To locate blogs with content of interest to you:
- Use Google search (replace “topic” with any keyword) topic site:wordpress.com.
- Use WordPress.com search > http://en.support.wordpress.com/wordpresscom-search/
- Use Global tags searches > http://en.support.wordpress.com/global-tags/
- 1 How do I find blogs to follow on WordPress?
- 2 How do I find someone’s blog?
- 3 Are WordPress blogs searchable?
- 4 What happens if I follow a blog?
- 5 How do I find blogs on Blogger?
- 6 Where can I find blogs to read?
- 7 How do I search blogs on Google?
- 8 How do I find my WordPress blog on Google?
- 9 Why can’t I find my WordPress blog on Google?
- 10 How do I find my old WordPress blog?
- 11 How do I follow a blog without RSS?
- 12 What is the best way to read blogs?
- 13 Where can I follow blogs?
- 14 How to search for blogs
- 15 How do I even find other related blogs
- 16 how do people find my blog?
- 17 How to find new blogs?
- 18 My Blogs
- 19 How can I view other people’s blogs I am new to this
- 20 Search WordPress.com
- 21 How to Create a Separate Page for Blog Posts in WordPress
- 22 26 Best WordPress Blogs on the Web
- 23 BobWP
- 24 CatsWhoCode
- 25 CodeinWP
- 26 Elegant Themes
- 27 Kinsta
- 28 Layout by Flywheel
- 29 ManageWP
- 30 Ma.tt
- 31 Pagely
- 32 Post Status
- 33 Smashing Magazine
- 34 Sucuri
- 35 Torque by WP Engine
- 36 WooCommerce
- 37 Wordfence
- 38 WordPress.org
- 39 WPBeginner
- 40 WP Buffs
- 41 WPEka
- 42 WPExplorer
- 43 WPKube
- 44 WPLift
- 45 WP Mayor
- 46 WPMU DEV
- 47 WordPress Tavern
- 48 Yoast SEO
- 49 Wrapping Up
- 50 How to Find Out Who Owns a WordPress Blog
- 51 Blog Tool, Publishing Platform, and CMS
- 52 Trusted by the Best
- 53 Powerful Features
- 54 Get Started with WordPress
- 55 16 Excellent WordPress Blogs to Follow Right Now
- 56 Our Favorite WordPress Blogs We Think You Should Follow
- 57 1. WPBeginner
- 58 2. WP Mayor
- 59 3. WP Tavern
- 60 4. Yoast
- 61 5. WPMU Dev Blog
- 62 6. ManageWP Blog
- 63 7. WP Shout
- 64 8. WPLift
- 65 9. WPExplorer
- 66 10. Elegant Themes Blog
- 67 11. WP Solver
- 68 12. SiteSaga
- 69 13. Sitepoint
- 70 14. Smashing Magazine
- 71 15. Tuts+
- 72 16. WP Kube
- 73 Final Thoughts
- 74 45 Amazing WordPress Blogs You Should Follow
- 75 1. WPExplorer
- 76 2. Elegant Themes
- 77 3. Chris Lema
- 78 4. WP Setup
- 79 5. WPLift
- 80 6. WinningWP
- 81 7. WP Tavern
- 82 8. WPEka
- 83 9. WPKube
- 84 10. WPMU DEV Blog
- 85 11. BobWP
- 86 12. ManageWP Blog
- 87 13. WP Mayor
- 88 14. WPBeginner
- 89 15. SitePoint
- 90 16. CodeinWP
- 91 17. WP Superstars
- 92 18. ThemeShaper
- 93 19. Torque
- 94 20. Tuts+
- 95 21. Cats Who Code
- 96 22. WP Arena
- 97 23. Elementor
- 98 24. 1stWebDesigner
- 99 25. Woorkup
- 100 26. WPShout
- 101 27. Kinsta
- 102 28. Colorlib
- 103 29. Narrowem
- 104 30. Cloudways
- 105 31. Yoast SEO
- 106 32. Carrie Dils
- 107 33. Envato
- 108 34. Media Temple
- 109 35. Anariel Design
- 110 36. MonsterPost
- 111 37. WordPress.org
- 112 38. WPBlog
- 113 39. The WP Chick
- 114 40. Rich Tabor Blog
- 115 41. WPLeaders
- 116 42. WPBuffs
- 117 43. CollectiveRay
- 118 44. WebCreate.Me
- 119 45. WPFame
- 120 46. Ma.tt
How do I find blogs to follow on WordPress?
How do I even find other related blogs
- Hello there, You can use tag search. Enter a tag here https://wordpress.com/
- Or simply create relevant URLs like these: https://wordpress.com/tag/emigration.
- For more read https://onecoolsite.wordpress.com/2014/01/20/finding-blogs-with-similar-content/
How do I find someone’s blog?
If that doesn’t work, you can find the blog with a search engine; just enter the company or person’s name followed by the word blog. Some sites put their blog at the end of the domain name, such as example.com/blog. A simple web search for Google’s official blog shows that you can find it at blog.
Are WordPress blogs searchable?
NOTE: The WordPress.com search engine indexes post, pages, and comments content (body text). Unless entered as text in those contents, blog name, post titles, and post/comment author names are not indexed.
What happens if I follow a blog?
Follow a blog Your Google profile, including your name and profile photo, will show up publicly as a follower of a blog when you use the Followers gadget. You can change your Google profile any time. To follow a blog anonymously, follow it from the Blogger dashboard or the Settings menu.
How do I find blogs on Blogger?
Now you can go to any Blogger profile page (start with your own, or perhaps another popular blogger’s) and follow any of the links on the page to get a list of other bloggers with the same industry, occupation, location, interest, or favorite book, movie, or music.
Where can I find blogs to read?
You can read blogs on google. Search about any of your interesting topic & go on related website. U can also read blogs of many people by visiting their Instagram profile. You can read blogs anywhere on the internet.
How do I search blogs on Google?
If you are on the Google homepage and type a search query into the search field, you can then focus on blogs under the menu “More.” Google will then only display blogs that match this query and have already been indexed. The search options can then be further defined with a few clicks.
How do I find my WordPress blog on Google?
To locate blogs with content of interest to you:
- Use Google search (replace “topic” with any keyword) topic site:wordpress.com.
- Use WordPress.com search > http://en.support.wordpress.com/wordpresscom-search/
- Use Global tags searches > http://en.support.wordpress.com/global-tags/
Why can’t I find my WordPress blog on Google?
Step 1: Check WordPress Settings for Search Engine Visibility. You can check this by going to Settings » Reading page and scrolling down to the Search Engine Visibility option. Make sure to remove the check mark from this option, so search engines can crawl your website.
How do I find my old WordPress blog?
To use this tool, navigate to the Wayback Machine website, enter the website URL you want to check, and click ‘Browse History’. Then, it’ll show you a graph of the different dates where website copies were made. You can click the top bar to sort by different years.
How do I follow a blog without RSS?
How to follow a website that does not support RSS
- Click on “Add feed” and choose “Website” as a source.
- Enter the URL you wish to follow and submit.
- Pick the element on the page you wish to monitor.
- Name your feed, add filters, and everything else.
What is the best way to read blogs?
RSS Feeds Usually, images and video still show up, but any special thematic formatting (e.g. colors and fonts) the blogger has used is standardized and simplified. The two most popular ways to access RSS feeds are in your browser or through an RSS Reader.
Where can I follow blogs?
Blogspot is one of the most popular blogging platforms online, so there’s a good chance that you want to follow a few of them. While many Blogspot blogs have a Follow button that allows you to quickly add them to your reading list, many other Blogspot blogs don’t have one.
How to search for blogs
- It is difficult to find the search functionality (if there is one) on AuthorPosts. Only my website appears on the screen – or information on how to start your own website or blog if I log out of my account. I’m not naive, but this does not make sense to me. Please let me know. The blog I’m looking for assistance with is: chriscapellemac.wordpress.com. See: Reader – Finding and Following Blogs for more information. Here are some examples of URLs that may be used to do a tag search: All that has to be done is to alter the keywords for the subject at the end of the URL to reflect the new information. There are a variety of alternative methods and techniques for locating websites with comparable information, and you will find them detailed below: Identifying blogs that have similar content PLEASE NOTE: The WordPress.com search engine scans the content of posts, pages, and comments (body text). The blog name, post titles, and post/comment author names are not indexed unless they are entered as text on those contents pages. Thank you so much for your prompt answer! In other words, if I understand you well, there is no search area on any WordPress page
- Therefore, in order to search for a blog, you must effectively input a URL (such as the ones you provided as examples) in order to search. You will either have to leave your current page to search, or you will be need to open a new browser window (or tab) to do your search. May I inquire as to whether you are seeking for a way to search for a certain blog? If this is the case, the search widget, if one has been installed, may prove handy. For my part, I utilize Google search and DuckDuckGo, both of which deliver results in a short amount of time. It isn’t solely for my benefit. If someone is using WordPress and wants to search for blogs, there isn’t a straightforward way to do so. I would have thought there would be a search feature to aid in navigating through all of the WordPress blogs. Understand I spend my livelihood dealing with Macintosh computers, and it’s possible that I’m pampered since Apple creates products that are easy to use. I’m attempting to look at other blogs in order to obtain ideas for themes, layouts, and other such things, but nothing appears to be readily available. I don’t use it very much. For themes, you may also utilize the find a theme button, which will take you to a page where you can search for themes. Otherwise, I would conduct a Google search and have a response in a matter of seconds. Alternatively, I would utilize DuckDuckGo, which allows me to keep my searches secret while still receiving results in seconds. AuthorPosts
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Here are some suggestions for improving website traffic. No one who claims that there are passive techniques to raise traffic should be listened to if you want more visitors to your website. Increasing the amount of visitors to a blog takes time and effort. It all starts with creating and publishing original content posts (not pages), which is content that is not available anywhere else on the internet. If you want your blog to rank well in search engine results and attract traffic from the SERPs (search engine page results), then you must first create and publish original content posts (not pages).
- You should not stop there if you are a WordPress.com blogger since the standard mistake new bloggers do here is concentrating just on generating traffic from this site alone.
- These five videos explain how Google discovers, crawls, and indexes the pages of your website, as well as how Google shows those pages in search results.
- If you are utilizing a WordPress.com theme, effective search engine optimization is a forgone conclusion.
- Whether you produce informative, compelling, or contentious material, understanding how search engines function and how to apply basic SEO to your content can help your blog since it will boost traffic from targeted readers, which will benefit your site.
- 12 Tips for Increasing the Position of Search Queries in the Results Page.
- Using Social Media in a Common Sense Manner Mistakes made on social media platforms.
- Do you want to hear what people think about your blog?
You may obtain input from our Community Pool, which is as follows: As an added bonus, if you merely want to interact with other bloggers and be inspired, as well as promote your brand and learn insider secrets from the guys that bring you WordPress.com, have a look at our Blogging University, which can be found here: Blogging University Take a look at these other resources:
how do people find my blog?
Dear Sir or Madam, You have only published a single piece of writing. When you start a new blog and/or re-index content under a new URL, it might take several weeks for search engines to index your content. Rather than pages, search engines are drawn to original information contained in posts (as opposed to pages), which cannot be found anywhere else on the internet. Start posting unique content pieces as soon as possible, at least twice a week, if not three times a week. For additional information on how to expedite indexing, please see this article.
- Please keep in mind that even if you do not validate your blog, the material will be indexed by search engines, so there is no need to be concerned about this.
- The creation of a collection of original material, the promotion of that content, and the acquisition of followers all take time and work.
- It is by leaving comments on other blogs with comparable material that traffic to your own site is encouraged to flow, and I feel that this will benefit you.
- Tips from the staff on how to increase traffic include: No one who claims that there are passive techniques to raise traffic should be listened to if you want more visitors to your website.
- If you want your blog to rank well in search engine results, the first step is to create and publish original content articles (not pages), which is content that is not available anywhere else on the internet.
- See How to Identify the People Who Will Read Your Blog These five videos explain how Google discovers, crawls, and indexes the pages of your website, as well as how Google shows those pages in search results.
- If you are utilizing a WordPress.com theme, effective search engine optimization is a forgone conclusion.
- Whether you produce informative, compelling, or contentious material, understanding how search engines function and how to apply basic SEO to your content can help your blog since it will boost traffic from targeted readers, which will benefit your site.
- Using Social Media in a Common Sense Manner
How to find new blogs?
As much as I appreciate Freshly Pressed for providing me with a plethora of high-quality blogs to read, I truly wish there was a daily or monthly list of new sites to check out. Or maybe there is and I’m just not aware of it.? I’ve tried a couple different searches without success. This would, in my opinion, serve the dual function of promoting new WordPress features to other WP users while also assisting new blogs in getting off the ground. When you’re new to blogging, it might be upsetting to see your page views drop to zero day after day.
- I just had an idea.
- I, too, would want to be notified when new blogs are published.
- See: Find Friends Who Use WordPress1 for more information.
- For those who do not have WordPress.com accounts, you may add a follow button to the bottom right hand corner of your site by following the instructions here.
- Social networking is strictly a give-and-take situation.
- The most effective strategy to attract comments on your own articles is to leave thoughtful comments on blogs that have material that is comparable to what you have on your own blog.
- The content of posts, pages, and comments are all indexed by the WordPress.com search engine (body text).
To search on Google, use the following format, replacing the term “keyword” with whatever word you want: Example of a search string: site:wordpress.com/Keyword WordPress.com is the official website of Queen Victoria.
… Just think about what it would do to my procrastination tactics at the office!
The same goes for me; I’d love to meet folks who have similar interests to mine.
Please tuck me in at your convenience.
1073224 With the help of globalpremiere and getrudet, I’m hoping to locate individuals who share my passions.
Welcome to the world of new bloggers.
It is not permitted to establish follow me posts in this forum.
This is something I’m sure I’ve mentioned before. This Ideas Forum is for submitting thoughts and proposals for WordPress.com changes that can be considered by the WordPress.com team (widgets, features, functions, etc.)
A list of WordPress.com blogs that you may contribute to and/or modify can be found in theMy Blogssection of your Dashboard. It is possible to learn how to access it as well as how to move, conceal, or abandon blogs by visiting theMy Blogssection. The following is a table of contents: To access this, simply click on your profile photo in the upper right corner of the screen and then on “Manage Blogs,” as seen in the screenshot below.
My User Roles
You may publish content and modify the settings of a site based on your user role (Contributor, Author, Editor, or Administrator), which is determined by your user role. Only blog administrators have the ability to modify user roles. ↑ Section I: Table of Contents
My Blogs Dashboard Visibility
If you don’t want a site to appear on your My Sites page, in the admin bar, or under the My Blogs tab of the WordPress.com home page (for example, if you don’t need to access it on a regular basis), you can hide or make a blog visible on your Dashboard by selecting Show or Hide from the Dashboard drop-down menu. Go to your profile (by clicking on your name in the top right corner) and then select Manage Blogs on the left side of the screen. After you’ve done that, move your cursor over the text in the Dashboard column, and a link will emerge that says: Please keep in mind that this choice only has an impact on the display of your dashboards.
Also, keep in mind that we are unable to conceal the principal location.
↑ Section I: Table of Contents
Filters are located at the top of the My Blogs page. Using these, you may see all of your blogs, only the blogs that are accessible on your Dashboard, or only the blogs that are hidden from your Dashboard. In the following categories, the number of blogs you have of each category is displayed next to each filter: ↑ Section I: Table of Contents
Setting the blog that you use the most frequently as your primary blog makes it easier to access its settings while communicating with other WordPress.com users. ↑ Section I: Table of Contents
By selecting the statistics icon for each blog, you may get the following information: Table of Contents
Post by Email and Voice
By selecting the statistics icon for each blog, you may see the following information:
If you wish to make the same change on many sites at the same time, choose the checkbox next to the name of each site you want to alter: Afterwards, from the Bulk Actions drop-down menu, choose the action that you wish to perform: When you click on theApplybutton, the action will be applied to all of the items that have been checked. ↑ Section I: Table of Contents
Leave a Blog
Alternatively, if you no longer desire to be a Contributor, Author, or Editor of a blog, you can hover your cursor over the URL of the blog you intend to quit and click the Leave Bloglink: Administrators can voluntarily quit a blog if they are not also the blog’s proprietor.
After you have confirmed your decision, the blog will be removed from your list and you will no longer be able to view its content. The following is the table of contents:
Transfer a Blog
In the event that you are the site administrator, you have the ability to transfer entire ownership of a blog (including any upgrades) to another user. TheMoving a Blogpage has a thorough explanation of the Transfer Blogfeature. Section I: Table of Contents
Change a Blog’s Address
Please check the support document on Changing a Blog Address for information on how to modify the address of a blog.
How can I view other people’s blogs I am new to this
- s58241123vd Member I’m having problems accessing other people’s blogs, as stated by the original poster. What is the best way to go about it? 58741123vd Member Please, I require assistance with the original poster. 58748 Please accept my apologies, but I am unable to comprehend what you are asking. Could you perhaps elaborate on what you mean by having difficulty accessing other people’s blogs. 58763 I’m having difficulty reading other people’s blogs. How do you go about it? you’re referring to. You are unable to access other people’s blogs, is this correct? then. It’s possible that this is a private blog.:) Or are you referring to. You’re not sure where to look for other people’s blogs? Then you may search for something like site:*.wordpress.comeg: hl=en q=site percent 3A on Google. BtnG=Google+Search58767 on wordpress.com is an example of this. Alternatively, you may visit the WordPress.com Home page and browse through the top blogs or most recent blog articles, or you can click the Next button in the upper right-hand corner of the screen when browsing a blog. Alternatively, you may view the most recently updated blogs on your dashboard. There are several methods to view blogs. Or are you looking for a certain blog or blogs in general? Which ones, exactly? 58794 AuthorPosts
- Or are you experiencing some type of issue within your browser.
‘How can I access other people’s blogs?’ is the subject of this discussion. New responses are not yet allowed for the topic ‘I am new to this.”
We’ve heard that this search item will become quite popular in the future. While search engines such as Google or Yahoo are excellent for discovering broad information on the internet, there are times when you want to read actual articles from real people, and blogs are an excellent resource for doing so. Even if there are blog search engines, if you search for “kittens,” you’re just as likely to come across an advertisement for a loan to consolidate your debt while working from home. Daily, hundreds of thousands of posts and pages are published by our intelligent and attractive users, bringing WordPress.com’s total number of blogs to close to 3 million.
- We also believe that you guys are producing some of the greatest content on the web, and that there is a natural selection of individuals who are tasteful enough to wind up on WordPress in the first place.
- When searching, results may be organized by relevance, which is our magic secret sauce algorithm that is the default, or by most current, which allows you to get the most up-to-date information on any particular subject.
- For example, ates.search.wordpress.com is a Spanish search engine.
- Those who wish to stay up to date with changes to the search results can simply subscribe to the RSS feed of the results, which is available here (at the bottom of the related tags section).
- I won’t keep you waiting much longer; the system is meant to have new entries in the index in less than 30 minutes, and in many cases, much less.
- Visit this page to see the new search results.
How to Create a Separate Page for Blog Posts in WordPress
Would you like to establish a distinct page in WordPress for each blog post you publish? WordPress defaults to displaying your blog entries on the front page of your website.
In contrast, if you are creating a company website or just want to personalize your homepage, you may choose to create a separate page for your blog area. In this article, we’ll teach you how to establish a separate page for blog posts in WordPress using two different approaches.
Why Display Blog Posts on a Separate Page?
The home page of your WordPress website serves as the front page of your website and is the first page that visitors view when they arrive at your site. WordPress displays your most recent posts on your home page by default, which makes sense if you’re operating a blog, but it can be customized. However, it is not always the best option for small company websites. In order to increase sales conversion, you’ll most likely want a more engaging home page that informs consumers about your company, goods, and services, and provides them with information on how to contact you.
In this article, we’ll show you two different approaches to creating a new page in WordPress to showcase your blog entries.
- Method 1: In WordPress, create a separate page for each blog post you want to publish. Method 2: Using a DragDrop Builder to create a customized page for blog posts
Method 1: Creating Separate Page for Blog Posts in WordPress
Using WordPress alone, you may build a separate page for blog articles without the use of any other plugins. This approach, on the other hand, requires a bit more effort than Method 2, and it does not allow you to simply personalize the blog page once it has been established. Creating a Home Page and a Blog Page for your website To begin, you will need to build two pages in WordPress, one for your home page and another for your blog. You are not required to provide any content to the sites, and you are free to give them whatever name you like.
- Once you have established those pages, you can go to theSettings » Readingpage in the WordPress administration area and change the settings.
- After that, you should scroll down to the bottom and click the ‘Save Changes’ option.
- This is because the Home page and the Blog page are two different pages.
- It is possible that the appearance of these pages will be affected by your WordPress theme, in which case you may choose to modify your theme settings.
- For more information on how to create a navigation menu in WordPress, please see our beginner’s tutorial.
- It’s time to fill in the blanks with information about your company, products, and services, as well as information on how visitors may get in touch with you.
- Method 1 demonstrates how to utilize the block editor to add cover pictures, columns, tables, text and media, galleries, and other elements to your website.
- Customizing the Look and Feel of Your Blog Page If you’re satisfied with the way your blog page appears, then your work is done for the day.
Alternatively, if you want to personalize the design of your blog index, we propose that you utilize Method 2. This is due to the fact that you are unable to personalize the blog page without utilizing code or a plugin at this time.
Method 2: Creating a Customized Page for Blog Posts with a DragDrop Builder
An easy-to-use theme builder plugin allows you to quickly and simply design a custom WordPress theme without having to write any code. The option to build and personalize a separate page for blog articles is included in this feature. SeedProd Theme Builder InstallationFirst, you must install and activate theSeedProdplugin on your WordPress site. For further information, please refer to our step-by-step instructions on how to install a WordPress plugin (included). Businesses, bloggers, and website owners will find SeedProd to be the greatest drag and drop WordPress page builder available.
- To input your plugin license key, navigate to theSeedProd » Settings page after it has been activated.
- Following that, it’s time to start working on a custom WordPress theme.
- The Process of Creating a Custom WordPress Theme In order to begin, you must first navigate to theSeedProd » Theme Builderpage.
- This will replace your old WordPress theme with a brand new, bespoke design created only for you.
- You will be presented with a range of professionally created themes, each of which is tailored to a certain sort of website.
- Upon selecting a theme, SeedProd will produce all of the theme templates, including one for your blog index and another for your home page.
- In this article, we’ll teach you how to alter the layouts for the home page and the blog index page.
See our tutorial on how to simply design a custom WordPress theme for more information on how to accomplish this.
To begin, we’ll look at the Homepage template.
The template file will be opened in the SeedProd theme builder as a result of this.
You can edit any block by clicking on it, move blocks up and down the page with your mouse, and add new blocks to the page as needed.
Check it out here.
Customizing the Look and Feel of Your Blog Page The SeedProd theme builder also gives a plethora of options for customizing the index page of your blog.
The preview window on the right and the toolbar on the left will be the same as before.
For example, if you click on the headline, you will be able to see all of the options for that particular headline.
To return to the toolbar, you’ll need to click on the ‘Blocks’ icon at the bottom of the screen once your work is complete.
It has already been added to the blog index template for you, and it is now showing your content in two columns according to the template you are using.
Alternatively, choose the Posts block and then adjust the ‘Columns’ value to one (1).
Scroll down the Posts block settings page until you reach the toggle switches that allow you to choose whether or not to display the featured picture and title of a particular post.
Additional options for showing various post metadata are available as well.
You can change the date and time of the modification, the author, the date and time of the publication, and the number of comments. You may personalize your blog index further by using the following additional tools and features:
- You may sort the index by post type, category, tag, or author
- You can also search for specific posts. It is possible to vary the order in which the postings are shown
- You have the option of determining how many posts are displayed on a single page. This feature lets you turn the post excerpt on or off and set its duration.
Ensure that you save your blog page when you have completed changing it by clicking on the ‘Save’ button located at the very top of the screen. Then, by clicking on the ‘X’ symbol, you may return to the list of available templates. Enabling the SeedProd theme is a simple process. Following the completion of your customization of the theme templates, you will need to publish your newly created custom theme. To enable the SeedProd theme, just toggle the ‘Enable SeedProd Theme’ option to the “YES” position.
- When you click on the ‘OK’ button, the settings will be updated for you automatically.
- The blog index page on our demonstration website looks like this.
- In addition, you may be interested in learning how to select the best WordPress hosting or reviewing our list of the best live chat software for small businesses.
- On top of that, you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
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- The Editorial Staff at WPBeginner is a group of WordPress specialists, lead by Syed Balkhi, who provides guidance and support.
26 Best WordPress Blogs on the Web
It doesn’t matter what you do with WordPress: whether you’re a company owner or a consultant or a designer or developer, or a content writer or researcher, or something else entirely, there’s a blog out there that’s a perfect fit for the WordPress knowledge you need. Throughout this post, we’ve showcased twenty-six WordPress blogs that cover a wide variety of themes and appeal to a diverse spectrum of consumers. Choose the ones that are most relevant to you and add them to your Feedly account.
(Please keep in mind that the blogs have been arranged in alphabetic order.)
This WordPress-centric blog is largely focused on the WooCommerce platform. If you’re hosting your WooCommerce store on WordPress, the BobWP blog will give you with everything that you need to know. There are how-to instructions and instructional resources, as well as customer service tips and first-hand experiences with digital technologies, among other things. Pay a visit to the website
Page builder evaluations, web hosting comparisons, and ideas for constructing high-performing websites are all included on CatsWhoCode, a plain blog with a straightforward theme. In addition, there are articles on how to break into the field.
This blog is intended for more than just novices. Some articles, for example, cover Vim commands, CSS approaches, and SQL queries, among other topics. The idea is that if you don’t understand any of it, that’s the purpose — it’s for people who speak developer.) Pay a visit to the website
Aside from having a beautiful design, CodeinWP also has a wealth of relevant WordPress knowledge. Furthermore, it contains material that WordPress users will find useful, even if it is not directly related to the process of establishing a website. You may find information on how to speed up your Mac or how to check content for plagiarism, among other things. The How To section at the top of the site has fast connections to fundamentals such as how to create a blog, how to work with WordPress, and how to increase productivity.
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That’s right, it’s the Elegant Themes blog (that’s us!). Content ranges from in-depth how-tos for utilizing Divi (including creator showcases) to WordPress-specific pieces, including pointers for working with the media library, choosing specialized plugins, and WordPress fundamentals like as establishing and maintaining pages (among other things). For your convenience, we also provide tutorials to social media advertising and other business tools because we understand that WordPress isn’t the only aspect of your digital work life.
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Specifically, we’re referring to the Elegant Themes blog (yes, it is our blog!) Content ranges from in-depth how-tos for utilizing Divi (including creator showcases) to WordPress-specific topics, including pointers for working with the media library, choosing specialized plugins, and WordPress fundamentals like as establishing and maintaining pages (to name a few examples). As a reminder, we also provide guides on social media advertising and other business tools since we understand that WordPress isn’t the only element of your digital workday.
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Layout by Flywheel
The fact that Flywheel creates Local, a development environment that allows you to test WordPress sites before actually generating the final site, is a natural fit for the fact that they also have an industry-focused blog called Layout. Choose “WordPress” from the top navigation menu to see a compilation of all of their blog entries that are dedicated to the platform’s blogging platform. Everything from design inspiration and instructional materials to plugin roundups and maintenance recommendations may be found on this site!
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A significant amount of the information on the ManageWP blog is devoted to the topic of WordPress security. You may learn how to defend your website against vulnerabilities, how to manage updates in the most efficient manner, and how to create strong passwords. There are also articles that are focused on your consumers, such as how to sell more of your services and how to design website features that will amaze your clients.
The blog covers issues that aren’t covered as extensively by other blogs, such as automating your website and employing WordPress experts. Pay a visit to the website
If you are unfamiliar with Matt Mullenweg’s name, he is the co-founder and original developer of WordPress (he was just 19 when he began it!). In addition to providing information on changes and improvements to Automattic and WordPress, his website, which is subtitled Unlucky in Cards, also includes his own views on related themes (such as why he doesn’t like Wix), As well as posting on business in general, he does it in a think piece-like manner, which is always intriguing coming from someone who is such a leader in the area, whether or not you agree with his viewpoints.
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As a result of its extensive knowledge on WordPress security, Pagely is an excellent resource for anyone who is serious about learning more about the subject. There are also additional WordPress and website-related articles on the site, such as how to prepare your site for surges in traffic, how to optimize page load speed, and how to choose a better host. The company’s founders occasionally write about their personal past, such as their feelings regarding managed WordPress and their vision for the company’s future.
Post Status covers a wide range of WordPress issues, including upcoming WordPress features and interviews with industry experts on business and WordPress-related themes. Content is given through the blog in a variety of forms – in addition to articles, you can also participate in webinars and listen to the Post Status Excerpt podcast, which provides analysis on industry news. If you’re seeking for work in the WordPress industry, there’s also a section dedicated to job vacancies. Pay a visit to the website
The Smashing Magazine blog is updated almost every day, and pieces cover a wide range of themes, including accessibility, career, privacy, user experience, and more. When looking for WordPress-related information, the search bar located in the top-right corner of the screen is the most convenient method of discovery. Use of GraphQL with WordPress, the creation of a headless website, the operation of numerous websites from a single installation, and the improvement of website code are examples of relevant material.
Sucuri is a website security software company, thus it’s no surprise that their blog is mostly concerned with software-related concerns. Many of their articles are WordPress-specific, though not all of them is, and even the material that is more general will be beneficial for WordPress site owners to be aware of and understand. Pay a visit to the website
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This WordPress-based blog features interviews with industry professionals (all of which can be found under the Community link), information about the latest digital news that may have an impact on your website (such as Google ranking), and tips and tricks for improving your website in a variety of ways. If you prefer to watch rather than read, you may also discover video blog postings on this website. Pay a visit to the website
WooCommerce is a plugin that allows you to create an online store through your WordPress website, and its blog goes above and above to assist you in running a successful business.
The topics covered range from company ideas and marketing recommendations to customer anecdotes and shipping how-tos and everything in between. Even if you are not a user of WooCommerce, their blog has a wealth of useful information for ecommerce store owners. Go to the Website
Wordfence, a WordPress security provider, has a blog that is focused on security information, similar to the blogs of a few other companies on our list. They report about security patches, plugins that have gone awry, and attacks that you should be aware of in order to protect yourself. There are also suggestions that are not related to WordPress, such as how to keep your Mac safe and the most recent skirmishes between rival businesses. Pay a visit to the website
WordPress.org has its own blog, and while you won’t necessarily find many novice how-tos on this site, you will be able to remain up to date on the latest developments in the CMS, as well as the brand. You’ll learn about WordPress upgrades, releases, and proposals, as well as WordPress events, the most recent user statistics, and bug patches. If you consider yourself a self-described WordPress nerd – or if you aspire to be one – don’t miss out on this one. Pay a visit to the website
The title of this blog is a bit of a misnomer, as it goes much beyond simple how-tos for complete beginners. It is possible that the articles will not go into technical jargon that only advanced designers or developers would comprehend. Although it is not comprehensive, its content does provide you with a variety of options to customize your WordPress website in about any way you can imagine. As an example, if you Google practically any WordPress query, WPBeginner will almost always appear in the top search results, regardless of the subject.
The WP Buffs blog has a large number of WordPress entries that are suitable for beginners and intermediates, including how to add Google Analytics to your site, solve HTTP issues, and duplicate website pages. In addition, they provide evaluations and overviews of plugins and website building platforms. There are also separate sections for themes and plugins, as well as a link to their webinar archive if you wish to view them live. Pay a visit to the website
The WPEka blog is intended for those who are new to WordPress. If you’re building a website using WordPress but don’t have much technical knowledge (yet), you should start with this section. Explanations of essential business jargon (like as CRO, which stands for conversion rate optimization) and super-basic how-tos are among the sorts of subjects covered. The suggestions section includes plugins that will assist web designers who do not wish to (or do not know how) manage a large number of backend duties.
When it comes to a WordPress site that you’re just getting started, WPExplorer is a fantastic tool for making sure you don’t miss anything. They write on a variety of topics, including how to choose SEO-friendly themes, how to choose WordPress support services, and how to launch an email marketing campaign.
This is an excellent blog to follow whether you’re just getting started or if you’re looking to extend what was previously a simple, no-frills website. Pay a visit to the website
Users of various skill levels may find lessons on WPKube, including beginners, intermediates, and experienced users. There are also theme roundups for inspiration, plugin evaluations, and how-tos for constructing website parts. They also include data and news regarding WordPress, so if you want to remain up to speed on that particular segment of the web design business, this is an excellent site to subscribe to and read often. Pay a visit to the website
The WPLift blog has a wide range of website and WordPress-related articles, but our favorite portion is the Tips and Tutorials section. It is possible to obtain practical advice on anything from hiring freelancers and integrating Google tools with WordPress to developing specialized websites and micromanaging postings. Don’t forget to check out the WordPress Coupons area of the main website, which has discounts on hosting, plugins, and themes. Pay a visit to the website
When it comes to clean design, you’ll like WP Mayor, a WordPress site that offers freebies, software reviews, and roundups of themes, plugins, and other web-related products. There are other tutorials for tasks such as pricing product variants, developing a bilingual site, and changing the footer portion of a website. Articles on the sector, such as product launches and case studies, are interspersed throughout. Pay a visit to the website
Among the many subjects covered by WPMU DEV are business and website development. The greatest thing is that the bright and colorful blog is adorned with charming, modern graphics that proclaim, “Hey, WordPress isn’t frightening, let’s learn some more about it.” Get design ideas from roundups of video themes and amusing testimonies, among other sources. By comparing and contrasting two services or tools, you can make an informed decision. Additionally, you may obtain mega-guides for doing WordPress musts, such as making your website speedier.
WordPress Tavern is not a how-to blog, as is the case with many of the other blogs on this list. In its place, it serves as a constantly updated repository for WordPress and industry-related information. The blog is highly recommended if you’re a WordPress consultant or if you live and breathe WordPress as the only developer, designer, and all-around-er for your own website. Pay a visit to the website
With the majority of WordPress blogs, you are likely to utilize Yoast to ensure that your search engine optimization (SEO) is up to par. There are frequent postings, mini-guides, and comprehensive instructions to optimizing your site on their blog, which delves deeply into everything SEO. We like this site because the tone is really friendly — you don’t need to be familiar with the technical aspects of WordPress in order to comprehend and use Yoast’s SEO suggestions. Pay a visit to the website
In a collection of over two dozen WordPress blogs that cover a wide range of topics and target audiences, you’re bound to find at least a few of new blogs to follow. Decide on your favorites, and if you discover that your RSS reader or email is becoming crowded with too many overlapping subjects, reduce your subscriptions as necessary.
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How to Find Out Who Owns a WordPress Blog
Someone who writes a blog on WordPress is often interested in sharing his or her ideas with the rest of the world. The majority of the time, he wishes to market himself or his firm, and he enjoys it when as many people as possible are aware of his identity and what he represents. Others may utilize their works to advocate for controversial viewpoints, assess public opinion, or test technological advancements. In some instances, people may choose to remain anonymous. Regardless of the purpose for posting, you may track down the owner of a WordPress blog using a variety of different techniques.
- If this is the case, it should be explicitly indicated within tabs or buttons, or it should be present on every page through a mention in the sidebar.
- Look through the blog to see if you can find a person’s name or email address.
- Make use of the email address to write to the inventor and ask him to provide his or her identification.
- This is the database maintained by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which is the organization in charge of tracking information about website ownership.
- Information pages provide the names, addresses, and phone numbers of the website’s registered, administrative, and technical contacts, as well as the website’s general information.
- In that scenario, WHOIS merely provides information about the controlling company’s contact details.
- You will be required to present a compelling justification for why you require this.
Give as many points of contact as you can, including your physical location (including address and phone number), email address (including domain name), website (including URL), Facebook page name (including URL), landline phone number (including landline number), business address (including business phone number), and cell phone number (including cell phone number).
Execute an Internet search for the blog name, blog URL, blog IP address, email address mentioned in posts, or names referenced in posts to find the blog owner’s website.
Another option is to get in touch with the owner of the website where the WordPress blog was featured in order to see if she can provide you with any information on the blog’s owner.
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16 Excellent WordPress Blogs to Follow Right Now
WordPress is a fantastic platform on which to build websites. Over the years, since its start with only a few lines of code in 2003, it has grown to be utilized on more than 42 percent of all websites on the internet. WordPress is the preferred content management system (CMS) for thousands of individuals, ranging from basic blogs to Fortune 500 corporations. Hundreds of bloggers who have contributed to the growth of the WordPress community are assisting with the support of the software we have come to love.
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The brilliance of these websites is something we want to recognize, therefore we’re presenting some of the WordPress blogs that we read on a daily basis. So, in no particular order, let’s take a look at some of the people that are now making us feel warm and fuzzy inside.
WPBeginner, which advertises itself as a “Beginner’s Guide to WordPress,” is an excellent resource for those who are just getting started with the platform. It was founded by Syed Balkhi in 2009 and has since grown to be quite popular. Its primary purpose is to assist newbie WordPress users in improving their websites through the provision of high-quality tips, hacks, and tutorials.Host your website with Pressidium60-DAYMONEY BACK GUARANTEESSee OUR PLANS
2. WP Mayor
WP Mayor, which was founded in 2010 by Jean Galea and eventually expanded to include his wife Alyona and cousin Mark, is a resource for information on WordPress themes, plugins, and service reviews.
The site is updated several times per week and is well-known among those who work in the WordPress community. During our debut, we were lucky enough to be featured on WP Mayor, which was a great honor. Why not go on over to the site and read it for yourself?
3. WP Tavern
Those who are more interested in keeping up with the newest WordPress news and developments might visit WordPress Tavern, which is a website dedicated to doing just that. Every day, their tiny staff of contributing authors will fill your feeds with all you need to know about anything and everything. Whether you’re looking for BuddyPress or blogging, plugins, polls, or themes, you’ll never be short of options for a fast WordPress fix here.
The Yoast SEOBlog, which comes from the developers of the renowned WordPress SEO plugin, is jam-packed with excellent information to assist you in optimizing your site for search engines. Despite the fact that the articles are mostly focused on SEO, there is still a lot of useful information to be gained from them – particularly if you are a user of the plugin.
5. WPMU Dev Blog
TheWPMU team, which specializes in high-quality WordPress themes and plugins, also maintains an amazing blog that is packed with extensive and in-depth information. In their archives, they have around 4000 articles covering WordPress, multisite, BuddyPress, tutorials, and the greater community, and if that wasn’t enough, they continue to contribute to that collection on an almost daily basis.
6. ManageWP Blog
By itself, ManageWPis a fantastic resource for WordPress administrators. Known as the “Ultimate WordPress Dashboard,” it allows users to manage numerous WordPress installations from a single location, according to the developers. Their blog, on the other hand, is a treasure trove of knowledge, with 68 pages of news, opinion articles, and development material. In a similar vein, ManageWP.org, the team’s method of giving back to the community, is an inexhaustible supply of WordPress-related information.
7. WP Shout
WordPress developers will discover WPShout to be their go-to resource for all things WordPress. They produce weekly in-depth WordPress lessons, which are piloted by Fred Meyer and David Hayes, both of whom are WordPress Developers and contributors. They also compile articles from other sources in the WordPress community on a daily basis, so if you can’t wait a whole week, you’ll have enough to read in the meantime.
WPLift keeps the WordPress community informed and up to date by publishing articles that are viewed by hundreds of thousands of WordPress users every month. A site for theme roundups, plugin recommendations, and news, it has now expanded to include a theme and plugin directory, as well as coupon coupons, hosting evaluations, and suggested tools.
In its most basic form, WPExplorer is a website dedicated to WordPress themes and plugins, with vast directories containing both their own and other developers’ products.
But their blog is as substantial, garnering hundreds of shares across social media platforms on a regular basis. The blog covers a wide range of topics, including WordPress news, hosting, and security, as well as tips, reviews, search engine optimization, and tutorials.
10. Elegant Themes Blog
Elegant Themes are well-known for their meticulously constructed WordPress themes, and for good reason. Divi, for example, is one of their most popular themes, and the Monarch social plugin, which is similarly stunning, is another. The same way, their blog goes into great depth on how WordPress users can get the most out of their websites, it also covers popular topics such as typography, design, and style advice.
11. WP Solver
WP Solver, formerly known as WP Jedi, is a WordPress development tool that takes a practical approach to programming with WordPress. It is their goal to assist its readers in creating extremely advanced websites by utilizing what is currently available on the market. They accomplish this through daily lessons, theme reviews, plugin evaluations, and other resources.
It advertises itself as “the ultimate website story,” in which it provides simple website lessons and tips to assist you in creating a successful website from scratch. In addition to information that might be of interest to more experienced WordPress users, there is a plethora of excellent WordPress content that is targeted specifically towards novices. Furthermore, it has a beautiful design and is quite user-friendly in terms of navigation as well!
14. Smashing Magazine
Smashing Magazine, which has information that is similar to SitePoint, is another resource for professional web designers and developers. In addition to covering many of the same themes, it also includes inspiring articles, typography, Photoshop and freebies for visitors to use. Their WordPress area has articles on the topics of constructing clean, smart, and quick websites, with information that is suitable for readers with intermediate computer skills.
T+by Envato is one of those websites that doesn’t require much of an introduction to be effective. Tuts+ has grown from its humble beginnings in 2007 to become an intuitive learning environment for freelancers working online. Putting a focus on self-directed learning, it’s section on WordPress Code Tutorials is both comprehensive, helpful, and up to date in its approach.
16. WP Kube
Last but not least, there’s WPKube, a WordPress site that focuses on tutorials, how- to’s, themes, plugins, hosting, news, and a whole lot more. It was founded by Devesh Sharma and has developed rapidly over the years, attracting some of the top authors on the subject of WordPress from throughout the internet community.
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As a result, we’re confident that a large number of you are asking why your favorite WordPress site did not make our list. The fact is that the community is so huge, and there is so much skill, that it would be difficult to include everyone in a post of reasonable length. There are a plethora of other websites that we enjoy and respect, so this is by no means an entire list. We do, however, urge you to share your favorites in the comments section so that we may all benefit from the wide range of options available in the community.
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45 Amazing WordPress Blogs You Should Follow
Want to learn from the best WordPress blogs? Check out the list below. As a WordPress lover, you want to be up to date on the newest developments in the WordPress and, to a lesser degree, web development communities. You’re interested in hearing what the who’s who of WordPress has to say at any given time. You want to be one step ahead of the competition; keep up with the newest WordPress news, strategies, hacks, themes, plugins, and other related information. And what better way to keep informed and up to date than to read WordPress blogs?
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Visit the WPExplorer Blog and follow them on Twitter @WPExplorer Although I may be a little prejudiced in this case, the reality remains that WPExplorer is without a doubt one of the greatest WordPress blogs available today. I mean, there’s simply so much you can learn about WordPress on this site. Are you curious about what’s on the menu? WPExplorer is a resource you should bookmark right now since it has everything you need, from extensive lessons to theme and plugin reviews to suggestions and amazing how-to instructions.
2. Elegant Themes
Visit the Elegant Themes blog and follow them on Twitter at @elegantthemes. Elegant Themes’ blog is a fantastic resource for WordPress tips, tutorials, and news about their latest WordPress themes and plugins, among other things. In addition to Kevin Muldoon, Brenda Barron and Jacqueline Thomas, the blog covers other well-known WordPress bloggers such as Kevin Muldoon.
3. Chris Lema
Visit Chris Lema’s blog and follow him on Twitter at @chrislema In order to use WordPress effectively, you must be familiar with Chris Lema, a well-known WordPress blogger who has been hired by companies such as WooThemes, iThemes, Reaktiv, WP101, and others to advise them on best practices. He writes about a variety of WordPress-related subjects, including eCommerce, freelancing, memberships, e-learning, and presentations, among others.
4. WP Setup
VISIT WPSETUPFOLLOW @wp setup for further information Are you looking for instructions on how to install WordPress?
Making a decision on a hosting plan? Or is there something else? WP Setup has a large number of excellent articles covering a wide variety of subjects that are beneficial to any new WordPress user who is setting up their site.
Pay a visit to the wplift BlogFollow @wplift for the latest updates. WPLift is a collection of WordPress instructions, tutorials, and tips written by some of the most talented WordPress writers in the world. They also have some fantastic offers to offer as well. This, along with an emphasis on entry-level users, makes WPLift a fantastic site to follow if you want to learn more about WordPress.
Visit WinningWPFollow @WinningWPFollow @WinningWP WinningWP is run by Brin Wilson and is a fantastic resource for anybody interested in WordPress. Review some of the newest WordPress themes, check out some plugin reviews, and pick up some new skills with useful tutorials and guides.
7. WP Tavern
Visit the wptavern and follow them on Twitter @wptavern In 2009, WP Tavern was founded by Jeff Chandler and offers the latest WordPress news, hacks, theme and plugin announcements, and other related content. Jeff Chandler and Sarah Gooding are in charge of the blog’s administration. The blog is updated on a daily basis with the most recent news about WordPress.
Visit the WPEka Blog and follow them on Twitter at @wpekadotcom. I’m not sure how they came up with the name, but it’s one that grows on you after a few minutes of exposure. This site is included on this list not just because of its name, but also because it produces excellent opinion pieces, theme and plugin evaluations as well as in-depth tutorials several times a week.
Visit WPKubeFollow @wpkube for more information. “.deliver excellent WordPress themes, plugins, tutorials, news, and changes.”, as stated by Devesh Sharma when he established WPKube in June 2014. Dev, a well-established webmaster in his own right, has done an excellent job with WPKube. Every two days, he posts a new post on his blog. Famous WordPress bloggers such as Joe, Ashley, and Sourav Kundu are among those who have contributed to WPKube.
10. WPMU DEV Blog
Visit the wpmudev blog and follow them on Twitter at @wpmudev. Because of its new look, over 360K members, and a blog section that contains some of the greatest WordPress tutorials, tips, and advice available anywhere, WPMU DEV is the go-to WordPress resource for many users — whether they are experienced or not – on the internet. WordPress, WordPress Multisite, BuddyPress, and other topics related to the WordPress community are covered on the blog on a regular basis.
Go to the bobWP BlogPodcast and follow @bobWP on Twitter. Whether you’re a newbie or an experienced WordPress user, Bob Dunn can always teach you something new. If he hits the stage, you best pay attention since he is a major celebrity. You may also listen to his podcast for even more WordPress-related information.
12. ManageWP Blog
Become a follower of @managewpManageWP is a WordPress management tool that allows you to manage numerous WordPress sites from a single dashboard, saving you a significant amount of time and effort. I’m not trying to mislead you; in fact, it’s quite convenient, especially if you have difficulty managing your websites.
The ManageWP blog, which includes contributions from top-tier authors and developers such as Vladimir Prelovac, Charnita Fance, and Brenda Barron, among others, provides tutorials, tips, reviews, opinions, news, business advice, themes, and plugins, among other things.
13. WP Mayor
Visit wpmayor.com and follow @wpmayor on Twitter. If you’re seeking for the trendiest and most up-to-date WordPress news, articles, hacks, and plugin reviews, to name a few topics, you’ll want to add WP Mayor to your list of recommended readings. For example, right now. President and Mrs. Jean Galea, with assistance from Mark Zahra, who happens to be Galea’s cousin, keep WP Mayor in good condition. This family-owned firm has a few of authors from a variety of backgrounds, giving the work a worldwide (multi-cultural) feel and feel.
Visit wpbeginnerFollow @wpbeginner for more information. With over 130K WordPress users, WPBeginner is the go-to resource for anyone who wants to learn how to use WordPress. Please do not misunderstand me; even if you are an experienced WordPress user, you may still benefit from WPBeginner’s resources. After all, learning continues throughout one’s lifetime.
Visit the CODEinWP blog and follow them on Twitter at @codeinwp. The CodeinWP site, which features the likes of Daniel Pataki, Tom Ewer (I promise, he hasn’t compensated me for these mentions), Adelina Tuca, and Karol K as himself, is a well-managed compilation of the greatest WordPress tutorials, techniques, and tips. The postings on CodeinWP are excellent, and you will not want to miss any of them!
17. WP Superstars
Rather than being a blog, WP Superstars is more of a review site. Regardless, they consistently provide excellent WordPress tutorials and pieces that are beneficial to both beginners and experts. Consequently, you not only receive excellent evaluations of your favorite WordPress goods (such as themes, plugins, and hosting), but you also receive well-researched pieces to help you learn everything you can about WordPress.
Visit ThemeShaperFollow @ThemeShaper for more information. Who is the mastermind behind the ThemeShaper WordPress site, which is simply too fantastic to ignore? Among those who have contributed to this work are Ian Stewart, Caroline Moore, Daniel Robert, and twelve (12) additional WordPress aficionados who are passionate about WordPress themes. A massive library of WordPress news, tips, inspiration, techniques, snippets and in-depth tutorials can be found in the blog part of the website.
Visit tOrgue Magazine for more information. Follow @TheTorquemag on Twitter. Torque is a WordPress news and updates website brought to you by the same people that brought you WPEngine, the managed WordPress hosting provider of choice for many. Torque is all about the latest news, updates, and events in the world of WordPress.
Additionally, they offer sections for business, community, and development that help to make the blog more comprehensive. Experts such as Shaun Quarton, John Stewart, and Josh Pollock, among others, contribute to the creation of the content.
Visit tUts+ for WordPress help and follow them on Twitter @TutsPlus. When writing a piece on the greatest WordPress blogs to follow, we couldn’t possibly leave out Tuts+, an exceptional resource that is suited for both beginners and advanced WordPress users. If you’ll indulge me, I’ve looked for inspiration on Tuts+ a couple of countless times in the past, and I’ve never been disappointed.
21. Cats Who Code
Pay a visit to Cats Who Code. Follow @catswhocode on Twitter. Cats Who Code is a blog created by Jean, a thirty-something year old blogger from in Belgium who has over 17k followers on Instagram. A massive collection of great WordPress tips, hacks, and code lessons can be found on this site. Jean’s work has appeared on a number of well-known websites, including Smashing Magazine, WPHacks, and Pro Blog Design, among others.
22. WP Arena
For further information, please see Cats Who Code. Follow @catswhocode for the latest information. Cats Who Code is a blog created by Jean, a thirty-something year old blogger from in Belgium who has over 17k followers on Twitter. WordPress tips, hacks, and code courses are all available in this massive database. Many notable sites, including Smashing Magazine, WPHacks, and Pro Blog Design have showcased Jean’s work.
Visit the Elementor Blog and follow them on Twitter at @elemntor. You’ve almost certainly heard of Elementor, which is the greatest free page builder plugin available for WordPress. However, did you realize that they also have a blog? They do, and it’s chock-full of fantastic suggestions on how to develop a better website with the aid of Elementor, as well as inspiration and web design roundups, freelancer interviews, and other useful information and resources.
Visit 1stWebDesignerFollow @1stwebdesigner1st for more information. WebDesigner was one of the first (no pun intended) WordPress blogs to inspire our founders to establish WPExplorer, thus it was only logical that they should be featured in our list of the best WordPress blogs. The site has hundreds of useful items, including web design advice, cheatsheets, free resources (themes, photoshop tools, and more), best of lists, and more. It’s a must-read for every web designer, not just those who use WordPress.
Visit WoorkupFollow @mywoorkup for more information. Running under the direction of Brian Jackson (a professional WordPress and SEO expert), Woorkup is unquestionably a valuable WordPress resource. Please take the time to read Brian’s blog if you have any questions regarding a plugin or are searching for some inspiration. As a result of his own personal experiences, he also provides freelancing suggestions for operating a business, as well as a toolbox of suggested items to assist you with getting started in the industry.
Visit WPShoutFollow @WPShout for more information. In addition to weekly lessons, resource suggestions, development tips, security advice, and other fantastic stuff, WPShout is maintained by Fred Meyer and David Hayes who work together to continuously put out awesome content.
If you want to know what they’re working on each week, make sure to follow them on Twitter for frequent updates.
Visit WPShoutFollow @WPShout for the latest news and information. WPShout is headed by Fred Meyer and David Hayes, and they are responsible for regularly pumping out fantastic material like as weekly lessons, resource suggestions, development advice, security instructions, and other helpful information. If you want to know what they’re working on each week, be sure you follow them on Twitter!
Visit WPShoutFollow @WPShout for the latest updates. In addition to weekly lessons, resource suggestions, development advice, security guides, and other fantastic stuff, WPShout is administered by Fred Meyer and David Hayes. If you want to know what they’re working on each week, be sure to follow them on twitter for frequent updates.
Visit NarrowemFollow them on Twitter @narrowthem Narrowem is well-known for their in-depth theme and plugin evaluations and guidelines, which they provide on a regular basis. Visiting their blog will allow you to see whether you can compare the features and functionality of two themes (or plugins), which will help you make your decision. Alternatively, have a peek at their case studies to gain inspiration from real-world web design examples.
Visit the Cloudways Blog and follow them on Twitter at @Cloudways. Cloudways is a fantastic managed cloud hosting provider, but they also have a fantastic blog that you should check out. They are not exclusively focused on WordPress but they do include theme evaluations, website setup guidelines, and loads of business suggestions (for GDPR, design, e-commerce, and so on) that you will want to add to your reading list regardless of whether they are specifically focused on WordPress.
31. Yoast SEO
Visit Yoast SEOFollow @yoast for more information. When it comes to search engine optimization, we couldn’t leave out Yoast SEO, therefore we included them in our list of the top plugins. Follow their blog for the most up-to-date WordPress SEO methods, onsite SEO ideas, social media recommendations, and plugin updates (because, if you aren’t already, you should be using their SEO plugin).
32. Carrie Dils
Visit Carrie Dils’ blog and follow her on Twitter (@cdils). She is a WordPress specialist, and her blogs are always a delight to read since she is so knowledgeable. You’re almost certainly going to learn something new — whether it’s about WordPress, Genesis, WooCommerce, or something else. Also, don’t forget to follow her on Twitter. She updates her status frequently, and depending on the day, her tweets may be downright amusing.
Visit the Envato Blog and follow them on Twitter at @envato. When you think of Envato, you most likely think of premium themes, plugins, pictures, and other digital assets. However, in the recent year, Envato has significantly improved their blog. Their site, which shares tips and roundups for just about every area, is a terrific resource for freelancers working on client work as well as DIYers seeking for a little help or inspiration.
34. Media Temple
Visit the Media Temple Blog and follow them on Twitter at @mediatemple.
Media Temple is another another fantastic host with an equally fantastic blog to complement their services. Pay frequent visits to learn about subjects ranging from customer spotlights to hosting optimization advice, image editors to WordPress tutorials and everything in between.
35. Anariel Design
Pay a visit to Anariel Design Follow Ana Segota on Twitter: @Ana Segota Anariel Design is owned and operated by the incredible developer Ana Segota. Keep an eye on her site to read in-depth WordPress interviews, to follow along with useful tutorials (and videos guides), to discover new SEO tactics, and to do much more. She also has some stunning premium themes available that you won’t want to miss out on.
CALL US TOLL-FREE AT 877-TEMP-MONSTERFollow @templatemonsterTemplateMonster is a massive marketplace with thousands of wonderful themes and templates to select from, and their blog MonsterPost gives thousands of informative articles (plus free ebooks and themes to boot). Improve your design abilities, learn about simple website content improvements, choose the best hosting option for your needs, and more!
Visit WordPress News and follow @WordPress on Twitter. Of course, we couldn’t leave out WordPress’s official news blog from this list. Keep up to date with the latest WordPress core updates, feature upgrades, community events, and developer-related announcements.
Visit WPBlogFollow @wpblogdottcom for more information. You may get information about WordPress trends on the WPBlog, as well as study products before making a purchase on this all-purpose WordPress site. It’s a wonderful site to add to your reading list because it contains WordPress-related advice, tutorials, and reviews.
39. The WP Chick
Follow Kim Doyal on Twitter at @kimdoyal. Kim Doyal is a WordPress expert who publishes a wealth of information on her WP Chick blog (though she also has a podcast you should definitely checkout). She provides excellent advice on how to operate your WordPress-based blog or company more effectively.
40. Rich Tabor Blog
Read More on Rich Tabor’s BlogFollow him on Twitter: @richard taborRich is a fantastic WordPress developer (you may have seen his work over at ThemeBeans), and he also maintains a personal blog. In addition to hundreds of Gutenberg instructions, WordCamp highlights, and tons of WordPress suggestions, it’s also a terrific place to start.
WPLeaders is on Facebook and Twitter (@thewpleaders). WPLeaders describes themselves as a “hub of WordPress information,” and we have to agree with them. WPLeaders, which was founded by Istiak Rayhan, is unquestionably another excellent resource of WordPress collections to add to your favorites. Whatever you’re searching for — whether it’s a Click to Tweet plugin, Gutenberg-compatible themes, or even influencers to follow – you’ll find everything on this page.
Visit the WPBuffs blog and follow them on Twitter at @THEWPBUFFS. The WPBuffs are a group that you’ve undoubtedly heard of before. They provide on-demand assistance with a wide range of WordPress modifications, security, and upgrades, among other things. Nonetheless, you may not be aware that they also offer an extensive collection of useful materials on their site, including webinars, tutorials, reviews, and roundups.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT COLLECTIVE RAYFOLLOW @CollectiveRay Looking for WordPress advice with a dash of Joomla thrown in for good measure? Please see David Attard’s blog on CollectiveRay for further information.
After more than 12 years in the web design industry, he has created this forum to share his skills with other website owners. CollectiveRay is a website that provides instructions, hosting evaluations, and online design suggestions for WordPress and other content management systems.
Go to WebCreate.me for more information. Follow @webcreatemeWith a focus on small companies, WebCreate.Me is a terrific resource for keeping your WordPress website up and operating efficiently. Follow @webcreateme Learn about copywriting, social media sharing, scheduling, email marketing, and other aspects of marketing. Are you looking to have a custom WordPress website built for you? Alternatively, how about an SEO consultation? They can also help you with that — all you have to do is ask for a quote.
The Fame bySyed Sazzadul Barii is a WordPress-based publication that shares useful information about WordPress, such as WP Tutorials, WP News, WP Reviews, and WordPress TipsTricks, in order to provide value to WordPress users. The Fame bySyed Sazzadul Barii is a WordPress-based publication that shares helpful information about WordPress, such as WP Tutorials, WP News, WP Reviews, and WP TipsTricks in order to provide value to WordPress users. There is always something new to learn from WPFame, regardless of whether you are a beginner or a seasoned WordPress user.
Lastly, but certainly not least, you might want to pay a visit to Matt Mullenweg’s personal blog, which can be found at Ma.tt. On his blog, he regularly shares WordPress thoughts, business-related articles, interviews, Automattic news, and reports on events like as WordCamps and Meetups throughout the world.
Over to You…
WordPress is growing at an exponential rate every day. Developers are continuing to contribute code and add new features to the platform, pushing it further and farther beyond the boundaries of imagination. It is currently more powerful than it has ever been, and we can only anticipate this tendency to continue. If you follow your favorite blogs or make personal contributions to the WordPress project, you can remain on top of any changes, news, and updates that occur in the WordPress world. With this carefully curated list of WordPress blogs, you should have no trouble finding anything that suits your needs.
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