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 #11 - The Impact of WordPress in Croatia & Beyond with Emanuel Blagonic
4 days ago
In this episode, I talk to Emanuel Blagonic; a Croatian-native who has talked about the impact that WordPress has had in his native country and the community that it has built.
The first time I met Emanuel was at WordCamp Belfast 2016, where he did a talk entitled "How WordPress Changed the Face of Croatian Politics". I was captivated by his talk and I knew I wanted to talk to him on this podcast and dive deeper.
Here are just a few things we talk about:
how, together with the community around him, he has built a portal to encourage transparency and communication with local authorities
how WordPress has helped him to create a path in his life and make a difference to those around him
being part of the WordCamp Europe network and the opportunity it provides to network with like-minded people
why Emanuel thinks accessibility is the next big thing in web standards
"...it doesn't matter if you are holding a meetup for 10 people or 100 people or 1,000 people. It really doesn't matter because if you are helping those 10 people then you are doing a great job because you are showing that 10 people how to be better, how to do things, you help them communicate with each other, to network and so on."
Shownotes are available on https://www.igniterock.com/episode11
In the meantime, let's rock with WordPress!