WP Watercooler

Each week our host Jason Tucker and Friends discuss WordPress and how it changes our businesses and our lives. This is a lighthearted show, where education is an accidental byproduct of the entertainment

EP443 - WordPress Fields API with Scott Kingsley Clark - WPwatercooler
This week on WPwatercooler were talking with Scott Kingsley Clark about the WordPress Fields API and how you can get involved in…
EP442 - Little Contributor, Big Community: Navigating the WordPress Landscape
This week on the show Jason Cosper & Sé Reed will be joined by Courtney Robertson to talk about the scope of…
Little Plugins, Big Help
Posted by WP Watercooler on January 13, 2023 at 4:53 pm

Little Plugins, Big Help

This week on WPwatercooler we’re going back to basics and will be talking about plugins we’re using that help us in big…
Improving WPwatercooler YouTube metadata with ChatGPT #wordpress #youtube #chatgpt
After today’s video, I wanted to play around with ChatGPT and see about improving the metadata on YouTube using the content derived…
EP440 - Year in review and forward at 2023 - WPwatercooler
On our last episode in 2022, we’ll be looking back at what we have discussed on WPwatercooler in 2022 and what we…
EP439 - State of the Word 2022 Recap - WPwatercooler
This week on the show we’ll be recapping the recent State of the Word 2022 event that occurred in New York City…
EP437 - Content Creation for a WordPress Brand - WPwatercooler
This week on the show we’re talking with Doctor Popular about content creation for a WordPress brand. Doc Pop is no stranger…
EP437 - Funding the Dream with the WP Community Collective - WPwatercooler
Today we are joined by the founding directors of the WP Community Collective: Courtney Robertson, Katie Adams Farrell, and our very own…
EP436 - A New Dimension of WordPress - WPwatercooler
This week on WPwatercooler we’re discussing 3D in WordPress with Anthony Burchell Software Eng @wpengine Building platform for shared 3D experiences at…
WordPress Takes Flight: Community in a Post Twitter World
This week on WPwatercooler we’ll be discussing how Twitter has been a big part of the WordPress community space for more than…