and grow a photography business during the pandemic, instead of closing the doors.

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Episode 115 – Pivot and Shift with Marika Moffitt

In this episode we talk with Marika Moffitt about the Pivots and Shifts she has experienced in her pet photography business. Marika offers insights into ways you can pivot a photography business to recoup and grow a photography business during the pandemic, instead of closing the doors.

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Episode 113 – Pivot and Shift with Rachel Brenke

In this episode, Scott talks with photographer and attorney, Rachel Brenke, about the changing photography industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, they talk about things photographers should be doing to protect themselves from possible future problems that could arise.

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Episode 112 – Have you given up on WordPress?

In this episode, Scott asks a very important question. Have you given up on WordPress? Being that you are tuning in to this episode and that WordPress runs a third of the Internet, we imagine you have not given up on it. However, we know you likely have some concerns and frustrations. We want to hear about them.

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Episode 111 – Pivot and Shift with Jenny Midgley

In this episode, Scott talks to Jenny Midgley about how she pivoted her personal brand photography business into a familiar, but new territory. Instead of coaching her photography clients, she's now coaching anyone with a personal brand and in turn, growing her photography business. This is part of a miniseries we're calling Pivot and Shift where we discuss how photographers are adapting to this new world changed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Episode 110 – Conflicts and Placing Blame

In this episode, Scott talks about what happens when a plugin conflict breaks things on your WordPress site. Specifically, Scott addresses a recent major conflict between two popular plugins, WooCommerce and WP Rocket Cache. He offers advice to follow when this happens to you before you open a support ticket with any company.

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