In recent years, we've featured interviews with remarkable individuals from the WordPress community and beyond. Inspired by this, we created roundups highlighting popular questions and insightful answers from these interviews.
Lacking a professional portfolio can severely impact the types of client or employer you attract – especially if you're a freelancer. Many won't give this step due care and attention because they think it's too complicated, or don't know where to start. However, creating a professional-looking portfolio site on WordPress is a piece of cake! By the time we wrap this article up, you'll know how to create a basic (but elegant) portfolio site on WordPress in eight steps.
Rahul Bansal Interview – “If There Is Demand for Your Products, Everything Else Can Be Taken Care Of”
Hey, it’s interview time on Themeisle! Get ready to learn from Rahul Bansal’s insights on WordPress, business, mission, plugins, and more. Rahul Bansal is the founder and CEO of rtCamp. After starting out as a blogger, he is now leading a distributed team of WordPress professionals who offer ecommerce and publishing services for enterprises.
Tess Coughlan Interview – “Narratives Run Through Your Business Every Day. Don’t Be Afraid to Get Creative With the Way You Share That With the World”
Hello! Welcome to another edition of our interview series with WordPress professionals. In this one, you’ll meet Tess Coughlan. We’ll be talking about WordPress, success, marketing, mission, and more.
Josh Pollock Interview – “Most People Choose WordPress Because They Are Told It’s Free, and Then They Are Kind of Stuck”
Hi, WordPressers from around the world! It’s that time of the month again when we share an interesting interview with a WordPress professional with our readers. This time, we’re keeping it short with our guest Josh Pollock, who is responding to some of our curiosities.
Sunita Rai Interview – “Just Start. Don’t Wait For the Right Time and Resources. If You Have a Unique Idea to Help People With an Existing Problem, Try It”
Hello and welcome to a new edition of our monthly interview series! In this one, we’re talking with Sunita Rai – the leader of the marketing team at ThemeGrill. We’ll talk about marketing (obviously), business, and WordPress. Enjoy!
Pavel Ciorici Interview – “A New Business Entering the Online Space Should Release a Minimum Viable Product as Soon as Possible”
Hello and welcome to a new interview as part of our monthly series! Today, we’re talking with Pavel Ciorici, the founder and CEO of WPZoom. Stick with us for your dose of insights into WordPress and online business.
Lindsey Miller Interview – “We Don’t Celebrate New Clients Coming on Board, We Celebrate When They Win”
Welcome to a new edition of our interview series here on the Themeisle blog! This month, Lindsey Miller of Post Status will be our guest. Read further to learn about her insights, as both businesswoman and content creator.
Andy Crestodina Interview – “New Research Attracts the Attention of Journalists and Bloggers More Than Anything Else. Attracts More Links and Mentions. Increases Social Shares and Engagement”
Hello and welcome to the last interview of the year on the Themeisle blog! Ease yourself into the holidays with some marketing wisdom from Andy Crestodina – the co-founder of Orbit Media.
David Artiss Interview – “Understand Your Team’s Passion and Drive. Find Out What’s Working Well for Them and What’s Not. Make Sure They Feel Comfortable Talking About the Latter.”
In this interview, David tells us his take on success, how he helps his team grow professionally, insights into getting feedback from customers, and why being active in the community is a must.
Per Esbensen Interview – “I Want to Build a Human-Centric Company to Help Experts Value Their Work, Enjoy Their Days, and Deliver Better Results by Being Happy”
Hey there! This is a new edition of our Themeisle interview series. Per Esbensen – the CEO of Codeable – will be our guest this month. He will share with us what it takes to be a great leader and keep your employees happy.
Hello and welcome to the September edition of the Themeisle interview series! In this one, Nyasha Green – the editorial director of the MasterWP newsletter – tells us more about her journey with WordPress.
You often hear about the importance of landing pages for businesses. Perhaps you’ve already read some articles focusing on landing page tips or on best practices when creating them. However, this is all just a theory. A better way to get insight into what your own landing page should look like is to analyze actual landing page examples that real brands use.
Are you looking for a website builder that’s suitable for a personal site? Maybe you won’t ever find the perfect one, but at least you can look into some of the best personal website builders that bring the most value for this purpose.