All posts by Kyle Bondo

@Trenchbucket -- Creative strategy dragon, off-road racing podcaster, WordPress & PHP developer, outdoor race promoter, and US Navy Veteran. Current products: Reckoneer, Merchants of Dirt Podcast, and Wolf Bouncer All-Mountain Series.

A simple process for publishing a podcast episode

There is no one way to build a podcast episode, but I find that building a show in clips gives you more control over the final product.

A strategic approach to producing a podcast

Podcasting is not a new way to produce content. However, it is starting to reach a growing mainstream audience as more and more average users discover shows via their smart phones. I

Less unicorns, more mountain goats

One day, my daughter asked me what I did for a living. In an attempt to explain myself to her, she stopped me in mid-sentence to exclaim, “Pops, I’ve talked to all

Reach a bigger audience with a Podcasting Strategy

There is a new trend in digital marketing connected to podcasting, and it requires some attention. Why does it require some attention? Because it can be an effective way to reach a

How to build a club website using WordPress Multisite

Now, it goes without saying that WordPress Multisite is a misunderstood and often misused creature. You often start down the WP Multisite path with good intentions, only to quickly discover how unmanageable these Monsters can become! And yet, their is power in a WordPress Multisite installation… can you feel it?

How to relaunch your web presence

Often I find myself discovering what works and does not work much faster than ever before. When it comes to sports organizations, especially ones that have a poor online presence, I find

Build a WordPress Multisite monster for multiple landing pages

Like most things in nature, there seems to be no end to the number of clever ways animals use to capture a meal. The same could be said for testing different variations

Build a WordPress Multisite monster for multiple language content

A WordPress Multisite Monster Pattern I get asked about all the time at WordCamps (Ok, I’ve only been to two WordCamps, but the question came up both times, so that counts) is

What I learned at WordCamp Hampton Roads

It was time for round two! After cutting my teeth at my first WordCamp in Asheville, North Carolina, in July 2015, it was now time to head down to to Virginia Beach,

How WordPress Multisite was forged

WordPress Multisite can be seen as the “Wizard of Oz” of WordPress. Pay no attention to the code behind the curtain! However, Jeremy Felt pulled back the curtain at WordCamp Vancouver 2015

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