Speaking at WordCamp Belgrade This Weekend

When Marko came for WordCamp Sofia in 2013, I promised that I’ll make it possible to attend the first WordCamp in Serbia as well. Despite of our crazy work weeks lately, I had to make it work so there we go So Stanko and I are attending WordCamp Belgrade this weekend. I’ll be presenting about Building a WordPress […]

Why “WordPress Expert” is Not a Real Title?

While discussing the WordPress industry and the rest of the business world, my friend Ajay reminded me of why “WordPress Expert” is not a real title. His comment made me think about the misconception of “expertism” that seems to be getting popularity around the WordPress experts who offer their services: The issue with the WordPress […]

The WordPress Industry Is Just As Every Other Field

After I shared my thoughts on WordPress job titles and skills and wrote about various problems with various WordPress estimates, I keep reading comments about our industry and other fields – different IT specialties, automobile mechanics, doctors and more. In general, whilst WordPress is a fairly unique and great platform with a powerful community behind it, it’s no […]

The Problem With Having To Educate Your Customers

John Locke wrote an article named “There are no Clients from Hell” referring to the popular site for freelancers – Clients From Hell. I’ve been following the site for some time and there are plenty of educational stories, both for freelancers and clients. What John says in his post is: This site encourages the idea […]

Introverts Are Great In Sales And Marketing

Despite of my tendency to get involved with public speaking at conferences and universities and being a band member, I tend to define myself as an introvert. I don’t enjoy large crowds and clubs full of people, and I have a small circle of people that I stay in touch with on a daily basis. Plus, […]