What Should an Author Bio Block Look Like?

Joshua Wold, co-representative for the WordPress design team, shared an early exploration of an author card block. Community members explored … Continue reading What Should an Author Bio Block Look Like? →

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One-Time vs. Recurring Payments for WordPress Products

Jeff Starr posed the question at Digging into WordPress: Which Pricing Model Do You Prefer: One-Time or Recurring? It is … Continue reading One-Time vs. Recurring Payments for WordPress Products →

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WordPress Businesses Should Send Out Press Releases

I have only been on the job for less than two months. In that time, one thing has become abundantly clear. The largest companies in the WordPress ecosystem send out press releases to news organizations such as WP Tavern. Small businesses may send an email with few details. Others send (more…)

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Product Reviews in the WordPress Ecosystem: Honesty and Genuine Experiences

I don’t write fluff pieces. I call ’em like I see ’em. If your project is a dumpster fire, I’m going to say it’s a dumpster fire. Whenever someone comes to me in hopes that I review their product, I give them some form of the preceding paragraph. It doesn’t (more…)

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The Evolution of Anonymity in the Internet Age

As a child of the ’90s, I was growing up in one of the largest transitional periods in human history. The Internet Age was upon us. I was born and raised in a small community in rural Alabama. The country. The backwoods. To give you an idea of how small (more…)

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