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Jarrett Gucci also know in the WordPress support world as Quicksilver has the superhuman ability to troubleshoot WordPress issues at great speeds. He is the product of a genetic experimentation with the goal of solving WordPress issues as fast as possible. Jarrett Gucci is most commonly know as the owner and founder of WP Fix It where he and his superhero team have serviced over 232,000 WordPress issues since 2009.
WordPress – NOT JUST SOFTWARE BUT LIFEWARE

WordPress – NOT JUST SOFTWARE BUT LIFEWARE

Hello. My name is Jarrett Gucci and I am the owner and founder of WP Fix It. A few years ago I did a keynote presentation at WordCamp St Louis about how WordPress is not just software but what I like to call "LIFEWARE". I have a very strong belief that using WordPress...

How to Deliver a RockStar WordCamp Presentation

How to Deliver a RockStar WordCamp Presentation

Hello Jarrett Gucci here, owner and founder of WP Fix It and very excited presenter at many many WordCamps over the past 10+ years. I wanted to put together a post on the five things that I focus on most to deliver an amazing WordCamp presentation in hopes of helping...

My Siteground Hosting Review and Why I Would Trust My Kids With Them

My Siteground Hosting Review and Why I Would Trust My Kids With Them

WE ARE THE RECOMMENDED SUPPORT PARTNER OFSUPPORT PARTNER OFSo first let me start by introducing myself. My name is Jarrett Gucci and I am the Founder and Owner of WP Fix It. I really hope the title of this article grabbed your attention a bit. It is a very meaningful...

I am only an A$$ on Facebook but not in real life…

I am only an A$$ on Facebook but not in real life…

Yes indeed, the incredible and magnificent world of Facebook. This particular platform has been a massive part of both my business and personal life since 2009. I have used the personal side of Facebook to share life events and mainly pictures of the pack of girls my...

4 Things You Should Never Do When Presenting at WordCamp

4 Things You Should Never Do When Presenting at WordCamp

One of the greatest things you can do to give back to the WordPress community is applying to speak a WordCamp event. WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress...

When was the last time you said THANK YOU

When was the last time you said THANK YOU

Yes, I like to think that I am a SUPER AWESOME WordPress Ninja but... The reality is that I would be almost nothing without the wonderful world of plugins out there that make achieving complex functionality possible with a download and a few clicks. Do we ever really...

The Secret Meaning of WordPress

The Secret Meaning of WordPress

If you are anything like me, then you LOVE taking a word and turning it into a acronym. I thought I would do this with the word WORDPRESS and give you 2 versions. The 1st acronym will describe how lovely it is and the second will describe exactly what makes it...

WordPress is Not Just Software but LIFEWARE!

WordPress is Not Just Software but LIFEWARE!

Hello!  Jarrett Gucci here, Owner and Founder of WP Fix It.  I recently gave a keynote presentation at a WordCamp in St. Louis and below is my opening statement and full recording.  This was so much fun and my main focus was to open the minds of WordPress users to...

Best Set of WordPress Tools Everyone Needs to Give Support

Best Set of WordPress Tools Everyone Needs to Give Support

WordPress is a POWERHOUSE platform that can make all of your web dreams come true but it does need support from time to time. Having the right set of WordPress Tools is critical to providing good support. Your WordPress Support Toolkit can be broken up into 3...

Creating a Blogging Schedule Using The 20/30 Rule

Creating a Blogging Schedule Using The 20/30 Rule

Ever thought about creating a Blogging Schedule to really take your blog to the next level? If you have you maybe asked yourself “How many post per week or month should I write?”. This is a tricky question and I want to help answer it with a method I developed called...