When I started using WordPress, I knew next to nothing about working with this blogging tool. I discovered many of its features through trial and error (more error than anything). Over time and weary from my own continuous falling into potholes, I learned that there are people out in blogging land who really do know there stuff when it comes to the wild, WordPress world. Here are 5 fellow bloggers whose WordPress advice is well worth checking out.
1. WPBeginner-This site may indicate it is for beginners, but I find the tips here to be helpful for bloggers at all stages of WordPress use except the highly advanced. Content on the site is easily searchable and advice is offered on a wide range of topics. Love the glossary that familiarizes you with WordPress terms. Check out these great examples of articles from the site:
2. Amy Lynn Andrews-With lots of smarts and a knack for explaining things, Amy Lynn’s WordPress Basics, Design, Mechanics, and Plug Ins posts are chock full of great intel that won’t take you a computer science degree to decipher. Be sure to check out:
3. Blondish.Net-Along with her other super intriguing posts about blogging, search engine optimization, social media, and web design, Nile posts an article two or three times a month specifically about WordPress topics. Enjoy exploring her site and don’t miss her articles such as:
4. Lorelle on WP-Lorelle has more than a decade of experience with WordPress and her posts reflect it. She offers advice for all levels of expertise, from beginner to pro in an easy to navigate format. Have a look at:
5. WP Kube-A team of folks contribute lots of good content to this site. Find detailed tutorials, news and plugin recommendations all in one place. The Beginners Guide articles are particularly helpful for bloggers new to or considering WordPress. You won’t want to miss:
How to Improve the Speed of Your WordPress Site—The Ultimate Guide
How to Scan Your WordPress Site for Malware and Threats
WordPress Categories & Tags: Are They Actually Necessary and How Should You Use Them?
With the help of these five experts, your learning curve with WordPress is sure to be a lot shorter and a lot less painful than mine has been. Know of experts that you would add to the list. Please leave a comment below.
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