2017’s Best WordPress Guru Blogs To Follow2 Comments
WordPress is easy-to-use CMS tool but as a newbie, you might find all the features a bit confusing. It doesn’t take much time to get familiar with desktop and publish your first post. What could help you to customize your website more quickly and keep you up-to-date are WP blogs. Which WordPress gurus is worth to follow in 2017?
Popular blog focusing on collecting and reviewing best WordPress themes & WP plugins for different usage in various online industries. They focus on premium products and helping WP users to choose the right product for them. You can’t go wrong with their selection! You’ll find affordable products with HQ code, constant updates and professional support. On their blog they cover also bunch of different topics around web designs / WordPress industry. You will find plenty of tips how to optimize you business websites in terms of design, conversion, SEO etc.
Launched in October 2013, this community-driven website is dedicated to discovering best stories every day. Its membership consists of leaders, developers and editors of all the top WordPress blogs.
Creating a membership is free and you can use your Twitter, Facebook or Google account. Registration enables you to freely share and vote on stories related to WordPress and the community. ManageWP.org reminds: „You are the reason this site exists, and it is solely based on the trust we have for our WordPress peers.“
The platform is a community-based website with several contributors from different fields of online marketing. Launched in 2003, SEJ provides search marketing content from independent and in-house experts. Search Engine Journal covers all the important trends, information, updates, strategies and personalities in the industry.
Popular SEO plugin knows how important is to optimize your website, so the crew blogs about it quite often and also consult with several big brands. The articles reach over half a million people seeking for tips and tutorials how to solve the common issues, make websites more usable, faster, more reliable which eventually ends up in growing business. Blog of Yoast covers categories such as general SEO, content SEO, usability and conversion, social media – everything you need to know to increase the number of your visitors.
Must read for every WordPress beginner! Blog guides your through very basics of WP features, tutorials help you to start your blog in few minutes. WPBeginner.com covers all the common issues you may face before you officially launch your first website. Syed Balkhi personally discovered WordPress in 2006 and started to use it for his clients as a responsible platform. In 2009, he founded WPBeginner.com with the main goal to provide high-quality tips, tricks, hacks that allow beginners to improve their sites. Currently, more than 320,000 subscribers from 190 countries trust WPBeginner’s helpful DIY tutorials and tips.
Besides an option to download WordPress or install free themes, WordPress.org is a unique source of reliable information about releases, security, updates, events, testing or community. Any user of WordPress can get involved by attending or volunteering at a WordCamps – free or low-cost gatherings organized all around the world to educate WordPress users.
Bob Dunn is passionate about WordPress and helping people to sell and grow by creating awesome content. He’s teacher, speaker, WP influencer and owner of a marketing firm. In his blog, he shares tips and tricks he found out during years of working with WP. He writes about plugins, WP insights, give advice on eCommerce.
His very special project is The WordPress eCommerce Show. The series of podcasts provide cured know-how to help people monetize their websites and grow online stores.
Open source for themes, plugins and content related to WordPress. Articles are full of useful tips, guides and hacks how to improve your website, grow your business and success. WPExplorer also offers several themes (free & paid) and plugins to customized your website.
The story of WordPress Tavern is dated back in 2008 when Kyle Eslick published a blog post offering the domain names WordPressTavern.com and WPTavern.com for sale. Jeff Chandler contacted Kyle regarding the domains in December of 2008, acquired the domains and in January 2009 launched WordPress Tavern. A site is focused on all things related to WordPress. WordPress users can discuss with other enthusiasts in the enlarging community. WordPress Tavern also offers a chance for writers to contribute and cover a wide spectrum of topics.
WordPress developer Kris Hoja is blogging about news, share tips, tutorials and reviews of themes and plugins. If you’d like to contribute, 87 Studios accepts guest posts about WordPress, Ghost or blogging and as a reward, you’ll get no follow link in the article and in the author’s bio.
11. Tom McFarlin
Tom is a self-employed developer using WordPress to create solutions for clients such as web applications, sites, themes, plugins. His blog is a platform where he shares articles, notes, tips, resources and thoughts and advise for WordPress users. Most of the topics are related to WordPress and web development and Tom makes sure to update his website at least five times a week. Besides the blog, Tom is a contributor to the WordPress community and other blogs, where he helps with various tutorials and tips.
12. Chris Lema
The speaker, presenter and author of several eBooks and online courses is a valuable member of WordPress community. His blog is full of interesting insights and information Chris writes everyday. By providing a leadership and consultancy he helps companies to improve their marketing message a product development.
Chris is also excellent speaker at various WordPress events. As he says “I’m a public speaker that has made audiences laugh every 4 minutes.” Browse through his blog and you’ll find a rich source of knowledge he gathered for years in WordPress ecosystem.
13. Remi Corson
If you are a developer interested in plugin development and eCommerce, Remi’s blog will be wealthy source of interesting insights. He’s fulltime member of team behind WooCommerce for WordPress and creator of plugin WPdonations. He often attends WordPress related event around the world.