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.
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.
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.
Dive into WordPress 5.5 with us and see what is new that will help you create new content with the amazing block editor. See how you can keep your site running fast and secure and how you can modify images in your media library directory in the block editor.
Backups are an essential part of a photographers workflow. But it can be automated at times. Backups go beyond just ensuring photographs are redundant and safe. It also means your website and its data is redundant and safe. You also need to make sure any backup can be easily restored and recovered in a crisis. In this episode, Scott answers a question from the Imagely community and dives deep into his own photography and website backup workflows.
In this episode we speak with photographer and copywriter, Kimberly Anderson, about what photographers can do to step up their content game.
In this episode we speak with branded lifestyle photographer, John DeMato, about his take on branding as photographers, finding a niche, and other things you can do to get more business.
Page builders are a funny thing. At first glance, you most likely think that they will make your life easier as a website owner. The fact that you can design your site however you want with a beautiful drag and drop interface. But in reality, many of these things are causing some harm to your site. Nothing that is irreproachable of course. But some, more than others, can not only confuse you in your WordPress experience but can also cause an immense amount of work down the road. In this episode, we touch on the topic of page builder plugins for WordPress.
A very popular issue that comes up in many WordPress forums, groups and even the Imagely support inbox are about how emails are sent. Depending on your host and how the server is set up, emails could come from an address you do not want to be used. You can adjust this with one easy free plugin. In this episode, we discuss the plugin.
Today Scott talks to Corey Potter and Dylan Howell from Fuel Your Photos. These are two guys who study and implement search engine optimization for the photography industry. Corey has been running a very large SEO Facebook group for many years, and he brought Dylan on as a partner as he has been growing the Fuel Your Photos brand.