One Quick Question — A New Podcast

Our clients are the heart of our business, and we want you to understand our process and everything it entails. So we’re excited to announce our newest venture: a podcast called One Quick Question.

The world of websites entails so many elements — from content to design to development, the process can seem overwhelming if you don’t know much about it. Our clients are the heart of our business, and we want you to understand our process and everything it entails. 

So we’re excited to announce our newest venture: a podcast called One Quick Question. Our concise, quick episodes will feature website experts answering questions. But instead of speaking in dev-talk, we’ll speak human — demystifying confusing terms and concepts in a way that’s easy to understand. Here are a few things we share in the first few episodes:

  • Learn about widgets and plugins from Brad
  • Talk Google Analytics with Pam
  • See how an intranet works with Stuckey

One Quick Question is hosted by Carrie Rollwagen, our Vice President of Strategic Planning. Most of our clients know Carrie from her Lunch & Learn trainings, and she’s also the host of the Localist podcast.

We see this as an opportunity to familiarize our clients and the WordPress community with what we do in a deeper sense, so you’ll be on your way to understanding the ins and outs of your website in no time. Click here to listen online, or search for us wherever you listen to podcasts.

Alana has always had a love for writing and all things creative. She recently graduated from UAB with a degree in Marketing and concentration in social media management, and she now carries her passion into her position at Infomedia as Content Specialist. When she’s not typing up copy for a client’s website or providing a continuous supply of pink Starbursts to her officemates, you can find Alana hanging out with her friends and her tuxedo cat, Iver. She also enjoys singing and playing guitar, listening to true crime podcasts, and compiling her “one second every day” video. 


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