The IgniteRock Podcast: WordPress | Entrepreneurs | Freelancers | Online Business | Lifestyle
About This Show
Welcome to IgniteRock, a show where we prove to you that you can do just about anything with WordPress, by talking to real people who have done it and are totally rocking it with WordPress.
Maybe you fit into one of the following:
you think that you can't do anything with WordPress or it's not right for you
you don't understand how anyone can build a beautiful website using WordPress
you want to hear from other inspiring people who are using WordPress
you want to understand what are the platform's capabilities
curious about the WordPress community and how supportive they actually are
you love WordPress and want to be part of the community
Then The IgniteRock Podcast is the one for you.
We will interview just about anyone who has built an online presence on WordPress; entrepreneurs, hobbyists, artists, musicians...you name it, we will speak to them on how they have used WordPress for their own purposes.
So subscribe to our podcast and you can visit the site at https://www.igniterock.com
In the meantime, let's rock with WordPress.
Ahmed Khalifa: Host of The IgniteRock Podcast.
Most Recent Episode
Episode #15 - Building & Creating Beautiful Digital Memories with Carole Asselin from Scrapbook Campus
In this episode, I talk to Carole Asselin (or Cassel as she is also known as) from Scrapbook Campus and based in Calgary, Canada.
Carole has shared her story about the importance of storing your memories using digital version of a scrapbook. Thanks to her passion in doing so, she teaches others who can do the same, runs regular webinar and manages a community of people who wants to learn how to create a digital scrapbook for their most passionate memories.
Along the way, Carole has also explained her journey of creating her business and how WordPress has helped her to do just that.
Here are just a few things we talk about:
the pros and cons of having a digital vs traditional paper scrapbook
the importance of storing your memories and making it easier to share with others
the challenges she faces for those who focuses on Photoshop and not her main tool, PaintShop
why starting slowly is the best way to start and grow your business
Carole's early experience on using WordPress and how persistance pays off eventually
"When you start, you can start very manual, very low, low tech or start with something. From there, you'll be a little bit more comfortable with that one part, then you can expand a little bit. If you are immediately looking at the big picture, you're just gonna get scared and lost and confused." - Carole Asselin
Shownotes are available on https://www.igniterock.com/episode15