Transparency is very important to WP Media. We’re going to talk about our SecuPress experience and why we decided to release ownership of SecuPress.
Transparency is very important to WP Media. We have learned a lot from other start-ups such as Buffer and Baremetrics who often share about the management and the philosophy of their company. This culture of transparency was so inspiring that we applied it to our own company. Through articles or conferences, we try to share our own experience on this subject so we can help other start-ups too.
Being transparent helps create good team cohesion, attract good candidates while recruiting, communicate about your company and much more.
We frequently write articles about our income, our strategies of acquisition or even product development management. We often talk about our successes, but less about our failures (except for the change of payback policy for WP Rocket).
Some people think it’s easier to talk about success. It’s always less complicated to talk about our company when it generates income and that everything’s going just fine. Well, they’re completely right!
Today, we’re going to talk about our SecuPress experience.
WP Media recently made the most important decision since its creation. It’s about giving up a product and refocusing on what we’re