Catch Pagely Co-Founder/CEO Joshua Strebel on these two great podcast’s

Our co-founder Joshua Strebel was recently interviewed by Kirk Bowman on his successful Art of Value podcast to discuss value pricing. Listen here. A simple question with many complex answers: How do you create happy customers and earn more money? Joshua was also recently invited to host the 185th episode of the WPTavern Weekly podcast. Topic’s included how Pagely got started, and future directions the company is exploring. Tip: Some NSFW language.  

8 Questions with WPBeginner’s Syed Balkhi

We have another WordPress big hitter with us today, with Syed Balkhi kindly taking time out from his busy schedule to talk to Pagely. Syed is best known as the founder of the fantastic WPBeginner website – one of the best WordPress resources online, which has helped thousands of new WordPress users find their feet, myself included. He has also launched and been involved with a number of the top WordPress plugins, and he recently launched his own personal blog, syedbalkhi.com, where he regularly posts insightful content on growing an online business. Not enough Syed for you? You can also…

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8 Questions with SIDEKICK’s Ben Fox

Today I was fortunate enough to interview another well-respected member of the WordPress community, Ben Fox. Ben is a serial WordPress entrepreneur, co-founding FlowPress, WP University, and SIDEKICK.pro. If you’re looking to forge a career in WordPress for yourself, you should listen to what he has to say carefully. In this interview, Ben will talk us through how he got involved with WordPress, the different areas he’s been involved with, and a few tips for any readers looking to get started. If you want to hear more from Ben, I highly recommend following him on Twitter — @benjaminefox. A huge…

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8 Questions with Top WordPress Blogger Kevin Muldoon

Today we launch a new feature for the Pagely blog, with a series of interviews with some of the top members of the WordPress community. Our first interview is with top WordPress blogger, Kevin Muldoon. With a decade and a half’s experience in Internet marketing, Kevin certainly fits the bill. He’s ran many successful websites over the years, and now makes a living writing about WordPress for some of the industry’s top blogs. This interview will tell you how Kevin got started with WordPress, how his WordPress-career has developed, and what direction he thinks the WordPress platform is heading. If…

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Enabling others to do good. Page.ly & Socialvest

Knowing Page.ly has much love for charitable causes, I was stoked when I discovered that a company called Socialvest was a Page.ly customer. Socialvest’s free web-based service lets you raise money for nonprofit causes by shopping online.  Socialvest’s participating retailers (700 of them, including Amazon.com, Adobe, iTunes, etc.) contribute a percentage of your purchases to a personal Socialvest giving account. Socialvest then lets you donate those funds to any of about 1.5 million nonprofits. It’s scrappy and innovative, it’s all for a good cause, and it’s free.   The marketing geek in me wondered, how did Socialvest find Page.ly? I had…

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Shayne Sanderson – WP Heavy Hitter

Page.ly’s Head of Support aka El Furioso is…………. SHAYNE SANDERSON!! Shayne and his wife are good friends of ours and we love and value them dearly. Shayne is the definition of unparalleled support. He cares about our clients as much as we do and gets enraged if he doesn’t feel that he is able to give the best support possible. We are so blessed to work with such a talented, morally strong, fun individual.   Shayne Sanderson Tag line: “If there’s a problem, yo I’ll solve it.” Knock Outs: Page.ly, Developer, Family man, and WordCamp Speaker. Power Move: saltando la casa de máquinas…

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Andrew Norcross – WP Heavy Hitter

In this edition of WP Heavy Hitters we are proud to showcase Andrew Norcross. Andrew is a good hearted, trend setter. Don’t let his quiet demeanor fool you because when he talks and shares info, people listen.  Andrew won Page.ly’s grand Birthday prize and will enjoy a trip to WordCamp San Diego on us. His brilliant mind uncovered the identity of our infamous support tech, El Furioso and will be part of the posse rolling into SD. If you’re at WordCamp SD be sure to say hello.   Andrew Norcross Tag line: “Full of piss and vinegar. And coffee. Lots…

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Sara Cannon- WP Heavy Hitter

In this edition of WP Heavy Hitters we are proud to showcase Sara Cannon. Sara is very creative, humble, sweet, and altruistic. When I asked if I could interview her, she said “Sure, but I think you should write abou Sara Cannon Tag line: “Life is Short, Art is Long, Typography is Everything.” Knock Outs: Artist, Graphic Designer and WordPress developer, WordCamp Speaker, Bham WordPress Meetup Organizer, and Core Contributor Power Move: The Ninja. I quietly approach and then surprise you with my mad skills. Training Facilities: Sara Cannon, Scout Branding Company, Dribble,   When and why did you start working…

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Brad Williams – WP Heavy Hitter

In this edition of our WordPress Heavy Hitters series we are proud to feature Brad Williams. In addition to his uber awesome WordPress skills and list of impressive clients, he also has formed a team that is rock solid. We are honored to call Brad a friend and share some of his story with you. Brad Williams Tag line: There are 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don’t Knock Outs: WebDevStudios.com, Co-Author of “Professional WordPress Design and Development” and “Professional WordPress Plugin Development” (coming soon), Co-Host of the SitePoint Podcast, founder of…

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Lisa Sabin-Wilson – WP Heavy Hitter

Here is another entry in our WP Heavy Hitters series that showcases the talent in the vibrant WordPress community. Lisa Sabin-Wilson has her hands in many WordPress cookie jars. She’s an author, designer, and WordCamp Organizer to name a few. She utilizes her past work experiences to deliver a service that is true to herself while continuing to benefit others. Lisa Sabin-Wilson Tag line: My kung foo is strong. (Rat, The Core) Knock Outs: WordPress For Dummies, BuddyPress For Dummies, WordPress All in One Desk Reference (coming  Spring 2011 ), WordPress Web Design For Dummies (coming  Spring 2011 ), E. Webscapes, WordCamp Chicago Power Move: RTFM Training Facilities:…

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