About Do the Woo

The Do the Woo podcast started in March 2016. And today, here we are. Helping WooCommerce builders across the globe by elevating, connecting and guiding them while helping to grow their skills and businesses.

We want you to find those "sweet spots" that will bring you into this community. Here's some of what you will find on Do the Woo:

  • Every Tuesday on Do the Woo we talk with Woo builders about their story, growth and challenges.
  • On one Tuesday each month we chat with someone from WooCommerce core to give you a behind the scenes look at all things Woo.
  • Thursdays, we have a lively mix of conversations around WooCommerce
    • Woo Roundtable - our regular panelists give insights and perspectives on the Woo ecosystem
    • Woo BizChats - discussions with freelancers, agency owners and others about running a Woo business
    • Woo DevChat - a group of devs literally geeking out over Woo
    • Woo Visions - a mix of marketing insights and visionary perceptions of both WooCommerce and WordPress
  • The week ends with a short, under 5 minutes wrap of WooBits which include core news and other news I gather around the Woo space.

You can also get exposure and share your story by submitting for a post interview of Profiles in Woo. Plus there are some really great ways you can support the community and elevate you or your company by being a Friend of Do the Woo.

Lastly, there is the blog and everything else in-between. And watch for our second new podcast coming soon. Woo BizBytes, a podcast by Woo business builder for Woo business builders.

You can see the complete history/changelog for Do the Woo here.

Meet the Hosts

Anna Maria Radu

Anna Maria Radu

Brad Williams

Brad Williams

Jonathan Wold

Jonathan Wold

Mendel Kurland

Mendel Kurland

Robbie Adair

Robbie Adair

Noëlle Steegs

Noëlle Steegs

Robert Jacobi

Robert Jacobi

Zach Stepek

Zach Stepek

Ronald Gijsel

Ronald Gijsel

BobWP - Publisher, podcast and Founder of Do the Woo

Fortunately I have a team of extremely talented volunteers who make me look and sound good.

A Bit of History on Me

As I kid, I never thought of being a podcaster. Probably because it didn't exist. But I was fascinated with radio.

I ran a marketing company prior to my entrance into the WordPress space and my first eCommerce endeavor was in 2004 with a stock photography site. It was an interesting experience and I'll leave it at that.

I started using WordPress in 2007. The BobWP brand was born in 2010 and, over the years, I spent time training and consulting for WordPress as well as writing tons of content for this site.

Between those early years of WordPress, I dove back into eCommerce a bit more by starting a membership site in 2008 at, well, a time before membership sites really were catching on. And obviously with the technology nowhere at where it is today, it took us a good 9 months to develop the site.

When WooCommerce was released in 2011, eCommerce became a bigger part of my life. I have taught and written a lot about WooCommerce.

In 2016, after having worked with WooCommerce for 5 years, I started to incorporate more content around it. The rest is history and in early 2019 I moved to a complete focus of WooCommerce. Today I bring you the definitive Do the Woo community.

BobWP

Do the Woo is independently written, produced, owned and operated by BobWP and is not affiliated with WooCommerce or Automattic or any other business or entity. WooCommerce trademarks used with permission.