In the era of the post-launch of the new Do the Woo, it's time to pick up the pace on Profiles in Woo.
Learning More About the Builders in the WooCommerce Community
There are a lot of builders out there who deserve recognition who are part of the WooCommerce builder community, in one way or another.
That is why I started this site and one of the reasons I am picking up the pace of Profiles in Woo.
What Are Profiles in Woo?
First off, let me explain why I started these.
The podcast, Do the Woo, gives the hosts a chance to talk to builders in the WooCommerce builder community about what they are doing and thinking. We have also pulled in some other shows that are a bit more topical to that specific episode. We even bring in the builders from WooCommerce itself.
So why Woo profiles?
- I only have so many slots available for the podcast, two a week, and there are a lot of Woo builders out there.
- Not everyone loves, or is comfortable being on, a podcast. It's a barrier that excludes many fine people.
Profiles in Woo will post interviews with WooCommerce community, including:
- Builders of Products and Services
- Others who build directly with WooCommerce
And Those Who Build Communities
In addition, I have also opened this up to those who organize WooCommerce meetups, specifically. Would love to hear those stories of building a community.
What is the Expected Outcome?
I certainly want to have you share the cool stuff you are building. But even more importantly, you get to share you experience. What you like about Woo. What the challenges are. What you see in the future. It's all about educating each other in the Woo builder space.
Are You Ready?
Although some of the questions I ask have changed, you can view the past and more recent Profiles in Woo.
And if you would like to suggest someone for Profiles in Woo, or yourself, you can see more of what I'm looking for and submit here.
So keep an eye out as I discover all the cool people who make up the WooCommerce builder community.
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