Recently I was looking into what make the WordPress Community so effective. Lots of companies would love to have anything like the WP Community as the power behind their offerings. After some diligent Googling around and a little chat with ChatGPT I didn’t find much that would explain why the WordPress Community is successful by
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I don’t just write articles for my blog about WordPress, I’m hired to write for others too. Here is a pretty up-to-date list of the articles I have written. Contact me if youwould like me to write WordPress cotnet for your website.
There’s nothing like an engaging screencast video to help prospective and current customers with your WordPress service, plugin or theme. An explainer video should focus on two things: Having made and seen my fair share of WordPress videos I have some advice on what to do and, as importantly, what not to do. My advice
With WC EU now a bit in the rearview mirror I’ve had some time to reflect on what may have been a life-changing event. If it’s possible, I am more connected now to the WordPress Project and the WP Community than ever before. How could I not be? The WP Community was something I have
A couple of years ago I was watching a live stream from Paris. It was WordCamp Europe 2017. Or maybe it was WordCamp 2018 from Belgrade? Or maybe, WC EU coming from Berlin? Looking back, it doesn’t really matter. All I thought was, “Wouldn’t it be cool to go to WordCamp Europe one day?” Anywhere
I’ve seen more than a client or two get the site-launch jitters just as it’s time to reveal their web site for all the world to see. Usually, the problem is that the client is concerned that the site is not perfect. As it has been said by others, “Don’t let perfection be the enemy