Hey Divi Nation,
Here at Quiroz.Co, we continue to update our Divi resources, add new tutorials and offer free support (thanks to Jerry) for all our tutorials. We also have a number of exciting new things in store for this coming year.
Meanwhile, over on Monterey Premier, home of The Divi Marketplace and Engaging WorkLife Blog, we are adding new articles, vendors, and products every week.
With so many new tutorials, resources, articles, vendors, & products being added to Monterey Premier & Quiroz.co each week, I know it’s hard to keep track. Not to mention all the other collaborations we are engaging in with Elegant Themes, Divi.Chat, and more.
Although we have been publishing a weekly round-up for our email subscribers on Monterey Premier for quite some time, I have decided to publish a weekly round-up of all things Geno Quiroz here on my blog as well.
So without further ado, here’s the latest…
NEW ON THE QUIROZ.CO BLOG
WordPress Development Q&A for WP Carey School of Business ASU
Phil Simon is an award-winning author, engaging keynote speaker, and now as of 2016, a faculty member/lecturer at W.P. Carey School of Business (ASU). He invited me to record a short 20-minute guest lecture on WordPress Development and my experience as a web designer for his class.
Divi Chat EP05 – Effective Design Principles with Divi
In this episode, we have guest host John Wooten of Artillery Media and Elegant Child Themes and chat about design principles. If you’ve ever seen or used the Josefin or Anthem Divi child themes then you’ve seen his beautiful work in action. We discuss methods and practices used in the design process, like wireframes and mockup tools.
NEW IN THE DIVI MARKETPLACE
Page Builder Everywhere is a plugin for extending the Divi Page Builder outside of it’s usual usage. PBE let’s you create your own headers, footer & sidebars, as well as pushing layouts to areas you couldn’t before, such as category pages, archives, search pages, 404 error pages & custom post types such as WooCommerce pages.
Get it now for only $14
Cleanly is a simple and elegant multipurpose Divi child theme. Built with Cleaning Services Companies in mind, but it can be easily adapted for any type of business with a feminine touch.
Get it now for only $97
Gardenly is a clean and simple Divi child theme built for Landscaping Companies, Lawn Services Business, Groundskeepers, Landscape Architects, Gardeners and companies that offer related services – but it can be easily adapted for any type of service business.
Get it now for only $97
Forget Me Not-Floral is a premium Divi child theme that caters to the clothing boutique industry.
Get it now for only $139
NEW ON ENGAGING WORKLIFE
Steps to Self-Publishing
By Dana Damato
Publishing a book isn’t the easiest thing to do. Most of the time, once someone has written the book, they aren’t exactly sure what to do after. Do they call a publisher? Sure, but good luck getting them to publish and distribute it! So for that reason, self-publishing has become the “go-to” for writers in this day and age. So, when you’re ready to start writing and publishing your book, be sure to follow these steps to make sure you’re doing it right…
8 Reasons Your Business Needs Video Marketing
By Dana Damato
There’s no denying that video marketing is one of the latest trends in promotion. If you’ve been thinking about the idea of using videos, but never really saw the need for it, we can assure you that it is definitely something you should be doing. Video marketing is one of the most profitable and versatile marketing tools out there today. Want to learn more? Check out eight reasons why video marketing will help increase both sales and exposure:
How I Left My Job to Be My Own Boss
By Randy Brown
For as long as I can remember I’ve wanted to be my own boss. Even if I enjoyed the work I was doing for someone else, I wanted to do the work as my own boss. In 2014 I left my stable job as an Industrial Engineer and became a freelance writer. I didn’t have any contacts, clients, or even an idea of what I would be writing. It was the best move I’ve ever made. Here’s how I left my job to be my own boss.
Well, That’s all for now. See you next week.