WPWeekly Episode 187 – The Pain Points of WordPress with Bob Dunn of BobWP

by on April 9, 2015

This week, Marcus Couch and I are joined by WordPress trainer and coach, Bob Dunn. Dunn provides WordPress training through workshops, one-on-one training, and tutorials. I enjoy interviewing WordPress trainers and coaches because they have unique insight into the trouble spots users experience with WordPress.

We discuss some of the most common pain points people experience using WordPress including, learning the difference between posts and pages, using the visual editor, and best practices for making changes to themes. Dunn explains why there will always be a need for WordPress training. He also explains that people learn things differently, which is confirmed based on the results of his latest survey.

Stories Discussed:

PressThis Revamped with a New User Interface and Minimalist Design
ThemeReview.co Expands Services to Include Plugin Reviews
WordPress 4.2 Will Natively Support Chinese, Korean, and Japanese Characters
WordPress Core Team Announces Release Leads for WordPress 4.3 and 4.4

Plugins Picked By Marcus:

Disk Usage Sunburst allows you to visualize and drill down the disk usage of your whole WordPress installation.

Download Media Library enables you to download the files from the Media Library in ZIP format.

Tracking Code Manager manages all of your tracking code and conversion pixels. It’s compatible with Facebook Ads, Google Adwords and several different SaaS tools.

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WPWeekly Episode 187 – The Pain Points of WordPress with Bob Dunn of BobWP

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