Interview with Kim Gjerstad of MailPoet @ WordCamp Paris

MailPoet (fomerly known as WYSIJA) might arguably be the most popular newsletter plugin for WordPress. At WordCamp Paris we’ve had the pleasure to talk with Kim Gjerstad, founder of and partner at MailPoet, about his views on all things WordPress, particularly multilingual content.

For better context make sure to check out the slides to Kim’s presentation Vivre d’une extension? L’exemple de MailPoet.

Thanks a bunch for the interview, Kim!

Video set and camera: Déborah Donnier, Aurélien Denis, Adrian Koss – thanks again!

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Caspar has contributed to customer happiness at MarketPress. When he’s not providing plugin and theme support, he can be found at WordCamps and other community events.

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