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Joe Casabona on creating quality content and courses

David Bisset interviews Joe Casabona, an independent creator and teacher, and discusses what it’s like to be a creator as his job, plus some news topics.

Links W3C drops WordPress from consideration for its redesign W3c selects Craft and selection report Disabling full screen mode Creator Courses How I Built It recording notes Camo Partner: Sandhills Development

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Joost de Valk on WordPress marketshare

David Bisset makes his podcast debut for Post Status, as he interviews Joost de Valk, Founder and Chief Product Officer of Yoast, and discusses all things WordPress marketshare related.

Links His blog, joost.blog Yoast On Twitter @jdevalk June 2020 CMS marketshare report Partner: Jilt

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iThemes has acquired Restrict Content Pro from Sandhills Development

Restrict Content Pro has been acquired by iThemes. Originally built by Pippin Williamson in 2012, RCP was early to the membership space and kept its promise of simplicity and stability throughout its tenure to date.

A couple of years ago, the Sandhills Development team put new energy into RCP, and in 2019 the product made nearly $500,000 in revenue. 2020 is set to outpace those numbers. While the sale price is not disclosed, it is a 7 figure deal, likely somewhere between two and four times annual revenue. No members of the Sandhills team are moving over to iThemes

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Creating healthy virtual work environments

We’re seeing the strain of isolation and 100% remote work without meetups, conferences, or other in-person opportunities to collaborate. In this episode of Post Status Draft, Cory and Brian discuss how to create healthy virtual work environments, including some tips for establishing better work days.

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