Did you know that I write, record, direct and edit most of the videos on Paid Memberships Pro? Have a look at the first video I made on how to “Initially Set Up” the Paid Memberships Pro Plugin.
For more Paid Memberships Pro Videos tutorials and guides see my newly published YouTube Channel.
New Videos Coming Soon!
Word on the street is that there may be some more videos coming soon about Remote Work, Design, Web Development, Working for a WordPress Plugin Company and more! If this is something that will interest you, I would love to hear about it. If you have some more ideas for videos you would like to see, then hit me up in the comment section below 🙂
If you have ever wanted to change the word “Howdy” in your WordPress Admin bar (the black bar at the top of your website that can be seen once you have logged in), there are a couple of ways you can do this.
My brother Andrew and I are working together on a project to build premium WordPress Plugins with the focus on User Management, WooCommerce, and some other cool integrations to boot!
Without a shadow of a doubt, this initiative was inspired by the amazing WordPress Power couple – Jason & Kim Coleman, founders of the popular membership plugin – Paid Memberships Pro.
We have two divisions of this project Yoohoo Plugins as well as Yoohoo themes. While Yoohoo is not our full-time gig, we are working hard whenever we have the spare time to make sure these plugins/themes really add value to our users and help make their site making experience so much better!
As mentioned before, if it was not for the amazing support, inspiration, and education we received working at Paid Memberships Pro, I don’t think we would have come this far. Not even close.
At the moment, one of our more popular plugins WP Zapier has really started gaining traction. With the skills I learned making tutorial videos for PMPro I was able to make this video to help promote our plugin.
Slow and Steady Wins the Race.
Even though our plugins are gaining popularity and traction, we have seen that progress is slow, which is fine. Wait. More than fine. Perfect in fact. We love what we do and what we are working on. If there is something that I have learned about online businesses is that it takes time, energy and commitment to succeed.
So for us, we plan to show up (when we can), be consistent, do our best and pivot if we need to 🙂
If you want to be a great craftsman, you need the right tools for the job! Below is a (working)list of some of the best resources I have come across for digital nomads, remote workers, designers and developers alike: