Do the Woo - A WooCommerce Podcast

Do the Woo - A WooCommerce Podcast

Conversations with people from the WooCommerce community about products, services and news. Co-hosts: BobWP, Brad Williams, Jonathan Wold and Mendel Kurland.... Show More

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In episode 35, we are chatting with Bryce Adams about his history with WooCommerce. We also learned more about his business, Metorik, and his tips and insights on SaaS product.

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On episode 34 of the podcast, we learn more about Brad Touesnard's plugins from Delicious Brains and his WooCommerce experiences.

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Listen in as we welcome two new co-hosts, Mendel Kurland and Jonathan Wold as we talk about the podcast and sites focus on WooCommerce community and news.

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In episode 32 of our podcast, we are chatting with Chris Lema as he celebrates his 3-year anniversary at Liquid Web, where he has led the in building one of the most popular WooCommerce managed-hosting platforms around.

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In this episode we chat with Kathy Darling about her WooCommerce extensions, learning JavaScript and looking at Gutenberg support. We also learn about what drives her to help so many on Slack.

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In this episode we are chatting about WooCommerce blocks. Insights about the concept of blocks as well as what came out in 3.8, what is in beta and what we can expect down the road a bit.

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In episode 29, I chat with Dale about his new travel site, how he is once again using WooCommerce, a bit about the Domino's lawsuit and a quick look at the State of the Woo.

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In episode 28, we are talking about Michael going from a developer to a store owner, how the investment from Salesforce might affect WooCommerce and the coming update of WooCommerce Admin.

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In episode 27, we are talking all over Woo and the eCommerce space with Brian Krogsgard.

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September 5, 2019 44 min

In today's show Brad talks to WordPress evangelist Topher DeRosia from BigCommerce.

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In this show, we are joined by Brian Richards and Patrick Rauland, co-organizers for the online WooCommerce conference WooSesh.

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Beka Rice, eCommerce expert joins us to talk about email marketing, segmentation and more.

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In this show, we are joined by Matt Medeiros from the Matt Report.

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In this show, we chat with Eric Busch from Datafeedr about affiliate stores using WooCommerce and other topics around Woo.

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In this episode we are talking with Christie from Liquid Web about the background behind the WooCommerce managed hosting, a new authentication for the EU merchants and WooCommerce and CDB products.

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In this show we are talking with Jamie from Pootlepress about his WooCommerce products as well as the new editor and how this whole block thing is going.

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In this show, we talk about with James about IconicWP, the acquisition of Prospress from Automattic, Better Reviews free plugin and more from the eCommerce world.

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In episode 18, we have Cody Landefeld join us to talk about WooCommerce scaling, Storefront 2.5 and meetups.

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In show 17, we go for a different take on things. Brad interviews BobWP on the latest changes on his site.

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Mario Peshev from Devrix joins us to talk about content, the new Woo admin, the marketplace and schema in Yoast SEO 11.0.

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