Podcast Episode 15 – GoDaddy’s Christopher Carfi on Selling Website Themes and Plug-ins

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Episode #15: GoDaddy’s Christopher Carfi on designers selling website themes, plug-ins and more

Is it really possible to make a living selling website themes and plug-ins? And if you’re a designer with an idea for one of these widgets, how do you develop it? How do you market it? In this HOWLive podcast, Ilise Benun, founder of Marketing-Mentor.com and Partner for HOW Design Live’s new Creative Entrepreneur program, tackles those questions (and more!) with Christopher Carfi, GoDaddy’s product evangelist, who supports the designers and developers who support small business.

 

About Christopher Carfi:carfi-HiDPI

A veteran of both startups and the enterprise, Christopher Carfi has a deep track record in developing customer community and evangelist programs for brands such as Adobe, H&R Block and Aruba Networks, while holding executive positions at Ant’s Eye View and Edelman Digital. He was a co-founder and CEO at Cerado and he currently heads up the technical community and developer evangelism for GoDaddy.

 

 


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