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Friday Podcast: Blogging Strategies With Brian Gardner

brian gardnerBrian Garnder is known as the creator of the popular WordPress theme, Revolution.

In a recent blog post, he mentioned that Revolution arose out of a site design which had been rejected by a real estate client.

Good thing too, because it’s gone on to be one of the most popular magazine-style WordPress templates.

I invited Brian on to the Friday Podcast and we talked about:

  • How he got started in online marketing 2 years ago
  • Balancing blog design and blog usability to build user stickiness
  • How you can test out new templates on your blog before you go live with them
  • Tips on becoming more efficient with your blog
  • Shifting his business model from a paid premium blog template now to an open source business model in November

Check out the podcast below:

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Important note: The Revolution themes will only be available till Oct 31st, so you should get them before they’re taken off the market.

3 comments on Friday Podcast: Blogging Strategies With Brian Gardner

  1. webhosting
    October 20, 2008 at 2:05 pm (4361 days ago)

    A great man!

  2. MLRebecca
    October 21, 2008 at 3:39 am (4361 days ago)

    Great podcast, Andrew! I am a big fan of WordPress, and in particular, the wide range of themes available for Worpress blogs. The Revolution theme looks very sleek, and I enjoyed hearing from the mastermind behind the theme! Thanks for posting!

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