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Episode Info: WooCommerce meetups are growing. With it comes education and support for the organizers as well as the community. Our chat with Sandi takes a deep dive into meetups and all the working parts around them. And the chat takes us even further into the Woo ecosystem and what Sandi’s vision is for WooCommerce. A Chat with Sandi Batik with LoneStar WP In episode 60, Mendel Kurland and I chat with Sandi about: Her journey to WooCommerce and why she has never looked back.What is happening with WooCommerce meetups and how she is involved.The top strength and challenge with WooCommerce meetups.What the perfect world of Woo might look like in 5 years.Why meetups must always address the beginners.The mix of in-person and virtual meetups for the future.Thanks to our sponsors As we start most of our podcasts, we ask Sandi to share her journey to WooCommerce. Her background and approach makes for an interesting insight into the space. Although she has been doing the WooCommerce meetup since 2015, we take a look at her newest endeavor as she has become part of a team to build WooCommerce meetups globally. A lot of the passion Sandi brings to the table is because she knew what she wanted to see happen both with WooCommerce and the community. Much of this came from her experienced training in quality management systems. She talks about what they are doing as a team to provide the much needed support to both meetup organizers and those who attend. Moving into the needs around meetups, wechat about the audience. WooCommerce has a wide range of users, from beginners to shop owners, developers to designers. We explore how those needs can be met and segue into Sandi’s passion for beginners and the need to find a way to help them. We round it off a discussion about WooCommerce meetups going virtual and how that will look when we are able to meet in person again. In a small The positive effect of all of this is that it opened eyes to the potential. We share what we see in our own meetups and how we feel it will play out once we are able to gather in person again. Announcements Want to start a WooCommerce meetup? Sandi is looking for is anyone who is interested in starting a WooCommerce meetup. And if you have a WordPress meetup, she would like to talk to you about doing quarterly Woo meetups. Sandi@lonestarwp.com Free Activity Logging Plugins Sandi’s developers have developed a collection of plugins that they use internally that route data from activity from activity logging plugins to third-party cloud-based log management services. You can find those here for free. Free Consulting to Speed Up Your Woo Store Mendel is offering his time freely to chat with anyone about how they can speed up their Woo sites. Find him on Twitter @ifyouwillit. WooCommerce Seattle Meetup I recently restarted the WooCommerce Seattle meetup after a hiatus. We are focused on helping beginners and users understand a...
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