What to Do If You’re Exhibiting Signs of Job Burnout (and How Some WordPress People Cope)

Working as a freelancer is tough. Working as your own boss makes it even tougher. Yes, the life we lead as WordPress professionals lends itself to some awesome opportunities: flexible travel, self-directed schedules, and you get to work for the best boss ever (i.e. yourself). But there’s a fine line between killing it and killing […] View original post at …

From Building WordPress Sites to Selling Plugins in One Year

Katie Keith This is a guest post written by Katie Keith, co-founder of Barn2 Media. In this post, Keith shares the lessons she and her husband learned transitioning from client work to selling WordPress products in one year. If you’ve ever dreamed of quitting client work and earning passive income by selling WordPress themes and plugins, you’re not alone. Selling …

The Essential Gear Matt Mullenweg and Other WordPress Pros Use

As a freelance WordPress developer, you’re probably responsible for handling, well, everything for your business. Once you’re in a position where you can scale and outsource some responsibilities to others, it’s important to have the right tools, equipment, and setup in place to ensure that you’re working as efficiently and in as streamlined a manner […] View original post at …