The Divi Nation Podcast, Episode 18 – Do Less Sooner & Other Great Advice from Pippin Williamson
We’re back this week with another full length episode of Divi Nation. This time our guest is none other than Pippin Williamson of Pippin’s Plugins.
Pippin and his team are the creators of many popular WordPress plugins. Three in particular stand out: Affiliate WP, Easy Digital Downloads, and Restrict Content Pro.
Pippin has demonstrated a proven knack for identifying good plugin ideas and then building the necessary team around himself to successfully pull off the creation and maintenance of each one. Making him an ideal person for any WordPress entrepreneur to learn from.
Divi Nation 18: Do Less Sooner & Other Great Advice from Pippin Williamson
In this episode I was fortunate enough to pick the brain of one of the most successful WordPress plugin developers on the planet. During our interview Pippin tells his WordPress story; from curious college kid looking to make rent, to a plugin developer with tens of thousands of active plugin installs. We also talk about the importance of great customer support, delegation, and Pippin’s number one tip for long term success.
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One of the reasons I’ve really enjoyed having some of the bigger names in WordPress on the show lately is because they’ve already navigated a lot of the most difficult challenges many newer WordPress designers, developers, and entrepreneurs are only now beginning to run into. By hearing their stories we know it’s possible to make it through. And by hearing how they did it, we gain insight into what might work for us.
But that doesn’t mean everything said is crystal clear the first time around.
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