What Does WordPress Have to Do with the Creator Economy?

Episode 51 June 17, 2022 00:20:01
What Does WordPress Have to Do with the Creator Economy?
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What Does WordPress Have to Do with the Creator Economy?

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Joe Casabona

Show Notes

The Creator Economy is in full swing thanks to a number of tools and platforms that have made it incredibly easy to get paid by creating content. It almost feels like table stakes at this point. Sign up for a platform, and in a few clicks you're ready to make money And while WordPress has enabled developers to implement payment options for websites easily, the ease of use for creators is a different story. So it’s time to explore the question: where does WordPress fit into the Creator Economy? 

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