Collaborating between WordPress companies

July 12, 2022 00:03:17
Collaborating between WordPress companies
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Guest host Andrew Palmer is back to address the topic of collaboration.

His company Bertha recently collaborated with Yoast to forge a powerful combination of AI + SEO for WordPress. If you've been on the fence about collaborating with others, there's no better time than now to start! Enjoy Andrew's -- or it is Bertha's? -- take on collaborating in WordPress!

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