I recently had the opportunity to chat with WP Minute Editor, Eric Karkovack, about some new services we are launching to better help WordPress product owners.
Eric has been creating content for WordPress developers and designers for over a decade. But with recent shifts in the publishing landscape, he wanted to find new ways to serve WordPress brands by simplifying their complex products.
So Eric has launched WP Product Writeup – a service to create high-quality, easy to understand white label content that gives WordPress products an edge in this competitive market. He can take his extensive WordPress experience and write product explainers, user guides, blog posts, and other materials to amplify a brand.
On my side, I’ve realized that focusing on the small market of WordPress news is challenging. We love our sponsors and members, but I need to introduce another way to to help keep this site sustainable. So I’m shifting the WP Minute to offer Launch Services to directly help WordPress business owners get the word out. This includes written content from Eric, videos, sponsorship, and more.
So if you need help explaining your product to everyday users in “marketing speak”, reach out to Eric at WP Product Writeup. And if you want to amplify that with a full launch campaign, check out WP Minute’s services. We hope to keep empowering each other in the WordPress community.
- Recent shifts in publishing landscape have impacted writers
- Eric launched WP Product Writeup to create white label content explaining WordPress products
- I’ve shifted WP Minute to offer Launch Services to directly help products market themselves
- Our deep WordPress experience allows us to simplify complex topics
- Goal is to empower the WP community and develop sustainable businesses
Quotes from the episode
“I think we need to come together as a community and think about how we can help each other, how we can empower each other than being dragged into petty arguments.”
“Sometimes the news gets into that. And people just don’t wanna, they don’t, they don’t want that at work. There’s enough stress at work.”
“If you find that, your product has a lot of potential and it just hasn’t taken off the way you wanted it to, I think that’s, that’s always a, a good time to get going with content.”