WordPress, Pico, Stripe, Mailchimp, Newsletter Glue, Captivate
Intermediate (low-code required)
For those who want to:
Jacob Donnelly, GM of B2B at Morning Brew, recently left Substack and rebuilt his subscription-based publication with WordPress. His realized his publication, A Media Operator, was much more than just a newsletter.
He needed a tech stack that could support A Media Operator's growth, and give him the ability to;
Jacob eventually landed on the following tech stack:
In these tutorials, we are going to show you how to achieve this same functionality.
Many thanks to Mark Bowley, a Makerpad Creator in Residence, for researching this tutorial.
There are many ways to get started with WordPress, but the easiest way is to purchase web hosting and a domain to create a WordPress website. In this tutorial, we show you a quick way to install, host, and launch your WordPress site using a service called SiteGround.
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