No Treble was at a crossroads. So I reluctantly decided to ask for help. The community rallied beyond my wildest expectations.
No Treble connected me with Jody Miller and Marc Stranger years ago, and I’ve had the opportunity to hang out with them during the NAMM Show. These two are a couple of awesome guys, and great for the bass playing community. They invited me to join them for their “Bass Nerds” podcast.
For over 4 decades, I’ve been a huge fan of Geddy Lee. We had the chance to interview Geddy for No Treble’s podcast, then he started following and sharing our posts on social. I’m still geeking out.
KiKi L’Italien’s excellent Association Chat podcast kicked off a new special edition monthly episode (in video format). I was fortunate to be the first guest of this exciting new series.
I was selected to be the keynote speaker at KiKi L’Italien’s BOLD event, an association-focused event on community building and more.
Today is my 50th birthday. In a way, I’m a little stunned. How did this happen? I decided to take a look back with this list.
WordCamp Baltimore has always been a favorite one of mine. I was thrilled to be a speaker this year, covering an important subject for people who build custom CMS solutions. Here’s a recap.
James Newcomb recently had me back on as a guest on his MusicPreneur podcast. This time around, we discussed one of my favorite musicians of all time: Jaco Pastorius.
I started Coreyweb as an independent consultancy. Later, it became a full-blown web design and development agency. I met Knucklepuck’s CEO Brett Snyder in 2017, and we started working together and hit it off. In 2018, we decided Knucklepuck would acquire Coreyweb.
WP Elevation Podcast host Kristina Romero and I were both speakers at the 2017 WordCamp Baltimore event, and in between talks, we sat down to record an episode for WP Elevation.
I met Liam Dempsey and Tara Claeys at different times and different WordCamps. Both are active volunteers in the WordPress community and a connector of people. So it was no surprise to find out they had teamed up to do a WordPress-focused podcast known as Hallway Chats. Liam and Tara were kind enough to have me on as a guest.
WordCamp Baltimore is one of my favorite WordCamps. This year, I spoke on setting up a WordPress site and building traffic through integrating social, email and community to reach your intended audience. Here’s the video of my talk.