In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I discuss the symptoms of burnout and share tips on how to prevent it. We provide a status update on WordPress 4.5 and discuss my experience hooking up a site to Apple News Publisher. To round out the show, Marcus shares his experience using Shopify’s new WordPress plugin.
When Contributing to WordPress Full-Time Leads to Burnout
WordPress Global Translation Day Set for April 24, 2016
Tickets for WordCamp Jacksonville 2016 Now on Sale
How to Connect Your WordPress Powered Site to Apple News Publisher
Shopify Launches Official Plugin for WordPress
Plugins Picked By Marcus:
Shopify is an eCommerce plugin for WordPress that makes selling products on your site simple. In just a few clicks, you can create a Buy Button that lets visitors securely checkout from any page on your site.
WooMaxMin for WooCommerce gives you the ability to set up minimum and maximum purchase limits for your customers.
LifterLMS – WPMKTGENGINE Extension allows you to automatically track all of the participation within a LifterLMS installation from your WPMktgEngine customer database. You can use this information to incorporate their participation with courses and memberships along with other activity information to target messages, create new products that will hit the mark, and build tighter and trusting relationships with customers.
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Listen To Episode #226:
Jeff & Marcus,
Have you taken a look at Enhanced Media Library? I know I have used this on several client site’s that make finding media quickly. Of course you have to set up the categories for your media, then select how you want them organized. But in the long run, if you done this from the beginning, life would be easier when trying to locate media.
Something to consider, anyway!