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“Mesa called Jar Jar Binks, mesa your humble servant!“

Okay, the first guest of the new year isn’t actually Jar Jar, but he’s kind of silly like him. His name is Matt Giovanisci and he once coded his own version of WordPress by accident. Today’s episode is interesting because Matt’s take on building WordPress sites will make you think. He urges founders not to put all of their eggs in one pool (get it?) and not to think of WP sites just in terms of MRR and ARR, but also like an investor would a stock in the stock market. You don’t want to miss this!

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