WPWeekly Episode 118 – Hey Get Flywheel

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WPWeekly Episode 118 – Hey Get Flywheel
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wordpressweekly1In this episode, we covered the headlines of the week, most notable is the open letter published to the NextGen Gallery community. Most of the show was dedicated to an interview with Dusty Davidson of Flywheel.com, a WordPress hosting company catering to designers, freelancers, and creative agencies. What does that all mean? You’ll have to tune in to figure it out.

Stories Discussed:

The Return Of WordPress Weekly
How Do You Use The Dashboard?
NextGEN Gallery Publishes Open Letter To Their Community
I’ll Be At WordCamp Grand Rapids 2013
Revamping The Content Creation Experience In WordPress
WordPress Jobs Board Gets A Facelift

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Length Of Episode: 1 Hour 13 Minutes

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5 responses to “WPWeekly Episode 118 – Hey Get Flywheel”

  1. Robbie Jones says:

    Jeffro,
    I can’t find the podcast in iTunes. Can you post the Podcast RSS feed url so I can subscribe in my podcast app? Love the podcast. Glad you’re bringing it back.

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  2. Eric J says:

    @Robbie Jones – I would love an RSS for the podcast as well in the meantime i just pasted http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-34224/TS-776534.mp3 into my Downcast podcast app.

    edit: whoops wrong link!

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  3. Jeffro says:

    @Robbie Jones – My apologies for replying back to you so late. You can try this link for iTunes

    itpc://recordings.talkshoe.com/rss34224.xml

    However, I will be switching iTunes links in the near future so that won’t work anymore at some point. Also, the podcast was de-listed because of the revised album art guidelines so the show won’t display when searching for it on iTunes.

    This is just the RSS XML without iTunes.
    http://recordings.talkshoe.com/rss34224.xml

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  4. […] the company, I encourage you to listen to this 45 minute interview I did with Dusty Davidson on Episode 118 of WordPress Weekly where you really get a feel for what this company is trying to accomplish and […]

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  5. […] ten years later, WordPress centric hosting companies are being started with the same vision. Flywheel hosting is the most recent example of a host that puts customer service at the forefront of everything they […]

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