Launching a website is an articulation of your dreams and ideas to a specific audience — people who will visit and, hopefully, be moved by what they see. Moved to call, moved to subscribe, and even moved to buy.Continue Reading →about Boss Pro: Turn Your Dreams Into Plans
Studio Pro allows you to customize each page with its own hero image by simply setting a featured image. Just upload your own video or a YouTube URL for the background.Continue Reading →about Studio Pro: A Slick, Creative Theme for Your Agency
Continue Reading →about Refined Pro: Showcase Your Photography, Content, and Products
If having a visually strong digital presence and a site that’s easy on the eyes are equally important to you, then this is the theme you’ve been waiting for. Monochrome Pro helps you keep things clean and fixes attention on your site’s narrative.Continue Reading →about Monochrome Pro: a Simple but Substantial Minimalist WordPress Theme
If your website is where you foster community and not just someplace to house a business, then Slush Pro is for you. This Genesis-powered third party theme was created for the brand that wants to communicate its story in both words and pictures.Continue Reading →about Slush Pro: a WordPress Theme for Creating a Well-Rounded Brand
On this week’s episode, Brian and Lauren discuss their favorite moments from the show during Season One of StudioPress FM.
Continue Reading →about The Season One Recap of StudioPress FM
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Megan Gray, a passionate freelance graphic designer. She lives on the edge of a canyon in Orange County, where she runs her business, House of Grays.
Continue Reading →about How to Stay Creative in a Distracted World
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Jason Schuller, a designer and maker of things on the web. He focuses on elegant simplicity and endlessly being inspired by awesome creative people.
Continue Reading →about The Creative Entrepreneur: Living the Dream
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Bill Kenney. Bill is the co-founder and creative director of Focus Lab, and has developed the design acumen and business knowledge necessary for success.
Continue Reading →about Leveraging Social Media to Build a Creative Brand
This week we’re joined by Chris Lema. Chris is a Product Strategist, a people manager, a speaker, and a blogger. He also works with companies to help them build better software products.
Continue Reading →about How to Be a Great Community Leader
This week we’re joined by Seth Spears. Seth’s company, Spears Marketing, helps owners and bloggers build a reliable and profitable web presence that works… even when you’re not working.
Continue Reading →about The One Thing That Can Make or Break Your Creative Business
This week, we have the very distinct pleasure of talking to a gentleman who is not only a talented member of the WordPress community … but the one responsible for it.
Continue Reading →about How to Make Money with WordPress, with Matt Mullenweg
Today we’re joined by Cory Miller. In 2008, Cory started iThemes, which builds web design software and offers cutting-edge web design training for thousands of customers around the globe.
Continue Reading →about The Importance of Entrepreneurial Mental Health
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Brian and Jennifer Bourn. They are a vibrant, creative studio that delivers purpose-driven design and engaging experiences for businesses.
Continue Reading →about How to Sustain a Profitable Creative Agency
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Bill Erickson. Bill is a WordPress Developer and an entrepreneur. He’s been developing with WordPress and contributing to the community since 2006.
Continue Reading →about How to Scale a Freelance Business
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Carrie Dils. Carrie has been around the Genesis community for a number of years. She’s a WordPress developer, consultant, speaker, and teacher.
Continue Reading →about Why Open-Source Communities Are So Powerful
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Tonya Mork of Know the Code. Tonya likes to rethink the way she does things to find a better path, one that is more efficient and is balanced with intent.
Continue Reading →about How to Build an Online Education Business
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Shay Bocks of Feast Design Company. Shay started hustlin’ in 2008 to connect her creative gifts and ravenous curiosity with the ambition of creative entrepreneurs.Continue Reading →about Food Blogging: Is it Really a Lucrative Business?
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Rebecca Gill of Web Savvy Marketing. She is a WordPress developer, an SEO consultant, and a general business consultant.
Continue Reading →about A Beginner’s Guide to SEO That Works
On this week’s episode, we’ll explore Lauren’s story and how she went from Principal and Creative Director at Northbound Design to Vice President of StudioPress.
Continue Reading →about The Story of the VP of StudioPress Lauren Mancke
In this inaugural episode of StudioPress FM, we focus on the story of the founder of StudioPress, Brian Gardner.
Continue Reading →about The Story of StudioPress Founder Brian Gardner